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Welcome to the College of Arts & Letters

Welcome to the College of Arts & Letters. With twelve academic departments plus the Department of Military Science, the college is the institution’s largest and most academically diverse, providing two-thirds of the core curriculum of the university. Whether it’s Communication, Media & Journalism or Visual Arts, or something in between, there’s something exciting and challenging for every student to experience, explore, and engage within Arts & Letters.

Arts & Letters promotes internationalization not only within its curriculum but also by conducting study abroad academic programs and overseas opportunities in Eastern and Western Europe, Asia, Africa, and South America. Additionally, Arts & Letters faculty have been at the forefront of engaging students in research opportunities from the very first semester they set foot on one of our five campuses.

Students will find something to challenge and engage them in the academic programs in Arts & Letters, whether they choose a major in one of the college’s many academic programs, or whether they pursue a degree in one of the university’s other colleges.

The faculty and staff of Arts & Letters are committed to providing excellent academic programs and responsive service. Thank you for visiting.

Christopher Jespersen
College of Arts & Letters


Contact Information

Please use the form below to contact the College of Arts & Letters.

Your request will be reviewed and forwarded to the appropriate department.

College of Arts & Letters Administration

Christopher Jespersen
Christopher Jespersen, Ph.D., Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Barnes Hall 318, Dahlonega
Timothy May
Timothy May, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Barnes Hall 314, Dahlonega
Area(s) of Expertise:the Mongol Empire, the Crusades, medieval warfare, Central Asia, Mongolia, Islamic history
Ric Kabat
Ric Kabat, Ph.D., Associate Dean, College of Arts & Letters
Nesbitt Building 4120, Gainesville
Laura Ng
Dr. Laura Ng, Assistant Dean, College of Arts and Letters
Faculty Center 721, Oconee
Area(s) of Expertise:Gender, 20th Century literature, and the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
Laura Mullins
Ms. Laura Mullins, Admin Asst to the Dean/AVP
Barnes Hall 316, Dahlonega
Jeanine Merck
Ms. Jeanine Merck, Office Administrator
Nesbitt Building 4120, Gainesville

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