ANNOUNCING SUMMER 2013 COURSES!
Stop by our weekly Open House for more information!
Drop by, pick up an application and find out why students love Taos
||Held Wednesdays from 12:00pm – 5:00pm
||SMU-in-Taos Office, 338 Laura Lee Blanton
PACK YOUR BAGS FOR ADVENTUROUS STUDY
Your destination is SMU-in-Taos, SMU's beautiful 300-acre campus in Taos New Mexico. SMU-in-Taos offers credit courses in the arts, sciences, business and other disciplines in an inspirational setting designed for adventurous learners. Our unique program is designed to provide SMU students from all disciplines with an amazing living and learning experience.
UPDATE: Application Deadline Extended for June, August and Fall terms
SUMMER & FALL 2013 Dates
Arrival Day – May 15
1st Day of Class – May 16
Last Day of Class – May 31 (includes exams)
Departure Day – June 1
JUNE - Application Deadline Extended
Arrival Day – June 4
1st Day of Class – June 5
Last Day of Class – July 2 (includes exams)
Departure Day – July 3
AUGUST - Application Deadline Extended
Arrival Day – August 5
1st Day of Class – August 6
Last Day of Class – August 21 (includes exams)
Departure Day – August 22
FALL - Application Deadline Extended
Arrival Day – August 26
1st Day of Class – August 27
Last Day of Class – December 14 (includes exams)
Departure Day – December 15
for more information about Taos Fall Semester 2013.
What Students are saying...
"I’ve always disliked fishing. So when I went fly fishing [with my Wellness class in Taos], I found myself pleasantly surprised. I loved it! It felt like a dream to spend an entire day fishing on the beautiful New Mexico mountainside."
-- Monica, Sophomore Hunt Leadership Scholar
, Unknotting the Line: A testimony to patience
"This month has been an amazing experience. I came here knowing very little about nonprofit organizations – of which Taos has more than 200. During my time in Taos, I have learned so much about the 501 c(3) filing process and the demands of running a not-for-profit organization. Now I’m seriously considering pursuing future work in the nonprofit sector."
-- Peter, Political Science Major, Working on Taos Radio