All semester:
Join us for prayer and praise en español. Tuesdays at 6:15 p.m. at Tower Church!
FALL
Study Abroad Panel
Mid-Autumn Festival
Alpha Mu Gamma foreign language honorary Initiation
National French Week
 
SPRING
Chinese New Year Celebration
International Food Fair
International Praise & Worship Service
Alpha Mu Gamma Initiation
Amigos for Mexico
 

Upcoming Events

  • Now-Oct. 15: Hispanic Heritage Month display, Henry Buhl Library
  • Friday, Sept. 16: Mid-Autumn Festival, STU 7 p.m. (Chinese Cultural Club)
  • Tuesday, Sept. 20: Hispanic Cooking Night, South Rec 6-8 p.m. (Spanish Club)
  • Saturday, Sept. 24: Senior Crimson Day
  • Tuesday, Sept. 27: Clafoutis at Nonni’s (French Club) – Beginning at 3:30
  • Saturday, Oct. 1: Homecoming Breakfast, HAL 203 9-10:30 a.m.
  • October: Spanish movie night (Spanish Club)
  • October: Museum visit and lunch at the Frick building in Pittsburgh (French Club)
  • November: Sharing cultures and stories night (Spanish Club)
  • Tuesday, Nov. 1: Día de los Muertos table, STU (Spanish Club)
  • Tuesday, Nov. 1: National French Week: Francofol(l)ies, STU 6:30-8:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, Nov. 2: National French Week: French table, MAP 5-6:30 p.m.   
  • Friday, Nov. 4: National French Week: French movie, TBD 7-9 p.m.              
  • Wednesday, Nov. 9: Alpha Mu Gamma foreign language honorary initiation ceremony, Old MAP 7:30-8:30 p.m.   
  • Saturday, Nov. 12: Senior Crimson Day
  • Tuesday, Dec. 13: Fête de Noel chez Madame Léon (French Club) – Exact time TBD
  • Thursday, Dec. 15: Study Day Breakfast at Señora Ligo’s home (Spanish Club)


 
 Other events throughout the year include film nights, career panels, special dinners at local restaurants or at a professor’s home, visits to sites of interest, service projects and other cultural activities.
 
 
 
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Minor in French

​To minor in French, students complete 15 credit hours of French courses beyond French 101 and 102.

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B.A. in French

​The Bachelor of Arts degree in French equips students to become skilled participants in today’s increasingly complex and interconnected world and prepares them to excel in both graduate study and a wide variety of careers.

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B.A. in Spanish

The Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish has been developed to enhance the communicative, cultural, and vocational benefits of language study. Our students prepare for success in careers, graduate studies, and their personal lives.
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Our Events

The Department of Modern Languages sponsors numerous co-curricular activities including foreign film nights, international praise and worship services and community service projects. ​
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