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Foundational. Transferable. Enduring.

  • We teach students to think critically, express creatively and communicate clearly — skills favored by employers.
  • We are listed among the top 23 in subject area rankings (U.S. News & World Report Global University Rankings).
  • We help students make sense of the world and imagine the future.

The School At a Glance

  • 1,540 undergraduates
  • 435 Ph.D. and MFA graduate students
  • 100 + undergraduate majors and graduate programs
  • 373 academic, instructional and research faculty
  • 23,000 alumni

The first five years

“We believe we are making genuine progress toward developing socially responsible science, now and in the years to come,” write Institute for Practical Ethics co-directors Craig Callender and John H. Evans in this five-year report.

Read the Report

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Get Your Spirit On

Join campus for its fifth annual all-campus Homecoming — a fun-filled week of old favorites and new
experiences sure to bring out your school spirit. Cheer your team. Unite with friends. Dance the
night away. Go Tritons!

Oct. 17 - 23

Arts and Humanities Moments

Stay up to date with the latest accomplishments, news and events from the School of Arts and Humanities through our digital magazine.

Read the July 2022 issue

The Engine of Creative Innovation

Armed with foundational knowledge, transferable skills and enduring experience, Arts and Humanities graduates don’t just impact the workforce — they leave a dent. With your philanthropic support of the school, we can make waves for the greater good.

Make Your Impact

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