The Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures is located in Clow Faculty Tower, 317. The Foreign Languages Lab is located in Clow Classroom Building 250.
The ability to communicate in another language gives one direct access to other cultures and perspectives and is an invaluable asset for students wishing to live and work abroad or in the increasingly diverse U.S. Foreign language study promotes sensitivity to linguistic and cultural variety and, in so doing, fosters the essential civic characteristics of tolerance and open-mindedness. In a world of increasing global interdependence, intercultural awareness and competence can be critical to both personal and professional fulfillment.
There are additional benefits to the study of a foreign language. Foreign language students often begin to look at their native language and the culture(s) associated with it with heightened awareness. Moreover, sustained and intense foreign language study improves overall learning as students inevitably make connections to other subjects across the curriculum.
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The philosophy of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures at UW Oshkosh is in full congruence with the College of Letters and Science's mission to enhance communication skills and increase knowledge of human cultures. Our programs contribute to the intellectual, social and emotional development of our students, supporting their growth both as individuals and as members of society.
Monday-Friday: 7:45 a.m-4:30 p.m.
Please call the office at (920) 424-4004 to verify lunch hours, closures and other weekly updates.