Here you can find several resources and information regarding advising, retroactive credits, department news and more.
Wondering how to connect your Foreign Language major to careers and join professional organizations? View links below of majors in specific languages to see outlines of common career areas, professional organizations, employers and strategies designed to maximize career opportunities.
Here you can find information on specific topics relating to your current and future foreign language courses, earning retroactive credits, resources, and more.
The Undergraduate Advising and Resource Center (UARC) is comprised of professional advisors who serve as a resource to students, whether they are choosing a major, signing up for classes, reading a STAR (degree audit), and more.
Each academic department has faculty members that advise students within their chosen academic field. If you are a student who has an assigned faculty advisor, plan to meet with him/her first before asking for assistance from the UARC.
Archived editions of the Department of Foreign Languages & Literatures newsletter, Lingua!
Vista Higher Learning provides additional information for students enrolled in elementary and intermediate French (French 110, 111, 203 and 204) and students enrolled in elementary and intermediate Spanish (Spanish 110, 111, 203 and 204). They are the publisher of the textbooks used in these courses. As a student, you may be able to purchase these textbooks directly from the publisher at a slightly reduced price.