The Eco League connects Prescott College with a consortium of six, small liberal arts institutions that all share similar missions and value systems based on environmental stewardship, social change, and educating students to build a sustainable future.
|Prescott College students rafting in the Southwest|
The Eco League allows students to spend up to two nonconsecutive semesters of study at any of the five colleges, or in any of the international exchange programs offered by an Eco League college. The awesome part of this trade-off is that students can participate in Eco League without having to transfer out of their home school and into their exchange school. This means that students get to continue paying tuition to their home college! Lucky for us, Prescott College tuition is on the low-end of the other Eco League schools. Plus, we have great, sunny weather!
Besides Prescott College, the Eco League consists of:
College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine
Northland College in Ashland, Wisconsin
Alaska Pacific University in Anchorage, Alaska
Green Mountain College in Poultney, Vermont
& the newest edition, Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania
Each of the six schools feature different academic strengths and tons of opportunities to travel abroad in short-term or semester-long study programs.
|College of the Atlantic students on a day-trip in Maine|