Facts and Stats

  • #1 in NEH fellowships since 1999

  • 97% Arts and Letters majors find success within six months of graduation

  • 24 Fulbright winners in 2016—most in College history

  • 13 Rhodes Scholars including back-to-back winners in 2015 and 2016

  • 6 Truman Scholars since 2010

  • Top 5 in competitive faculty fellowships among private research universities since 1999

  • 500+ faculty

  • 3,000+ undergraduates

  • 1,100+ graduate students

  • 70% of Arts and Letters classes have fewer than 20 students

  • 68 different majors and minors

  • 30 graduate programs

  • 60 locations around the world where Arts and Letters students learn, volunteer, or research.

  • 17 languages to study

  • $260,000 Undergraduate Research Opportunity Program grants to 135 students in 2015–16

  • $200,000 Summer Language Abroad grants to 45 students in 2015

  • $600,000+ to more than 250 students since Arts and Letters Summer Internship Program founded in 2010