“SMC is what college is supposed to be about—learning about lots of things and being able to pursue lots of interests,” is how Karol Cyrklaff ’13 (women’s studies) described his decision to join the program.
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News and Events
SMC student field trip to "Grow A Row" farm to glean apples for local food pantries.
The popular board game lunch is back! Join Professor Ziad Munson every Monday from 11:30 - 12:30 in the SMC room (Maginnes 104). Pizza and drinks provided. Ziad will provide a selection of different games that can be played in an hour or so. You are also welcome to bring others, if you'd like.
For those who haven't joined us before, each week Ziad brings a stack of possible games to play and we decide together what to try. No experience is necessary-- he teaches each game before you begin. The goal is no more than to relax a little, chat, and have some fun. All are welcome but RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can be sure to have enough pizza!
Interested in student-driven learning? Learn about the unique learning opportunities available to you in the South Mountain College program. Dedicated to the exploration of ideas across disciplines, SMC gives you an alternative way of fulfilling your College of Arts and Sciences distribution requirements, while still completing a regular College of Arts and Sciences major. Current SMC students and faculty will be on hand to answer your questions.
This event meets the 5 x 10 requirement for Collaborative Connections
Refreshments will be served.
The annual retreat brings students, faculty, and staff together to begin thoughtful conversations about the upcoming year. This year's retreat begins with a welcome lunch on Tuesday, August 19 at noon in Maginnes 104.
Monday, April 21 from 1 - 4 pm
Final presentations by SMC students investigating "Choices and Consequences." In this hands-on presentation, participants will be able to design their own Lehigh experience by playing a computer model of your first year designed to guide you through your own decisions and the resulting consequences of those choices.