College of Liberal Arts

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Learn how our majors and minors can prepare you for a career in multiple fields. A liberal arts degree equips you with skills such as critical thinking, communication, and information literacy that will impress any employer.

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In addition to campus tours, the College of Liberal Arts offers individualized tours and information sessions for those interested in all that we have to offer. Contact our student recruiter, Evan Thomas, for more information.

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THIS IS MORE THAN A CLASSROOM EXPERIENCE.

As a part of Auburn University, a land-grant institution, the College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, promotes diversity, and prioritizes public outreach. Students' learning isn't limited to a classroom but developed through international programs, community projects, and other excellent CLA initiatives.

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Photos from the 2015 CLA graduation

Photos from the 2015 CLA graduation

During Auburn's commencement ceremonies May 9 & 10, the College of Liberal Arts awarded the most bachelor's degrees, and Adriene Simon, senior art design specialist, was there to capture our graduates in their finest moments. 

Alumni Spotlight: Chloe Melas, '08, Senior Entertainment Reporter

Alumni Spotlight: Chloe Melas, '08, Senior Entertainment Reporter

Chloe Melas, an '08 RTVF alumna, is the senior entertainment reporter at HollywoodLife.com and co-host of the VH-1 show "The Gossip Table." She was on campus recently and talked with us about her time at Auburn, how she became successful, and what advice she has for students. 

Mother's Day gift impacts art students

Mother's Day gift impacts art students

Gary Wagoner, chair of the Department of Art and Art History, said the donation will help to establish a new scholarship, a lecture series that honors Roslyn Brock Stern, and create opportunities for travel.