Nottingham Year

Luther's Nottingham Program, which will be in its 46th year in 2017-2018, offers the rich opportunity to spend an academic year in England and study at the University of Nottingham. During this program, students live together, take courses together, and participate in a community service project of their choosing. To learn more about the program, visit the Nottingham Year website.

The beautiful Wollaton Hall was built in 1588 to welcome Queen Elizabeth I to Nottingham. Unfortunately, the queen never came and the hall eventually fell into public hands!

Into the Depths

Join me as I talk about Wollaton Hall and volunteering in the Nottingham program!

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Me in a little coffee shop!

Exploring A City By Train

Let me all tell you a story about a recent trip I took to Sleaford, United Kingdom. This trip was part of one of our house courses to make us more of “independent travelers.” We purchased our own tickets, found our own way to the train stations, and created our own itenaries in a strange place.

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