Offices & Services – H

Hispanic Studies

The Department of Hispanic Studies offers a sound educational experience centered on the study of the language as well as the literary and cultural production of Iberian, Latin American, and U.S. Hispanic cultures, from their origins to the present time.
Wyatt 233, 253.879.3186,


Convinced that the study of history is an essential component of a superior education in the liberal arts and sciences, the Department of History offers a strong academic program in a number of areas within the discipline of history.
Wyatt 135, 253.879.3166,

Honors Program

This intensive four-year program for students selected on the basis of their academic performance includes an option to live in the Honors residence house, Langlow.
Wyatt 139, 253.879.3781,


Interdisciplinary studies in Humanities offers courses that draw upon the disciplines of history, literature, philosophy, religion, communication studies, art history, and music history to explore fundamental and enduring questions regarding the human condition.
Wyatt 333, 253.879.3649