A Broad Selection of Programs
You will have nearly 60 majors and minors from which to choose. Additionally, the College offers nine pre-professional programs, and a professional minor in business studies designed for students looking to combine their liberal arts education with an emphasis in business.
A Focus on the Individual
Through a focused and carefully crafted approach to student advising and learning, you will enjoy an experience that is molded around your interests and your needs. In fact, you can work one-on-one with a faculty member to design your own major and/or minor in an area that falls outside traditional program boundaries.
A Vibrant Campus Community
You will have opportunities to grow, sharpen your skills, develop interests, and discover new passions through a wide array of College groups, activities, events, and opportunities. Along with a highly active calendar of events throughout the year, the College features approximately 25 student groups and organizations.
A Faculty of Caring Experts and Scholars
Your academic experience will be highlighted by working closely with scholars who are leading experts in their fields and who bring a genuine passion for teaching to the classroom. All of your classroom instruction will be delivered by faculty who, in most cases, hold the highest degree in their fields. No classes at the College are taught by graduate students or teaching assistants.
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