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  • Students Who Major in History

    • are part of a diverse community of young men and women who learn and develop skills that prepare them to understand the world and succeed in life.
    • work closely with supportive and distinguished faculty throughout their four years at the college.
    • complete research in far away places such as London, Scotland, Spain, China, Italy, Greece, South Africa, and Ireland, as well as in Washington, D.C. and such states as California, New Mexico, Florida, New York, Illinois, and many others.
    • plan and carry out professional historical exhibits at locations all around the campus. Student exhibits occupy space in Placid Hall, the Gristmill, and in the Foster and Muriel McCarl Coverlet Gallery.
    • go on to graduate school at places such as: Villanova University, George Washington University, Michigan State University, Kings College, London, University of Leeds, England, North Carolina State University, Lehigh University, West Virginia University, Duquesne University, University of Washington, American University, and Drexel University among others.
    • study law at Indiana University, Bloomington, University of Pittsburgh, Penn State University, Washington and Lee University, University of Dayton, and many others
    • teach at school districts around the country, including such places as Los Angeles, Maryland, Virginia, Florida, and Ohio, as well as more local districts such as Latrobe, Seneca Valley, Peters Township, Derry
    • work in a variety of fields, including banking, manufacturing, museums and archives, and federal, state, and local governments, as well as a myriad of others.