The School of Arts & Humanities is the university’s foundation, providing the traditional nuts and bolts programs that can help you acquire the abilities that employers value, such as critical thinking, analysis, innovative thinking, teamwork, flexibility, and problem solving. A solid basis in liberal arts delivers a strong foundation to pursue post-graduate programs in a multitude of areas, including science and technology.

School Leadership


Dr. Grace Glass

Program Directors

Art, Communication, World Languages, Music, Philosophy, Religion - Dr. Bjorn Mercer

English, Humanities, and Literature -  Dr. Teresa (Teddi) Fishman

History – Dr. Richard Hines

Political Science – Dr. Thomas Kelly

Psychology - Dr. Rachel Cain

Sociology – Dr. Jennifer Cramer

Faculty Directors

Dr. Jaclyn Fowler

Dr. Bethanie Hansen

Dr. Tonia Parker

Dr. Jeffrey Stone