Liberal Arts

The College of Liberal Arts provides the general education component of the university undergraduate degree programs, offers degree programs in liberal education, and extends the boundaries of scholarship in the varied disciplines associated with the humanities, fine arts, natural sciences, and social sciences. Its faculty seek not only to offer a sound curriculum but also to encourage the development of graduate study and to stimulate research, which is vital to good teaching and faculty growth. Liberal Arts faculty members participate actively in making the resources of the university useful to the general public and in shaping the cultural life of the institution.


Browse the Liberal Arts Collections:


Center for Population Studies

Chemistry and Biochemistry




History (Arch Dalrymple III Department of History)

Liberal Arts Faculty Books

Liberal Arts Newsletters

Liberal Arts Recordings


McLean Institute for Public Service and Community Engagement

Modern Languages


Philosophy and Religion

Physics and Astronomy

Political Science


Sarah Isom Center for Women and Gender Studies

Sociology and Anthropology

Southern Studies

Undergraduate Honors Theses in Liberal Arts

Writing and Rhetoric