Education for tomorrow
At Southwestern, we highly value getting to know each student. Professors often work side-by-side with students, providing guidance and mentorship that extends well beyond the classroom. Your site experience should be no different. Here are a few links to get you started on your way.
To receive these links, and be notified of all things Southwestern, fill out the form below and click send.
Design presentation on research and designs.more information
Sunoikisis, the national Classics collaborative program that Southwestern helped to establish, has a its home with Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies.more information
travels the world as the CFO of Team Astana, having earned his accounting degree from Southwestern. Sponsored by a conglomerate of companies hailing from Astana, the capital of cycling enthused Kazakhstan, the Team has 29 riders from 14 countries and is a member of cycling’s elite UCI ProTour.more information
served as an Assistant Language Teacher for the JET Programme in Japan, teaching English to Japanese students.more information
interned with the Alliance for International Educational and Cultural Exchange in Washington, DC.more information
Visit our community of tomorrow’s leaders & innovators.Learn more
Students research, present and publish alongside faculty.Learn more
Train your mind for original thinking and start building a brilliant career.Learn more
“Southwestern is a place and time of personal growth and joint endeavor. The first moment I walked onto this campus as a prospective student, I knew Southwestern was home. It was so real, so genuine.”
Explore the stories of these alumni who have shown passion and success in their field and who are making an impact on the worldwide community. As a Southwestern undergraduate, you can join the alumni network mentoring program for support in your academic journey.
I take a different approach to storytelling, and I wouldn’t be where I am today if it weren’t for the critical thinking skills I learned at Southwestern.” - Chelsey Clammer ’05