Civil Engagement Can Make a Difference
Laura Clark, ’13, heard an invitation to go to Guatemala while sitting in a lecture at the College at Brockport. She took it to heart. Learn how her Brockport education helped her make a difference in the lives of children in Guatemala.
The Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at Brockport offers students the opportunity to study a variety of languages, literatures and cultures within a dynamic and challenging environment. Students acquire knowledge, skills, and attitudes that are necessary in the workplace and develop the analytic skills needed to be effective participants in local and national discussions. Studying languages at Brockport in the context of history, politics, and popular culture can help students to follow international events with insight and opens up perspectives to make students informed and responsible citizens of their country and of the world. Learn more about what we offer.
"What can I do with this major?"
This is a popular question that demands a practical answer. Come to Tower 113 this Friday at 12:15 and meet a Brockport alum who can tell you exactly what awaits you with a degree from the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures.
Hilton-native Steve Farrington graduated with a B.A. in French and has spent his adult life traveling and teaching. As a full time professor of French and Spanish at Monroe Community College he has turned his specialization in language into a lifelong job.
Please join him and learn from his brilliant example.
Free Pizza and Soda for all who attend.
Department of Modern Languages and Cultures