Fall 2015 Registration for UG Majors
Dissertations for Review
Department Bylaws (revised January 2014)
Barnes and Noble website
Bookstore phone: 412.434.6626
Through Faculty Enlight
By emailing the Textbook manager: Alyson Clover
By filling out the form below and delivering it to the bookstore.
Please copy your order or email to our Graduate Assistant, Anna (email@example.com).
Desk copy and Exam copy policies may differ. Please check the Publisher's website or talk to a representative for more information.
Some publishers charge for Exam copies. These charges are not covered by the department.
Barnes & Noble does not offer free desk copies (this includes Barnes & Noble publications).
If you do not want to place the desk copy order yourself, you can also email all information (Title, Author, Publisher and ISBN-13) to Anna for her to place the order.
- please fill out Report of Business Expense and send to Nora as an attachment; all original receipts are needed for reimbursement
Please note: The Dean's office will reimburse ahead of time for airfare ONLY, if you can show that it has already been paid.
Graduate Student Information
UCOR 101/102 classes
UCOR 101-Thinking & Writing Across the Curriculum
UCOR 102- Imaginative Literature & Critical Writing
First Class Writing Contest
Congratulations to our winners and their instructors!
1st prize: "A Warped Teenage Brain: The Impact of Technology in the Classroom" by Samantha Studvick (Ava Cipri)
2nd prize: "Financial Literacy: A Misunderstanding at Duquesne University" by James Papiano (Lindsey Albracht)
3rd prize: "Living Connected to Oneself, Others, and One's Cellphone - Yes, Maggie Jackson, It Is Possible" by Shannon Small (Matt Ussia)
1st prize: "California: The Land of Broken Dreams" by Laura Smith (Mike Begnal)
2nd prize: "Beauty vs. Intellect: A Woman's Search for Identity" by Katlyn Rop (Marcie Rovan)
3rd prize: "The Grass Isn't Always Greener on the Other Side: Coraline's Journey to the Other Side" by Isabella Martinez (Jess McCort)
First Class is now available to view online!
Graduate Programs Self-Study Report 2015
Ph.D. Self Study Documents- 2007
Undergraduate Self-Study Documents
Boston College--approximately 900 majors
Notre Dame--approximately 300 majors
Catholic U.--70 majors
St. Louis U--150 majors
Our Major totals: