The program from the Memorial tribute to Professor Schoff in 1994.File: Gretchen_Memorial.pdf
Poetry by Gretchen SchoffFile: Gretchen_BookOfHours.pdf
Booth Fowler remembers Charlie Anderson and his contributions to ILS.File: CharlieAndersonBoothFowler.pdf
A course Syllabus from 1988.File: CharlieAnderson205syllabus.pdf
A course syllabus from 1988.File: CharlieAnderson206syllabus.pdf
Kathi Sell Recalls Charlie Anderson and his impact as a Liberal Educator.File: CharlieAndersonKathiSell.pdf
A collection of Gretchen Schoff's writings, usually kept in the ILS reading room.File: CollectedWisdomofGretchenSchoff.pdf
A 65 Year Retrospective on the Roots of ILS.File: 65-year_ILS_Retrospective.pdf
What: Integrated Liberal Studies is a certificate program offering interdisciplinary courses designed to meet your humanities, social, and natural science breadth requirements. We provide a cohesive curriculum with a core group of students so you can fulfill your general education requirements while creating a sense of community.
Where: Meiklejohn House on Charter and Johnson. Not only do we offer discussion sections and seminars in our living room, it’s a great place to hang out, study in the reading room upstairs, and hold study groups.
How: The certificate requires 18 total credits of ILS classes including 1 course above a 230 level and the capstone. Your freshman year FIG counts towards 6 ILS credits.File: Fall2017ShortCourseDescriptions2.pdf
Integrated Liberal Studies is a certificate program dating back to 1927 that offers interdisciplinary courses designed to meet your humanities, social, and natural science breadth requirements. Besides meeting your graduation requirements, the program strives to create a cohesive curriculum based on a traditional liberal arts education. Most importantly, ILS is a melting pot of majors that come together for academic discussions, study sessions and film screenings. The classes we offer are included on this document.File: Fall-2018-Course-Guide_Final-Draft_3-12-18-2.pdf