Fifty-seven percent of our 2012-18 English graduates were employed within six months of graduation and 33 percent were accepted into graduate school.
Students can explore many compelling study areas, from web writing to Shakespeare.
- Internships with prominent area employers help students build their professional networks and resumes.
- Our study abroad experience in England allows students to explore literary and historical sites while learning about English culture.
- Student researchers and faculty work together on unique projects. Recent experiences include investigating the 1692 witch trials in Salem and examining rare Elizabethan documents in London’s British Library.
- Faculty and students attend the National College Media Convention to hear from Pulitzer Prize-winning speakers and participate in valuable sessions.
- Students showcase published work in our campus literary
- magazine, Iconoclast, and student-run newspaper, Insight.
- English Club offers engaging activities, including poetry slams, the Shakespeare Banquet, and literary weekend trips.
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