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2015-2016 Potter College Dean's Council of Students, Photo by William KolbDr. Snyder's pal Wrigley took us on a campus tour of Potter College. Follow @pcaldean to watch his adventure. #whereswrigley #pcal Photo by William KolbNeil Gaiman at WKU with Dr. David Bell.  Photo by William Kolb/Special to Potter College.SWAG Arabic with Arabic instructor Lhouie Guerwanearts calendar WKU Symphonic Band at their October 9th performance at Van Meter Hall. Photo by Jeff Smith

2015-2016 Potter College Dean's Council of Students, Photo by William Kolb

Dr. Snyder's pal Wrigley took us on a campus tour of Potter College. Follow @pcaldean to watch his adventure. #whereswrigley #pcal Photo by William Kolb

Neil Gaiman at WKU with Dr. David Bell. Photo by William Kolb/Special to Potter College.

SWAG Arabic with Arabic instructor Lhouie Guerwane

Learn how to stay involved with Potter College of Arts & Letters by checking out our calendar of events!

WKU Symphonic Band at their October 9th performance at Van Meter Hall. Photo by Jeff Smith

 

Potter College of Arts & Letters takes as its primary area of scholarly concern the study of men and women--their past, present, and future, as well as their aesthetic expression, metaphysical concerns, and social interaction. The College prepares students to enter a wide range of careers and programs of advanced study. A diverse and distinguished faculty provides excellent instruction in some twenty disciplines in the humanities, social sciences, and visual and performing arts. The twelve departments combined offer some 27 majors and 32 minors, including five interdisciplinary programs. And in cooperation with Graduate Studies, the college offers graduate degrees in most departments. In addition, Potter College plays an important role in the university's Colonnade program. Are you #livingPCAL?

2015-2016 Arts @ WKU Calendar

 

What's coming up in the Potter College of Arts & Letters? Take a look!

 

The New Works Festival takes place on April 14-19, 2016, in the Gordon Wilson Hall Lab Theatre. Admission is free, though donations are accepted.

new works festival

 

It's that time of year again: It's Time to Sing! Don't miss the Symphony and the South Central Kentucky Choral Society perform during a memorable night of Verdi and Mozart. The performance takes place in Van Meter Hall on Friday, April 29, at 7:30 p.m. For more information about the event and to purchase your tickets, please click here.

 

The WKU Department of Theatre and Dance presents An Evening of Dance on April 29-May 2, 2016 in FAC's Russell H. Miller Theatre. Purchase your tickets and reserve your seats here.  

 evening of dance

 

On May 11th, from 12:00 p.m. to 1:00 p.m. in FAC 166, Potter College is hosting a graduation celebration for our seniors. Students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to attend for refreshments, conversation, activities, and a cap-decorating contest. Winners of the contest will receive a special Potter College graduation gift!

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