Join us to develop aptitudes and interests suitable for many callings and careers: law, teaching at the secondary, college or university level, politics, ministry, journalism, theatre, design, public service, corporate employment, educational and cultural tourism, museum work, and others. Our faculty members are diverse in background and highly qualified with credentials from research universities and study in settings ranging from London, England and Seville, Spain to Serampore, India.
Our programs specialize in interdisciplinary work, small classes, international and domestic travel for field experience programs, and an emphasis on the exchange of ideas in a collegial atmosphere. Students in the Noonkester School enjoy opportunities that include travel, internships, study abroad, undergraduate research projects, master’s study, and a range of honor societies and campus publications.
The concerns of the Noonkester School reflect the broad and intensive interests of our namesake William Carey. There are even opportunities for hands-on work with the acclaimed Carey Center, one of the world’s leading museum repositories for original materials and artifacts related to Eighteenth Century Britain and Nineteenth Century India. You can join many others in discovering your intellectual and expressive capacities in the Noonkester School of Arts and Letters.