Bard College, through its Center for Civic Engagement, is a longstanding partner furthering the growth and impact of Clemente. Students who successfully complete the Clemente Course receive six college credits from Bard College, which are transferable to other colleges and universities. Bard also is responsible for the academic program, reviewing the selection of all faculty and course plans, while also providing technical and fundraising assistance.
National Endowment for the Humanities
This site is made possible through the support of the NEH. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this website do not necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Denver Foundation
The Clemente Course in the Humanities has also received generous support from The Denver Foundation
The Teagle Foundation
The Teagle Foundation works to support and strengthen liberal arts education, which we see as fundamental to meaningful work, effective citizenship, and a fulfilling life. Our aim is to serve as a catalyst for the improvement of teaching and learning in the arts and sciences while addressing issues of financial sustainability and accountability in higher education.
Library of America
Library of America has been a proud partner of the Clemente Course since 1999, providing graduates of courses across the country with volumes of great American writings to inspire their continued exploration of literature.
W.W. Norton & Company
If you had asked me prior to Clemente if I would own a business and become a member of the middle class, I would have laughed. But today I am an MBA student at Washington State University and on my way to getting my Certified Public Accounting Credentials.