Gunner Scott (IBA ’09), then the executive director of the Massachusetts Transgender Political Coalition, speaks at Massachusetts State House.

Undergraduate study at Goddard College occurs in a vibrant, socially just and ecologically sustainable learning community. We are committed to diversity, critical engagement, and transformative learning. Unlike any other college in the country, Goddard gives students control of their education. This means you decide what you want to study, how you want to study, and how you will demonstrate what you’ve learned. Our degrees are offered in a low-residency format, which means you don’t put your life on hold in order to complete your education.

The four hallmarks of all of Goddard’s undergraduate programs are:

  • A learner-centered education philosophy
  • A low-residency model that encourages students to be part of community-based, experiential projects
  • An emphasis on social justice and inclusion alongside personal transformation
  • Multidisciplinary approaches to all areas of learning

Options for undergraduate studies

Undergraduate studies in the humanities and social sciences:

Undergraduate studies in pre-professional disciplines and the fine arts: