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Program Policies

Earlham College students are eligible to participate in one Earlham College or Earlham–approved semester program with their financial aid package. Students who participate in an off-campus program other than those already approved must apply for a leave of absence for the semester in which they are gone.
 

Semester Programs

Students who participate in one of Earlham's semester programs must abide by the following policies.
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Earlham-Approved Off-Campus Programs

Earlham has approved several different off-campus programs that are managed by outside providers, including other GLCA schools. Students who participate in one of these programs must follow these policies.
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EPIC Advantage Faculty-Led Summer Programs

Each year, Earlham offers a number of off-campus EPIC Advantage Summer Research and Community Projects. Students who wish to participate in one of these EPIC Advantage programs must abide by the following policies.
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All faculty who wish to offer an EPIC Advantage Summer Research or Community Projects Experience must submit a project proposal. This includes faculty who have previously led an EA Summer Experience. Instructions and a link to the appropriate online form will be emailed to the faculty prior to the proposal deadline.


Off-Campus May Terms

All faculty who wish to submit a proposal for an off-campus May Term must complete both the Preliminary (Part 1) and one of the Full (Part 2) proposal forms. This includes faculty who have already offered off-campus May Terms. 


Financial Aid Policies

Earlham students may apply their financial aid package to studying abroad with one of the College's programs or an Earlham-approved program, as detailed in these policies.
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Sex/Gender Harassment, Discrimination and Misconduct Policies

All members of the Earlham College community have the right to be free from all forms of sex/gender harassment, discrimination and misconduct, whether they are on campus or participating in an off-campus program. Earlham's policies on these issues are outlined here.