Want to know something that you won't find here? Big lecture halls.
In fact, there's only one classroom on-campus big enough to hold 60 students, which we use often to team-teach courses in the health sciences and arts. And while our professors have plenty of knowledge they're eager to share, don't expect them to stand in front of a podium for 50 minutes and spit it all out.
What you will find are classes in which professors engage you, asking questions and seeking your perspective and insights. Ambrose courses are interactive, with students often leading classroom discussions. No matter the class size, all of our students get the one-on-one interaction with professors that they both want, and deserve. Professors have weekly office hours that allow you to drop-in for a chat, or you can make an appointment with them before or after your class.
Throughout the year, special guest speakers are invited to campus to present lectures to the campus community-presentations that are anything but "stuffy." In fact, Ambrose has a number of endowed lectures that range in topics from the liberal arts to political science to international issues.
Besides academic lectures, the Campus Activities Board sponsors a number of presentations, running the gamut of social and educational topics.