Appreciating, learning about, and creating art are vital to Bryn Mawr's campus culture. The arts build bridges to the wider world, stimulating intellectual and social growth.
Building inclusive community. Promoting social justice. Developing leaders.
The Emily Balch Seminars introduce all first-year students at Bryn Mawr to a critical, probing, thoughtful approach to the world and our roles in it.
The mission of LILAC is to prepare liberal art students to become effective, self-aware leaders in their chosen life pursuits.
The Bryn Mawr College Fit Club promotes wellness and a healthy lifestyle through nutrition and fitness education while supporting a balanced community for students, faculty, and staff.
Praxis is an experiential, community-based learning program that integrates theory and practice through student engagement in active, relevant fieldwork.
"I think one of the biggest things consulting has taught me is that professors are people too; they have feelings and are really invested in teaching."
"Coming to Bryn Mawr was eye opening for me. The people here are interested in so many different things and open-minded."
"Because of the Tri-Co, I’m not just at Bryn Mawr. I can also go to Haverford or Swarthmore. I’m making connections and resources that I can rely on after I graduate to help me find a job."
“I have this blend of being able to maintain a clinical practice and train and supervise employees, but also have an academic component that allows me to teach and further my research.”