If you are curious about literature, drama, cinema, modern languages, creative writing, art,
art history, history, religion, and philosophy...
this program is for you!

Graduates from the Liberal Arts program are well prepared to succeed in university programs and then, careers in public administration, the arts, law, journalism, education, publishing, public relations and advertizing, etc.

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The Integrative Project is the summative course of the program. It provides students the opportunity to develop a research paper based
on the use of three disciplines to address a single topic.

This paper is then presented orally at the end of the last semester to an audience of friends, family, fellow students and professors. The presentation ceremony caps the program and the academic year.

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heig This popular event is held every year in the Spring. Submissions in the categories of English Prose and Poetry and French Prose and Poetry as well as drawings are judged by the members of the appropriate departments.

The winners and a wide selection of runners-up are published in our literary magazine and, in addition, the winners names are engraved on a display plaque.

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The Bacchus Players (formally the Heritage College Drama Club) stages a play every year.

The club is always looking for fresh talent, whether it be actors, directors, playwrights, stage hands, light and sound technicians, costume designers, make up artist, artistic consultants, etc.

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Upon entering the program, every student is assigned a professor who will act as a personal guide to help the student navigate the operational structures of the college and the program.

As well, the mentor provides counseling in aid of the student’s achievement of academic success. After an initial meeting is called by the mentor, the student may call on his/her mentor as needed.

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Liberal Arts social activities for the Fall semester typically include: A Potluck Party, The Performances of the Shenandoah Shakespeare group, a Pizza, Pop and Film night and a Semi-Formal, end of term dinner.

Social activities for the Winter semester typically include: The Career Day, a Guest Lecture/Reading, a Potluck Lunch, an Opera performance, the Integrative Project ceremony and the end of the year BBQ.

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Keep in touch! The Liberal Arts
Department is always interested in what you are up to! Graduates are invited to contact
Leslie Elliott , call or visit us.

Alumni are also invited to complete the Heritage College Alumni Contact Form.

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