College of Humanities


A Vision for Humanitites

At the University of Arizona, the College of Humanities is thriving. Thanks to a transformative $5.4 million  gift  from  alumni  Jacquelynn and Bennett Dorrance to endow the deanship, the college is poised to continue growing. The gift is celebrated as one of the largest gifts to a humanities college anywhere in the nation.

New Scholarship for Students Learning Greek Language, Civilization, Culture

The James P. Sfarnas Hellenic Studies Scholarship supports students studying Greek language, civilization, and culture in the School of Anthropology in the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences or in the Department of Religious Studies and Classics in the College of Humanities.

New Gift Supports Religious Studies for Health Professionals

A $50,000 commitment from Dr. Ross Schwartzberg will establish a new scholarship for UA students majoring in Religious Studies for Health Professionals, as well as an annual lecture series focusing on health and religion.

New Scholarship Dedicated to Students Double Majoring in Humanities and Science

The Dante S. Lauretta and M. Katherine Crombie Award is the first interdisciplinary scholarship of its kind at the University of Arizona. Applicants must have declared either a major or minor in both the College of Humanities and the College of Science. Full-time juniors, seniors or graduate students are eligible.

New Scholarship for Applied Humanities Majors to Honor M. André Goodfriend

The UA College of Humanities is establishing a scholarship in honor of 2018 Alumnus of the Year M. André Goodfriend, to support students in the new Applied Humanities major.