Through our curriculum, graduates learn to read closely, think critically, discuss insightfully, and write analytically. These skills are the heart of a liberal arts education. They not only prepare our students for whatever educational and professional paths they may choose, but also to be lifelong learners.

 

Our students go on to

Careers in:Graduate Study in:

Fine & Performing Arts
Education
Community Service
Nonprofits
Business
Health Services
Politics & Government
Advertising
Religious Vocations

Religious Studies
Jewish Studies
Asian Studies
Medicine
Law
Art History
Performance Studies
International Studies
History

Of Life and Death

alumni perspective

A course on Tibetan Buddhism gave Monica Arora ’15 a new perspective on humanity in medicine. Religion studies alumni Jeremy Fuchs ’14 discusses its impact on her career.