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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Campus Compact recently named liberal arts student Calvin Wilborn a 2016 Newman Civic Fellow for his commitment to community development and the betterment of society through citizen action.
The national honor has been presented at Auburn since 1951 as a reminder of the noblest human qualities exemplified by Algernon Sydney Sullivan, a prominent humanitarian and first president of the New York Southern Society, now the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Foundation. Each year, Auburn bestows the honor on a student from the graduating class.
Chase Mitchell writes jokes that can be heard by a few million people on any given night. A sketch writer for The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, Mitchell got his start in writing while a student at Auburn and has been nominated for an Emmy Award and a Writer's Guild of America Award.
Psychology professor Jeffrey Katz has been recognized by students and faculty for his unique teaching methods by receiving The Gerald and Emily Leischuck Endowed Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching.
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.