A six-week field school at Monticello teaching the fundamentals of modern historical archaeology. Offers six credits from the University of Virginia.
A program of residential fellowships open to scholars and teachers worldwide working on Jefferson-related projects.
A unique educational experience with the gardens and grounds of Monticello and the University of Virginia serving as the setting for studying the theory and practice of historic landscape preservation.
Inspired by Jefferson’s legacy in public education, the University of Virginia and Monticello produced the “Age of Jefferson” Massive Open Online Course (MOOC). Peter Onuf, a leading scholar of Jefferson and the early American republic, leads this free, online six-part course. Register today on iTunes U!
A noncredit personal enrichment course with lectures by Monticello scholars and a special evening on the mountain that was offered each spring through the University of Virginia's School of Continuing and Professional Studies.
A deeper look at life "At Home on Monticello Mountain," featuring learning, discussion, and specialized visitation to parts of Monticello which are not normally open to the public.