College of Arts & Humanities

Arts & Humanities

The College of Arts and Humanities provides an expanse of opportunities for students to explore their talents as musicians, visual artists, designers, writers, historians and philosophers.

Departments

Learning Spaces

Housed in three campus buildings, the College of Arts and Humanities offers state-of-the-art facilities where students can dazzle audiences with art exhibits, musical performances, writings, and media productions. Students can challenge themselves and their classmates through studies of great thinkers and writers.

College Facilities

  • A 630-seat capacity Cultural Center Auditorium
  • The Monsanto Art Gallery
  • An art studio building featuring spaces for designers, painters, photographers, potters and sculptors
  • Studio classrooms for ceramics, drawing and sculpture
  • A Mac Lab for graphic designers and digital artists
  • A multipurpose greenroom studio
  • XLR Lander Radio studios featuring a vast, ever expanding music library and industry standard broadcasting equipment
  • LUX TV studio, a flexible space capable of transforming into a newsroom, a green screen studio, a sound stage and a photography studio
  • Audio recording booths
  • A video editing lab
  • Technology-infused lecture halls, recital halls, music practice rooms, and more

Did you know?

  • Lander has numerous student organizations and honor societies for students in each department of the College of Arts and Humanities.
  • Lander requires its Spanish majors to spend at least six weeks abroad in an approved program of study.  
  • Students in all majors can spend a semester studying at Lander's sister campus in Great Britain.
  • The College of Arts and Humanities regularly sponsors study tours to cultural centers like New York, London, Rome, Paris and Amsterdam.
  • Music students are encouraged to participate in Lander's musical groups, such as the Jazz, Brass, Percussion or Woodwind ensembles, as well as the University Singers and the Old Main Singers.