Learning Opportunities

Internships, foreign study, off-campus study, and other special opportunities are available to qualified students. The student's academic record and objectives will be taken into account in considering the proposed program, which must be approved in advance by the Committee on Academic Procedure.


Through a cooperative agreement between Wilson College and Shippensburg University, qualified full-time students may schedule courses at each other's campuses, on a space-available basis. The course credit, along with the grade earned, appears as regular credit, not as transfer credit, on the student's official record. Students register and pay tuition at the college at which they have matriculated. Most course offerings at each college are open to those students at the other college who have the necessary prerequisites. However, students may not schedule at the alternate college a course available on their own campus. A student's course load, including the course(s) scheduled at the other college, should not exceed the maximum load for the home college.