The Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program is a course that brings together campus-based college students and incarcerated students. Typically, the course is comprised of 15 "inside" (incarcerated) students and 15 "outside" (non-incarcerated) students and meets in a correctional setting.
Photo: "Inside" and "Outisde" students in class discussion at ACC Jail, Spring 2018
Through facilitated dialogue and active learning, the program creates a powerful and transformative learning environment for all participants. All students, whether "inside" or "outside" read the same texts, complete the same assignments, and participate with equal status in the classroom.
The next UGA Inside-Out class will take place Fall 2018, facilitated by Dr. Sarah Shannon (Sociology) in partnership with the Clarke County Sheriff’s Office at the Athens-Clarke County Jail. The student application for Fall 2018 will be available starting March 5, 2018.
Visit the "Students" page for more information!
Hear from past UGA "outside" students about their Inside-Out experience: