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Dr. Melisa Stevens, Director of Student Retention and Success, College of Sciences and Humanities

Where can you go with a humanities degree?

Let us show you at the 6th annual Star Party, Tuesday, September 12, 2023 from 5-7 PM outside on the patio of the North West residence hall.

This event is sponsored by the College of Science and Humanities Student Success Center, the departments of Anthropology, English, History, Modern Languages & Classics, Philosophy & Religious Studies, Women's, Gender, and African American Studies, the Humanities Living Learning Community, and Residence Life.

Star Party is for:

  • students living in the Humanities Living Learning Community in North West residence hall
  • undecided students
  • freshmen and sophomore humanities majors who want to get more involved in their major or minor
  • introverts who dread activity fairs because you have to walk right up to people and chat with them
  • students who are unapologetically interested in social responsibility, feminism, and big ideas, who are into making art, speaking other languages, understanding history, and making a difference in the 21st century

You can:

  • talk to faculty and students about our amazing immersive-learning classes.
  • meet your upper-division academic advisors.
  • learn how to apply for study abroad.
  • find your tribe in our student organizations and clubs.
  • eat some free pizza.

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