CU in D.C. is a program for students who want to put classroom learning into real world action....
The Farrand Residential Academic Program (RAP) focuses on the study of the humanities within the larger frame of culture and society. All residents of Farrand Hall, the most coveted residential hall on the campus owing to its beautiful location, participate in the RAP.
Farrand RAP offers small seminar-size courses (15-20 students) that fulfill every area of the lower-division Arts and Science core curriculum. Students may choose from among dozens of popular arts and sciences core courses offered by our award-winning faculty.
Farrand creates a lively academic and living community, because:
To apply for the program, select “Farrand” on the program/building preference section of the housing application. There is $850 non-refundable fee per academic year in addition to normal room-and-board charges. Fee is subject to change