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Find Your Future in the Department of English and World Languages

The Department of English and World Languages provides students with opportunities to develop the professional skills and liberal arts education necessary for successful careers, humane values, and lifelong learning.

Our students learn to communicate effectively in English and several world languages. They are able to draw on intradisciplinary and interdisciplinary bodies of knowledge to better understand literature, languages, and world cultures. Through both course offerings and co-curricular activities, our programs foster the development of reading, writing, critical thinking, analysis, and research skills. Degrees in English and World Languages prepare students for diverse, meaningful, and long-lasting careers.


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English & World Languages

Summerville Campus

Allgood Hall

Suite E-227


Mailing Address: 1120 15th Street, AH-E227 Augusta, GA 30912

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Come help Augusta University’s Writers Weekend celebrate 10th anniversary 

Writers Weekend, a conference for readers and writers, celebrates its 10th anniversary by inviting Elissa Bassist and Chris Belden to take part in the theme, “Laughter as Medicine.”


Augusta University continues virtual World Languages Speaker Series

“Students who speak one of the languages highlighted get to see themselves reflected in our campus programming and see that language learning involves more than vocabulary and grammar tests,” said Seretha Williams, chair and professor of English. 

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Friends, former colleagues remember late Augusta State University President Emeritus William A. Bloodworth Jr.

Former Augusta State University President William A. Bloodworth Jr., who oversaw Augusta College’s transition to Augusta State University, passed away on Monday, Aug. 29 at 79.

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Augusta University lecturer talks hip-hop and Kendrick Lamar

If the Super Bowl halftime show in 2022 did anything, it showed that rap and hip-hop are now as household friendly as rock, country and pop.

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