Alumni Relations

COAS Alumni

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Overview

The College of Arts and Sciences offers programs and courses in the traditional liberal arts disciplines. In addition to providing students with opportunities to develop skills required for the workplace or for advanced study, it seeks to foster well-rounded development of the individual. The school recognizes the role of nontraditional students at IPFW and makes special efforts to meet their needs.

Graduates of the school's baccalaureate programs should have knowledge and awareness enabling them to be effective citizens and lifelong learners. They are expected to have a working understanding of the knowledge and methodology appropriate for their discipline and should be aware of the major issues in their field and able to communicate field content effectively.

The service and research missions of the school are those appropriate to a comprehensive regional university. The school is responsible for basic-skills courses in mathematics and oral and written communication, as well as the majority of the courses fulfilling school and IPFW general-education requirements. Faculty engage in research or creative endeavor linked to their teaching as well as IPFW's role as the regional center for higher education. Through research, faculty maintain their qualifications as teachers and, in their contribution to knowledge in their disciplines, enhance the reputation of the campus. Through research and service, the school seeks to make itself a vital resource for business, industry, public and private education, the arts, and government in northeastern Indiana.

Events

Lecture Series

Other Series & Special Events

News

Endeavors

Catch up with what's happening at IPFW, your professors, current students, and much more. Read current and past issues of Endeavors.

Faculty in Focus

Our faculty are always involved in fascinating research. Check out our Faculty in Focus website to discover A&S faculty projects.

The Major Factor

Ever wondered what it's like to be an English major? Biology? Physics? Visit the Major Factor website for more!

Give Back

Are you interested in giving back to the College of Education and Public Policy? Consider giving to one of the following funds or scholarships:

  • Biological Sciences Gift Fund
  • Biology Scholarship Fund
  • Brown Ink Society
  • Arts and Sciences Gift Fund
  • Arts and Sciences Scholarship Fund
  • Chemistry Scholarship
  • Chemistry Gift Fund
  • College of Arts and Sciences Honors Banquet Gift Fund
  • Communication Sciences and Disorders
  • English and Linguistics Gift Fund
  • English and Linguistics Scholarship
  • General Studies Gift Fund
  • IPFW Foundation History Discretionary Fund
  • IPFW Foundation Mathematical Sciences Discretionary Fund
  • IPFW Foundation Communication Discretionary Fund
  • IPFW Foundation Physics Discretionary Fund
  • IPFW Foundation Women's Studies Discretionary Fund
  • Math Scholarship
  • Mike Downs Center for Indiana Politics

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Contact

Main Office

Office: Liberal Arts Building, Room 153
Office Hours:
Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.- 5 p.m.
Phone:
260-481-6160
E-mail:
COASinfo@ipfw.edu

Office Administration and Staff

Get Involved

Stay tuned for opportunities from the COAS office!