Department of Foreign Languages & Philosophy

Latin American & Iberian Film Series every Tuesday night March 18–April 8! Film screenings are free and open to the public. All films will be shown in their original language with English subtitles. 3/18/14: En construccion (Under construction). 3/25/14: Tales of Masked Men. 4/1/14: Nueve reinas (Nine Queens). 4/8/14: Orfeu negro (Black Orpheus). Location: GC 109 at 6pm each night.

Study in France, Austria, or Spain this summer.

Practice your French or Spanish at our Language Tables.

ENCUENTROS meets every Wednesday during the regular school year at 6:30 p.m. in BC 202. Come to Encuentros, where native Spanish speakers and native English speakers help each other learn, practice, and improve their language skills!

Earn Foreign Language Credits via Testing or an Upper-level Course. Refer to the linked document for more information about your options and the process for purchasing credits. If you've had previous coursework or experience in Spanish, French, or German and would like to proceed directly to an upper level class, please follow these instructions for obtaining a prerequisite override. First, print the Add/Drop form located at http://suu.edu/ss/registrar/student-forms.html (sixth link from the bottom of the page). Complete, sign, and scan the form. Next, attach the form to an email to the professor who teaches the requested class. Explain who you are and how you are qualified. If approved, the professor and Department Chair will sign and the form will be sent to the Registrar's Office for registration in the class.

Congratulations to our outstanding students who received awards for academic achievement from the College of Humanities & Social Sciences! 2014 graduates Dayci Patterson, Spanish/Overall Department of Foreign Languages & Philosophy award recipient; Goldilu Despain, German; James Jordan Greenwell, French; and Justin King, Philosophy. We wish them all continued success in future endeavors.

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Left to Right: Dayci Patterson, Goldilu Despain, Jordan Greenwell, and Justin King