American College of Norway in the Arctic!

The American College of Norway has organized a travel course to Svalbard the past two years and this year was no exception. With great interest and tremendous success the past two trips, another Arctic expedition was planned! This year, 16 students spent an unforgettable week exploring Norway’s northernmost territory with Dr. John Ross. Current ACN student and intern, Monique Østbye reflects on the unforgettable trip in our latest blog post.

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Academic Calendar 2018/2019

Check out important dates for the upcoming school year.

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Course Descriptions for Fall 2018

Course descriptions for Fall 2018 are now available! Here you can read about the courses that ACN will be offering for the upcoming semester. We look forward to welcoming a new group of students to ACN this August!

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London Calling – A Student Perspective from the London and the Arts Travel Course

ACN student and travel course participant, Song, reflects back on his art journey to London. From classical art at the National Gallery to touring Shakespeare’s Globe and seeing Kinky Boots live on the West End, art can be found around every corner in London. Read more in depth about Song’s transformative and enlightening experience in London.

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London and the Arts Travel Course

This past Easter break, the American College of Norway ventured to London for an arts travel course led by visiting faculty, Dr. Tami Carmichael from the University of North Dakota. On their tour of London, the students took in art of various forms around every corner of London. Thank you, Dr. Carmichael for leading such a successful travel course filled with tons of art, lots of laughs and new friendships! Where should we have faculty led travel courses next school year?!

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We Are Family – A Visiting Faculty Perspective

What is it like teaching abroad at the American College of Norway? Fall 2017 faculty member from the University of North Dakota, Ashleah Wimberly shares great insight into what it’s like to be a visiting faculty member at ACN. Ashleah also opens up about her transformation not only as a teacher, but as a now global citizen in this reflective blog piece.

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