Williamsburg Class & Trip | Kent State University

Williamsburg Class & Trip

The Williamsburg class and trip has been in existence since 1977, combining an opportunity for study with a field experience in historic Virginia.

Approximately a thousand Kent State students have taken part in the program over the years. This class and trip is open to all majors.

Students register for HIST 38395 in the spring semester. The class meets on four Saturdays beginning in January. Assignments include films, readings, journals and a research project.

The five-day, four-night trip in April includes visits to Colonial Williamsburg, Monticello, Mount Vernon, Jamestown, College of William & Mary, Berkeley Plantation, Great Hope Plantation and Yorktown.

For more information, including the cost of the trip, contact:

Dr. Leslie Heaphy
Associate Professor
310D Main Hall
330-244-3304
lheaphy@kent.edu

Dr. James Seelye
Associate Professor
309D Main Hall
330-244-3435
jseelye@kent.edu