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Center for World Languages Celebrates 30 Years

In the 30 years since its founding, the Five College Center for World Languages has taught 60 less-commonly taught languages to more than 5,000 students from all five campuses. Utilizing a proven supervised independent study model and native-speaking conversation partners, the Language Center helps students direct their own learning and develop cultural competence, preparing them for study, research, and employment around the world—all while earning course credit.

Campus Pandemic Updates

Each of our campuses is open to students, faculty members and staff from our other campuses. Click on the campus links for detailed pandemic information for each campus, or click on the link at the bottom for an overview of campus policies.

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Racial Equity & Justice

A core element of the mission of Five Colleges, Incorporated is to support and sustain a robust academic community in the Connecticut River Valley through the programs we manage on behalf of our member campuses. Doing this community-building work well requires that we engage and empower all members of the community. To that end, Five Colleges endeavors to be an anti-racist organization, that we may better fulfill our purpose and serve our member campuses.