Most majors in our department pursue at least one internship over the course of their four years at Susquehanna. They intern on campus, in diverse settings across the U.S. and even abroad.
Student internship panels and informal lunches hosted by faculty offer opportunities for students at all stages of their academic careers to network and to learn how to identify and obtain internships.
Internships build practical knowledge and job-related skills that translate into the department’s impressive career and graduate school placement rates.
See profiles of student interns and the wide range of opportunities we offer.
Clubs & Organizations
Fosters a greater awareness and appreciation for the literary language through weekly meetings, campaigns and activities.
Sigma Tau Delta
National English Honor Society
A nonfiction literary magazine published annually and coordinated by the Writer's Institute.
The department of English's book review and literary criticism blog, produced by students in ENGL:361, our practical criticism course.
A literary journal that publishes fiction, poetry, and artwork published annually and coordinated by the Writer's Institute.
A literary magazine dedicated to alternative genre works featuring fiction, literary criticism and poetry.
A publication designed for the women of the university community.
The Susquehanna Review
A national literature journal published at Susquehanna and coordinated by the Writer's Institute showcasing undergraduate works from around the country.
A campus-wide journal showcasing a cross-disciplinary spectrum of undergraduate scholarship and creativity at Susquehanna.