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With a major or minor in the School of Arts and Sciences, you'll learn to communicate effectively, think critically and gain real-world skills in and outside the classroom to apply to a broad range of careers.
Choose from one of dozens of majors and minors, spanning traditional liberal arts and professional programs.
You'll benefit from small class sizes, working one-on-one with professors who are experts in their fields. You won't just be taking tests and writing papers; you'll be getting hands-on, real-world experience through faculty-student research, internships, conference presentations and more.
Our graduates find jobs with top companies and nonprofits in the U.S. and abroad, in the arts and in government. They are admitted to elite graduate schools and professional programs in law, medicine and more. Whatever you want to be, we can help get you there.
The Artist Series has been presenting quality dance, music and theatre to the university and surrounding community since 1902.
Claritas Distinguished Lecture Series
This series brings an accomplished scholar in the sciences to campus each year, typically in the fall.
The school invites distinguished authors, academics and artists to give presentations, talks and readings on campus.
Lore Degenstein Gallery
The gallery aims to exhibit, interpret, collect and preserve objects of art and material culture through a rich and diverse exhibition program.
Each semester, the school's faculty and students present their scholarly accomplishments in a variety of ways. Visit the theatre and music departments for more information.
Senior Scholars Day
Through posters and oral presentations, as well as performances and graphic design displays, students showcase their achievements in a culmination of academic scholarship.
Learn more about the residence halls, academic buildings and other facilities at Susquehanna University.
More than 150 clubs and organizations at Susquehanna University give you opportunities for fun, leadership, service and more.