The value of a liberal arts education is not only in the topics we study, but also the skills we develop. Our classes instill the ability to think critically and independently, to write and reason, and to communicate clearly, all lifelong assets to Longhorn students. Achieving excellence in education and in research, our faculty are making contributions that are transforming lives.
There is so much of which to be proud in the College of Liberal Arts. I invite you to read our 2015-16 Annual Impact Report and see what your support makes possible on the Forty Acres and beyond.
Randy L. Diehl, Dean
David Bruton, Jr. Regents Chair in Liberal Arts