University of Atlantia

Welcome!

The University of Atlantia is dedicated to the advancement of teaching in the Kingdom of Atlantia, SCA, Inc. Degrees presented by the University of Atlantia are not awards of the Society for Creative Anachronism or any of its branches and do not convey SCA precedence. We are therefore pleased to be able to offer degrees to qualifying students and faculty across the Knowne World.

There are two to three University sessions each year. If you are interested in hosting a University, please refer to our bid guidelines.

For more details on teaching classes, check out the page on Teaching at University.

Announcements

2/25/2024

For the Summer Session of the University of Atlantia:

                The University is now accepting proposals for tracks and classes. The deadline for track proposals is midnight on Wednesday, April 3. The deadline for individual class proposals is midnight on Wednesday, April 10. These deadlines occur right around the spring holidays and the IRS tax deadline. Make sure you don’t miss them! Note that we ask instructors to limit their class offerings to two hours per day in order to ensure that we can offer all instructors time on the schedule and provide a wide variety of classes. To submit a track proposal, please use our new Google Form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSek7JYN2TtpODYovTx03o_10YpnpBPW10r4B99JM9nV3IC8og/viewform?usp=sf_link) or directly contact our instructor support coordinator Mistress Tegan de Moreton (instructorsupport@university.atlantia.sca.org).

                As soon as the submissions deadline is past, the University staff will review them and prepare the course catalog. Once the catalog is ready, information about approved classes will be sent to instructors for review on Friday, April 25. Instructors will have until midnight on Thursday, May 2 to request any changes or respond to questions from the University staff.

                Student registration will open on Monday, May 6 and close at midnight on Wednesday, June 5. Preregistration is important to let instructors know the number of students for which to be prepared, and for the University to ensure that instructors and students have the right support. Students attending the Saturday in-person session may add, change, or cancel classes at the Registration Table the day of the event. Students attending the Sunday online session must preregister for each class in order to attend and receive credit. Only students whose class was cancelled after the deadline may be registered for another class which must be done by a University staff member.

                We look forward to seeing you in person on June 8 in the Barony of Bright Hills at the Coppermine Pantherplex located at 1400 Panther Dr, Hampstead, MD 21074, and/or the online session on June 9 (Zoom link TBA).

Dame Deirdre O’Siodhachain, Chancellor

Upcoming Sessions:

University Session #116 - June 8, 2024 - Barony of Bright Hills
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Submit a Class Proposal

Deadline for TRACK proposals is April 4, 2024.
Deadline for INDIVIDUAL CLASS proposals is April 11, 2024.


University Session #116b - June 9, 2024 - Kingdom of Atlantia (online)

Submit a Class Proposal

Deadline for TRACK proposals is April 4, 2024.
Deadline for INDIVIDUAL CLASS proposals is April 11, 2024.


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Upcoming Sessions:

Session #116
Barony of Bright Hills
June 8, 2024

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Session #116b (online)
Kingdom of Atlantia
June 9, 2024

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