UF's English program provides comprehensive interdisciplinary curriculum designed to prepare students for successful careers in many diverse areas of education, public relations, communications, law, and marketing.
In addition to the hands-on experience you will gain in your courses, the English program provides a number of activities that are both fun and useful in preparing you for potential careers. English students contribute to, edit and produce
From the Writers' Kitchen
Envoy), the University’s exclusive literary journal. Contributors share their work through publication and public readings.
The English program offers many experiential learning opportunities that include creative works, undergraduate research as well as competing at national and conferences through these distinct areas: present creative, non-fiction and poetry and/or present undergraduate research results.
The University of Findlay also publishes an international literary journal,
Slippery Elm, that allows students as well as the public to submit their works. It also allows students to be involved with the annual project through class projects that relate to the coordination of related publishing activities.
English majors can apply to join Sigma Tau Delta, the English Honor Society, which offers scholarships and other benefits.
Students enjoy unique opportunities such as interacting with visiting notable authors such as:
- Jennifer Moore
- Kerry Trautman
- Denise Duhamel
- James Reiss
- Myrna Stone
- Ray McNiece
- Abigail Cloud
- Eric Goodman
- Renee Nicholson
- Jeff Gundy
Study abroad opportunities for English majors are available in London.
Professional and dedicated faculty that focus on meeting the personal needs and career goals of each student through interactive instruction and one-on-one advising.
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A large alumni network with strong engagement. (click on the picture to enlarge)