The Technology Clinic is a two-semester, hands-on course that brings together students from different majors to help solve the real-world problems of a business, nonprofit organization or government body.
Economic Empowerment & Global Learning
Teams of EEGLP students and faculty from every academic division work hand in hand with residents to tackle economic issues. Teams have worked in Easton, New Orleans and Honduras.
LIME is a peer-to-peer mentoring program between Lafayette students and high school students from Madagascar to prepare the latter for the process of applying to colleges in the US. Ten Lafayette students are chosen each year to participate in the program.
The Robert B. and Helen S. Meyner Center for the Study of State and Local Government
The Meyner Center educates students about the importance of state and local governments and encourages them to participate in state and local affairs as volunteers, interns, and future leaders.
Faculty and staff have assisted city planners, the local arts community, and residents to help develop the Karl Stirner Arts Trail as a walking trail and environmental corridor between downtown and 13th Street.