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WSU COVID-19 Safety

In support of our students and employees, The Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities 

will institute the following during COVID-19.

  • The Dean's Office will close beginning Tuesday, March 17th, and until further notice.

  • Classes will continue on-line, beginning Wednesday, March 18th.

Though the physical office and building may be closed, we look forward to hearing from you via digital and phone interfaces, which will be regularly staffed. Please contact us with any questions and concerns you may have. You may call and leave a message at 801-626-6424. Messages will be checked regularly.

  • For general college information and advising, please feel free to contact us by email:

lindquistcollege@weber.edu                Dean's Office

scottsprenger@weber.edu                    Dean

asowerby@weber.edu                          Associate Dean

christinastice@weber.edu                    Budget Administrative Associate

holliemckeeth@weber.edu                   Administrative Specialist ll

  • For Lindquist Arts & Humanities College advising and questions:

cahadvisor.youcanbook.me to schedule an online or phone advising appointment  

cahadvisor@weber.edu to contact advising for "quick" questions

Thank you.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities

Why Study Arts & Humanities?

You are probably feeling pressure to pick the perfect major. But here’s a little secret: The belief that a major is always a direct line to a career is not true.

75%

of college graduates end up in fields unrelated to their major.

30%

of hiring in the U.S. is major-independent.

70%

of all employers are looking for candidates with a variety of skills and experiences.

4

Number of times a college graduate will
change positions
in the first 10 years of employment.

You may want to follow your passion to create and innovate as an artist or writer while focusing on a more conventional career path. In the Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, you can do both.

We help you prepare for the expected and the unexpected.

We offer degrees in Communication, English, Foreign Languages, Performing Arts and Visual Art & Design. But what we really do is help open doors to a lot of options. Being broadly educated and technically trained is essential for the world of today and tomorrow.

What Are the
Areas of Study?

 

Programs

How Do I Make Education Affordable?

 

Financial Aid

Where Can I Meet With an Advisor?

 

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