Mexico

Mexico Shoulder to Shoulder incorporates a four credit course and two weeks on the ground study and service in Mexico during the month of January. The classroom experience immerses students in the study of the history, diverse peoples, and cultures of Mexico, and combines research, presentations, and papers with service on campus. The field experience in Mexico includes individual homestays with Mexican families, intensive manual labor, and reflective intellectual work.

The goal of community service in the cities of Coatepec and Orizaba is not to change Mexico, but to learn from Mexicans about Mexico and about the impact of the United States on our neighbors.

Highlights of Mexico Program of 2006-2007


Spring 2009 Newsletter


Microlending Project

 

News Highlight

Lasell Named Among Fastest Growing Colleges by Chronicle of Higher Education Almanac  Monday, August 18, 2014Lasell College was recently named among the Fastest-Growing Colleges, 2002-12, in the Chronicle of Higher Education's Almanac of Higher Education 2014.

Featured Event

Colored Girls Hustle  Wednesday, October 29, 2014Yamawaki Auditorium