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.


Infographic saying 57% percent of English graduates 2012-2018 were employed within six months of graduation and 33% were accepted into graduate programs

90% of English graduates 2012-2018 were either employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation.

Program Benefits

  • 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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