College of Arts and Sciences


Historical and Political Studies

Expanding your horizons. Empowering citizens.

Meet Our Students

“The process of creating a globally-minded student happens just as much at home as it does abroad.”

- Natalie Marshall '16

97%

Earned Credits Abroad

Of the 65 HAPS 2016 graduates, 97% have earned credits abroad through semester-long study abroad and Global Field Study experiences.

33

Countries

HAPS 2016 graduates studied in 33 countries on six continents including Italy, France, Russia, Australia, South Africa, Sierra Leone, Mexico, Chile, China, and South Korea.

74%

Studied a Semester Abroad

Nearly three-quarters of HAPS 2016 graduates studied abroad for at least one full semester. Nineteen participated in the First-Year Study Abroad Experience.

Historical & Political Studies

Upcoming Events

25
Oct

Campus-Wide

Pages and Conversations

creative writing

Campus-Wide

Pages and Conversations

October 25, 2018

12:15pm to 1:05pm

Human Resources
Humanities Research Lab 2035 Church Rd
Glenside, PA 19038

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06
Nov

Campus-Wide

“How do we commemorate freedom?”

education

Campus-Wide

“How do we commemorate freedom?”

November 6, 2018

12:15pm to 1:05pm

Human Resources
Humanities Research Lab 450 S Easton rd
Glenside, PA 19038

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20
Nov

Art and Performance

Adaptations Film Series: The Color Purple

art

Art and Performance

Adaptations Film Series: The Color Purple

November 20, 2018

7:00pm to 10:00pm

Human Resources
2035 Church Rd.
Glenside, PA 19038

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11
Dec

Campus-Wide

Pages and Conversations

art

Campus-Wide

Pages and Conversations

December 11, 2018

12:15pm to 1:05pm

Human Resources
Humanities Research Lab 2035 Church Rd.
Glenside, PA 19038

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Historical & Political Studies

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215-572-2180