The Plan Process: Related Content
At Bennington students may choose to receive a letter grade in addition to a narrative evaluation of their work. What these evaluations mean to students vary based on where they are in their own development, education, and the specific reason they enrolled in the class.
Fundamental to a Bennington education is a student’s ability to make and revise original work. Students develop new ways of understanding and engage in generative and critical problem solving. Creating work requires both imagination and rigor, as well as the willingness to take risks. Several students discussed what work means to them in the context of their education.
Bennington’s approach to advising is deep and broad and it is the foundation of the Plan Process. At Bennington, students encounter a diversity of mentorship, feedback and support as they progress to meet academic, intellectual, professional and personal goals. Several Bennington students discuss how they shaped and navigated the Plan Process at Bennington.