Our community of students and scholars works together to study over two thousand years of ancient and medieval history, literature, archaeology, and art. We are interested in classics, patristics, and the relationship of the classical era to the Christian tradition, and we teach both language and non-language courses on the Greco-Roman world.
Our Academic ProgramsWe invite you to deepen your understanding of human history and culture by pursuing an undergraduate or advanced degree in Classics, Classical Humanities, or Classical Civilization.
FacultyCUA's wide-ranging interest in antiquity means that you may study ancient and medieval languages, literatures, history, art, archaeology, philosophy, and theology with faculty members from both inside and outside the Department of Greek and Latin.
Departmental News and EventsOur department hosts a wide variety of lectures, seminars, and social events throughout the year — as do the programs with which we cooperate.