• We offer our students numerous opportunities in the discipline, ranging from discipline-related work experience, such as serving as a Language Cafe host or Writing Center tutor, to honor societies in English, French, and Spanish. You can see what both our faculty and students have been doing recently on the News and Events page.

    Sigma Tau Delta (International English Honor Society)
    In addition to membership in the international organization—which provides opportunities for scholarships, publication, and attendance at the national convention—our chapter is one of the more active. We host an annual Symposium where students present their critical and creative works. There are several workshops throughout the year to help students learn about graduate school and job searching. We have a wide variety of social events throughout the year, including an annual Halloween party, where students (and faculty) dress as their favorite character, author, or idea. Several students attend the annual national convention and present their work there. Overall, we celebrate the intellectual and social benefits of the English discipline.

Academic Calendar

10/02
Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Spring
All day

Deadline for applying for student teaching in the Spring
Applications should be turned into Stacie Clifton in EDU 236
10/03
Faculty Meeting
Begins at 4:00 PM

Rose Lecture Hall
Faculty Meeting
10/06
Winter Graduation Applicants: Due date for Transfer courses to be posted and "I" grades to be removed
All day

Winter Graduation Applicants: Due date for Transfer courses to be posted and "I" grades to be removed
10/12
Fall Break - No Classes
Begins at 12:00 AM

Fall Break - No Classes
10/13
Fall Break - Offices closed
All day

Fall Break - Offices closed
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