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Applications are open for the spring Odyssey Project cohort

The Odyssey Project, a Humanities Research Initiative that offers free humanities courses to low-income adults in the area, is now accepting applications for their spring session.

Students will take evening classes in literature, philosophy, U.S. history, and art history, all taught by U of I professors, and will be provided with:

  • Free textbooks and course materials
  • Access to computers
  • Dinner on class nights
  • Bus fare to and from class
  • Academic and career advising
  • Extra tutoring outside class
  • Help accessing community resources
  • A safe community for learning and discussion

At the end of the session, participants will have eight transferable college credits.

Apply at the Odyssey Project website by January 8th.

Top photo from Odyssey Project Facebook page.

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