Making connections with faculty and getting the occasional free dinner are two of the many benefits participants receive from being part of the English, Literature and Writing LLC.
Members of the English, Literature and Writing Living and Learning Community plug into the vibrant community of scholars and writers at the University of Arkansas and in Fayetteville at large.
This LLC will provide a more personal experience with the faculty and the opportunity to study a diverse range of literature and culture. You will be invited to social events organized with English majors in mind, as well as workshops and presentations about literature, publishing, graduate school, and other topics important to you.
Explore the range of options available under the English major including: literary history and criticism, cultural studies, diverse critical perspectives, rhetoric and composition, creative writing and technical writing.
You will become masters of metaphor and heroes of hyperbole.
It is located in the Stadium Drive Residence Halls.
The English, Literature and Writing LLC is open to declared majors as well as students who are undecided but have a strong interest in the arts and humanities.
Contact Lissette Szwydky, Ph.D., assistant professor of English, for more information.
J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences