To receive Experiential Learning credit for your work in courses and activities, please register with the Center for Experiential Learning. Your registration will not involve awarding credits (other than those awarded for courses) but will record and track your completion of experiential learning.

Types of Experiential Learning 

Some forms of experiential learning are through courses in the Carlow COMPASS and your major. These are:

  • Research
  • Internships
  • Service Learning

To explore Carlow courses that offer experiential learning, click here

Other forms of experiential learning are not affiliated with courses.

Please note: if you are involved in one of these activities, please register your experiential learning through our Experiential Learning Registration Form (coming soon)

  • Peer tutoring in the CAA or Hopkins Lab
  • Officer positions in student clubs or organizations
  • Membership in SGA
  • Leadership experiences in community clubs and organizations
  • Leadership experiences in on or off-campus non-profit and service organizations
  • Leadership roles in religious or faith-based organizations and communities
Study Abroad/Away

Carlow University students have many opportunities to study abroad in countries around the world for a full academic year, a semester, a summer, or spring break. To explore these opportunities, check out the Carlow University Study Abroad page.

Carlow University students also have opportunities to study away (within the United States) through service trips to areas that are culturally distinct from our region, working with diverse populations, or studying at other universities.

Other Internships and Professional Work Experiences

Students are encouraged to begin working with the Office of Career Development early in their academic careers. This office can connect students with external businesses and organizations to gain professional work experience through internships.