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D'Youville College's commitment to "educating students for life" has its foundation in the liberal arts.

Professor Craig Tyson teaching a class in religious studies.

Liberal Arts

Intellectual skills such as analytical thinking and problem-solving are critical in today's rapidly changing world.

A liberally educated person needs exposure, in breadth and depth, to the humanities and the social sciences. Employers increasingly seek graduates who have more than a narrow, technical focus.

Learning to communicate effectively, work collaboratively in teams and assess personal values are additional benefits of the liberal arts.

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09.21
Finalists for D'Youville College Presidency Scheduled for Campus Visits

Four candidates for the presidency of D'Youville College will be on campus late September and early October, as the process of selecting the...

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09.21
D'Youville Professor Wins National Book Award

Dr. Julia Hall, professor of Educational Leadership and Policy at D'Youville College, is the recipient of the prestigious American Education...

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