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Wesleyan Journey

Service Experiences

Take the course of a lifetime.

2018-19 Journeys

Learn, lead and serve through the Wesleyan Journey. These courses are intentional and meaningful service experiences that connect KWU students with new cultures and make a positive impact in the lives of others.

Fall Break

Costa Rica ι "Coyote Connections: From Classroom to Community — Cross-Cultural Learning and Serving in Costa Rica"

Enrollment Deadiine: July 15, 2018

Spring Break

Key Largo, FL ι "Experiential Service Learning: Dogs to Dolphins — Animal Learning for Service, Study and Sustainability"

Enrollment Deadline: Dec. 15, 2018

May 2019

Ireland ι "Ireland Through the Ages: A Visual Journey"

Costa Rica ι "Communication Through Music"

Washington, D.C. ι "Prejudice vs. Tolerance: Learning and Applying the Lessons of the Holocaust"

Enrollment Deadline: Dec. 15, 2018

Full Course Descriptions

“My journey helped me learn patience and trust, and how to relax and be thankful for what I have. It was the best experience of my life.”

- Brittany Clancy

How do I register for an upcoming Wesleyan Journey?

Register for Wesleyan Journey courses through MyKWU and navigate to Current Students > Wesleyan Journey Enrollment Application.

How do I get more information?

Contact Dr. Meredith Trexler Drees in the Center for Global Service Learning (third floor of Pioneer Hall) at (785) 833-4368. You can also find answers to common questions under Wesleyan Journey Q&A.


Discover the Power of

Experience the world AND impact the lives of others through Wesleyan Journey courses.

Go beyond the classroom. 

Imagine earning academic credit for spending Fall Break in the rainforests of Costa Rica, exploring the shores of the Florida Keys or visiting some of the oldest cities in Germany. Wesleyan Journey courses combine learning with life-changing service experiences.

Find out if you qualify for a Wesleyan Journey, at no cost, or explore what courses are being offered next semester. 

For more information, contact Dr. Meredith (Trexler) Drees, director of Experiential Learning.