The College of Humanities and Social Science seeks to create everyday leaders and life-long learners. Through superior teaching, experiential experiences, and educational activities that promote and encourage critical and creative thinking, students have the opportunity to develop into productive, responsible citizens. Because it is essential to the educational process, HSS also encourages a sense of “community” wherein collaboration, diversity, respect for all people, civility, and shared governance are cultivated. As the premier liberal arts college in the intermountain west, HSS provides the individual freedom for students to find and follow the passion that will allow them to excel in their careers, their community, and their families.
- Bryce Christensen's essay "The Meaning of Measure" -- a review of three books by poet and literary scholar James Matthew Wilson -- appeared in the Fall 2015 issue of Modern Age.
- General Education is Getting a Facelift at Southern Utah University
- Dr. Shobha Hamal Gurung has published a book titled "Nepali Migrant Women Resistance and Survival in America".
- Women and Gender Studies Conference: "Environmental Justice, Partnerships, and Science"
October 22, 2015