Support the Humanities Departments
This Founders’ Day, the History Department is fundraising to bring students experiences that will impact them long past graduation.
When you make a gift to the History Department today, your gift will provide the necessary support to:
- Attend various national and international conferences where students present their research and connect with individuals and professionals working in their fields of interest.
- Fund research grants. When students are enabled to delve into their areas of interest, new doors and opportunities open, and new possibilities are discovered.
- Invite prestigious speakers that would connect the college to the broader profession on timely and critical historical topics.
Make a gift today to the History Department by using the secure form below!
This Founders’ Day, the English Department is fundraising to offer more academic enrichment and professional networking opportunities for our students.
When you make a gift to the English When you make a gift to the English Department today, your gift will provide the necessary support to:
- Send students to regional and national conferences which are networking opportunities. At conferences, students meet professionals who work as writers, editors, and teachers and gain their own invaluable experience in professional conversation, presentation, and publication.
- Provide scholarship awards to students who design and pursue research under the guidance of faculty mentors.
- Create and distribute the student newspaper, The Crusader, and award-winning literary magazine, Agora. These publications provide a creative outlet for the entire college community and help represent it to others.
Make a gift today to the English Department by using the secure form below!
Make a Gift to the History or English Department Today!
And, as a special thank you during the Founders’ Day Challenge, each donation of $5 or more will get a Tiny Saint Benedict Keychain!
“The English Department has, at its core, taught me to ask questions about human nature and the stories humans have to share with one another. It has taught me to value critically analyzing texts, and genuinely care about what a piece of art has to say besides the surface of the story. As an English major, I have not only grown as an artist, or as a scholar, but as a person as well.“
Rachel Harr ’22
“The English major has provided me many opportunities to improve my analytical skills and my ability to communicate effectively and concisely. The courses offered cover a wide variety of literary genres and also teach more practical skills such as editing and publishing in a professional setting. No matter what field of work I go into after graduation, I know I will use my education as an English major.”
Ashlin Treat ’22
“My English professors challenge me to read between the lines and gather multiple meanings, whether they be the author’s, my own, or someone else’s with a different perspective from mine. This program fosters my ability to read closely, think critically, communicate my thoughts with clarity, and write with precision and beauty. Ultimately, the English program helps me to develop and be confident in my own beliefs and to search for Christ in every text I read.”