This question is a hard to answer because there was no consistent schedule, but I will try my best.
In general, the program was divided into 5 units. For each unit, one week was spent on campus preparing, and the second week was spent in community. we always spent the Monday after a community visit working all day as a group on what is called the unit output. While on campus, we typically had class starting around 9. In the beginning, we often had Thai class from 9-12, but as time went on, we had less Thai classes and instead might have a social research methods class in the morning, or a cross-cultural session.
We always had lunch from 12-1. After 1, if it was the Thursday before a community visit, we would have two lectures: one lecture by a government official, and one lecture given by a representative of the people’s movement. Afternoon classes also were sometimes sessions led by the students in charge of that unit, in which students asked discussion questions and prepared questions for community visits. Usually, class ended around 3 or 4, and never later than 5.
While in community, we usually woke up around 7 to eat breakfast with our host families. Around 9 am, we would meet as a group and either spend the morning talking with villagers, talking to a government official, or touring the village. Afternoons also included talking with groups of people and every Wednesday afternoon we had a mid-unit check-in led by the unit facilitators. There was also always one day in community, usually Thursday’s, where we should spend the day with our host families either working in the farm and around the house, or just hanging out, reading, and trying to talk with our hosts. In community, we usually went to bed around 9 pm and we always came back from community on Friday afternoon/evening.