Whether you’re taking classes in a cohort or at your own pace, our faculty recognize the importance of networking with your fellow classmates. You see, at St. Ambrose we believe that understanding information takes place in the classroom, but analyzing, synthesizing and incorporating that knowledge into your everyday life must happen outside those four walls.
To be successful in your field of study, you need to develop a constituency of peers to engage while on your path to success. Our small classes promote these important conversations, while class projects and discussions afford you the chance to piggy-back your thoughts and ideas with those on a similar wavelength. And, this interaction encourages debate, opening you up to new thoughts and ideas that you may not first have considered.
Some graduate programs have their own integrative space for students to study and congregate. But for those programs without that space, students are encouraged to use the dedicated study rooms in the library, community rooms in the Rogalski Center, the newly renovated Beehive in Ambrose Hall, and technology to keep that ever-important communication and networking going in between class meetings.