Tutoring, translation, and leading writing groups in the community are a few of the ways students apply their literature and language skills beyond the world of Hendrix.
Internships and field experiences provide valuable professional experience at publishing houses, magazines, and literary organizations.
In this select cohort program, students from all majors receive dedicated funding and mentorship to pursue their passions in literature and language.
Students hone their writing, editing, and analytical skills in pop-up projects and discussion groups on topics in literature and language.
A student reading series, interactive craft workshops, and writing groups build on what student writers learn in the classroom and helps their creative writing to shine.
Mentored by faculty, students attend and present at literary conferences and conduct their own research in literary archives and libraries around the world.
Language Enrichment Activities on Campus-Game nights, festive meals, Language House, and conversation hours enhance the classroom study of languages at Hendrix.
Playwriting, Directing, and Dramatic Literature-Students explore the literature of the theater through intensive experiences in script writing, dramaturgy, staged readings, and mentorship.
When poets, novelists, nonfiction writers, playwrights, and literary scholars come to campus, they not only give public readings but also visit classes and talk to students in small-group settings.
Study and immersion abroad spurs language proficiency and promotes cultural understanding for language students.