When you study a foreign language, you broaden your understanding of the world and enhance your global career opportunities.
Our beautiful 322-acre campus is in close proximity to Washington, D.C., home to Embassy Row and a host of international agencies and organizations.
Students majoring or minoring in a foreign language are strongly urged to spend time in a country where the chosen language is spoken. The department enthusiastically supports programs offered through the university's Study Abroad Office. Choose from an exciting variety of options, including faculty-led programs, exchange, and affiliate programs.
Practice speaking with your peers and gain a more in-depth knowledge of countries and cultures by joining a foreign language honor society. Active chapters include Pi Delta Phi - French Honor Society, Gamma Kappa Alpha - Italian Honor Society, and Sigma Delta Pi - Spanish Honor Society.
The department offers a number of scholarships to students who show academic promise. Learn more about available funding.