The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures affords students the opportunity to develop linguistic and cultural proficiency to support their larger goals. Both, on campus and at numerous partnering programs abroad, we offer small classes, interdisciplinary courses and experiential venues with dedicated faculty who work closely with students to develop a personalized learning path. In addition, our Weiss Language Center offers innovative technological, learning, and social support to help you meet your objectives. We are a dynamic and diverse campus community committed to active global citizenship, in close partnership with and upport of global learning hubs and Marist and beyond. With a modern language education you’ll soon be creating your own path!

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"At Marist, contact with professors deepened my understanding of academics and professional situations. Mold your interests into career opportunities. Seek out a mentor. Get to know people, and knock on doors!" --Christi Sheehan '12, Associate Publicist, Random House (English major, music minor)
About the School of Liberal Arts

About the School of Liberal Arts

The School of Liberal Arts empowers students to function as creative thinkers, skilled writers, and innovative problem-solvers. Student are encouraged  to take advantage of the College's wide range of offerings in the humanities, social sciences, and pre-professional fields in order to shape a career, and a life, that is both challenging and satisfying. Through endless curiosity, hard work, and strategic planning, students prepare themselves to truly make a difference in the world beyond Marist.

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A Message from the Dean

The variety of conversations taking place in Fontaine Hall makes the School of Liberal Arts a dynamic learning community. Close faculty and student relationships and interdisciplinary analysis, including team-taught courses, are crucial to our work here.

Observing and participating in these kinds of dialogue in the classroom and on our campus sharpens our students' awareness of the complexity of 21st-century problems and develops innovative solutions for them.

Dr. Martin Shaffer, Dean

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