Spanish is one the most widely spoken languages in the world.

Over 45 million people speak Spanish in the US, where it's the second language of business.

Engage with this global community at home and abroad.

A rich and vibrant Spanish program and community

A Spanish major or minor is a very smart choice. We prepare global citizens who are ready for today's and tomorrow's challenges.

60 Spanish majors and minors form a close-knit and dynamic community of globally minded individuals.

Hundreds of students in other majors choose Spanish for language competency classes.

Lawrentians engage with Spanish-speaking communities in Spain, Latin America, and the US through classes, co-curriculars, study abroad, and internships.

Spanish students acquire 21st century skills in the form of advanced language fluency, cultural understanding, and intercultural competency.

An interdisciplinary and global curriculum

Spanish majors and minors study a rich offer of cultural and social topics with faculty from Spain, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, and the United States.

Classes include language, literature, film and visual media, art history, current events and politics, linguistics, translation, gender studies, and more.

Learning outside the classroom

See the full calendar of events HERE. Follow us on Facebook or Twitter.

¡VIVA! and Spanish

The Spanish Department is a strong supporter of ¡VIVA!, the student organization dedicated to the promotion and celebration of Hispanic, Latin American, and Latino cultures on campus.

Success after Lawrence

Spanish alumni pursue a variety of careers in the public and private sectors. Many earn graduate and professional degrees at prestigious national and international institutions.  Students and recent graduates also receive regular recognition in the form of Fulbright scholarships, Rotary Club Ambassador scholarships, and other competitive awards.

Contact us

Email Rosa Tapia at rosa.tapia@lawrence.edu or call +1 (920) 832-6682.

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