The Intersections program is designed for highly talented and self-motivated students who want to explore big ideas through an approach to learning that emphasizes the value of "intersections"—of people, cultures, approaches, and methods—as part of their liberal arts study.
Entering students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in high school will be invited to participate in the Scholars Colloquium in the fall semester of their first year. Other students may be nominated by a Luther faculty member to participate in the spring.
First-year students interested in exploring the full Intersections curriculum also may enroll in a specially designed first-year seminar, Intersections 185: Great Debates, without application.
Beyond the first-year courses, students must apply to participate in the Intersections program. Students who have successfully completed a first-year Intersections course may apply simply by sending their name, expression of interest, and student ID number to the Director of College Honors (at [email protected]). Other students may apply using the following process: