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Level of Support: England Faculty-Led Immersion

On-Site Resources:

This is a faculty-led immersion program, which means you will travel with 12-14 other UW-Eau Claire students and 2 UW-Eau Claire faculty/staff. The summer 2019 program will be led by Dr. Louisa Rice (History) and Dr. Patricia Turner (History).  They will be your first step for any on-site support you need. 

Health & Disability Resources:

Each city you visit has quality medical facilities should you need them. The University of Winchester does not have a health center on campus; however, they work closely with three local doctor’s offices (know as “surgeries” in the U.K.).  One of the doctors offers on-campus appointments.  The University does have counselors on staff that students can access through the Student Services offices.  Additionally, our local partners can recommend quality doctors or hospitals nearby.

More Information:

If you still have questions on level of support, you can contact Kim Reed (Assistant Immersion Coordinator) by calling 715-836-5940 or emailing

After acceptance into the program, you will obtain more information about services, at your program location, in your program guide and in orientation materials. 

To see more information on disability accommodations, please see our website called Students with Disabilities