Immersion Programs

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English Language Immersion Programs, also known as Culture and Language Immersion Camps (CLIC), offer short-term (up to 8-weeks), all inclusive English education for high school/college students, and for professionals. These programs include cultural immersion component that allows participants to observe and learn about American culture, both in classroom and outside of classroom. Students will participate in cultural activities, field trips, and sports with time on the weekends for shopping. They will meet people from across the world while enjoying what has recently been called “the most beautiful college campus in Arkansas”.

Teachers, school administrators, or chaperons can join the group to oversee activities and students’ progress. These programs can be customized for the needs of the group to include other touristic destinations such as Orlando or New York City.

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Camp activities include (subject to change):

  • Visit to the Clinton Presidential Center and Library
  • Hiking in Petit Jean State Park
  • Sightseeing in Hot Springs
  • Soccer, swimming, and other sports
  • Trips to local restaurants and shopping centers
  • Bowling in Conway
  • Board game night with UCA students
  • Shakespeare theater evening
  • Daily lessons in American culture conducted in English
  • Dinner and activities with American families


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Petit Jean State Park

Participants spend three hours in this scenic mountain setting. Tours of the waterfalls, mountain lodge, and river overlook will allow participants to admire the natural beauty of Arkansas, while learning about Arkansas history and culture.



President William J. Clinton Presidential Library

Participants spend about two hours at the Library experiencing the history associated with the Presidency. Next, students tour the city by trolley with a guide who narrates different historical and cultural accounts of the city and its role within the state and the nation. Finally, students tour the River Market observing local crafts and goods.



About UCA Residential Halls

Participants will stay in a UCA Residential Hall with other campers from around the world for the duration of their stay. 24-hour kitchen, wi-fi access, vending machines, furnished lobby, laundry facilities, ice machine, card access system, and study lounges are all available for camp attendees.



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