The College of Liberal and Fine Arts has a threefold mission.
First, we provide the majority of courses for the core curriculum through our offerings in communications, the fine arts, the humanities and the social sciences.
Second, we offer educational and professional training to our majors which enables them to take their place as productive members of their chosen professions.
Third, the college aligns itself with the university's mission by promoting excellence in teaching and scholarly research and publication.
We further engage in service by producing cultural programs and participating in out-of-class endeavors which will benefit our students, the university and our surrounding communities.
Tarleton professor of history, Dr. Christopher E. Guthrie, recently received his Texas A&M University System Regents Professor Award. Pictured (l-r) are spouse of the honoree Dr. Teresa Davidian, A&M System board of regents chairman Phil Adams, Dr. Guthrie and board vice chairman Cliff Thomas. Read more about this!
Message from the Dean
News & Events
- Apply Today for a Washington D.C. Congressional Internship!
- Ultra Club's Big Band Dance Set
- Professors of piano, violin partner for Valentine's Day recital
- Tarleton Brass Day February 8th
- Cecile Licad to headline Tarleton's 10th Annual Piano Festival
- Tarleton Art Faculty Exhibit
International Programs and Study Abroad Coordinator
"My favorite thing about Tarleton are all the warm people that make up the campus. Tarleton offers a great feeling of inclusion and helpfulness everywhere you go."