Quick Facts

In addition to the hundreds of students involved in internships or study abroad in January 2014:

  • 610 students enrolled in more than 32 different first-year seminars
  • 142 students participated in individualized study for credit—in directed study, research with a faculty member, or self-designed projects
  • 51 students engaged in campus-based experiential courses
  • 130 students did supervised clinical experience for credit for their majors in pre-professional programs
  • over 100 students participated in an internship for academic credit, allowing them to gain experience in their field or explore their direction
  • 57 students took part in domestic study away courses designed by Luther faculty—in Hawaii, the Cascade mountains of Washington, and the Minnesota Boundary Waters
  • 729 students enrolled in more traditional courses on campus, designed to engage students in actively exploring something new