Frequently Asked Questions


What opportunities will I have to practice my language outside of the classroom?

All language departments offer a variety of extra-curricular activities, including language tables, film screenings and special events. Parish House is a dorm open to upper class students interested in practicing their languages and participating in international programming. Each year, Carleton hosts 6-7 “language associates,” native speakers of various languages who live in Parish House, coordinate extra-curricular activities and assist the language faculty.

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