The Prison Education Project

The Prison Education Project at Washington University in St. Louis provides a high quality liberal arts education to people incarcerated in Missouri and to prison staff.

Upcoming Events

News & Announcements

Divided City Initiative & Prison Education Project Partnership

The Prison Education Project is excited to announce that it has partnered with the Divided City Initiative to support and develop two interdisciplinary urban humanities courses for PEP students at Missouri Eastern Correctional Center. These courses will be integrated as part of the greater PEP curriculum. The first course, “Landscape Architecture: The Art and Science of […]

PEP Welcomes New Undergraduate Intern

The Prison Education Project is excited to announce that rising junior Talia Weine, a Religious Studies major and Writing minor at Washington University, will be joining the team of PEP interns. She will be assisting PEP with research requests, office organization, creation of fundraising materials, and other administrative tasks. "I am so happy to be […]

Upcoming Fall 2019 Courses Announced

This fall, the Prison Education Project will offer 7 classes for MECC students. Classes will cover STEM and humanities subjects, ranging from astronomy and computer science to public speaking and landscape architecture. For more information on each course, please see the course descriptions below.