We live, work and study in a world where immediacy is demanded and earth’s population interacts globally. In this world, an education rooted in the principles of Arts and Letters has never been more relevant or valuable.
Through programs of study in Communication, Humanities, Languages and Literature, Music, Philosophy and Religion and Theatre Arts, our students learn to think critically and communicate effectively.
Whatever path you choose after graduation … a network newsroom, the stage or concert hall, graduate or professional school; a career in downtown Fort Worth or downtown Buenos Aires … the skills you develop at Texas Wesleyan to understand and to be understood will lead to your success.
Students in the School of Arts and Letters get involved because learning takes place inside and outside the classroom.
Learning takes place in the classroom when one is challenged by thoughtful discussion centered on new knowledge, new ideas and new ways of looking at our global neighbors.
Learning takes place outside the classroom with each new experience. Performing in a play. Studying abroad for a semester. Editing the University’s literary journal.
We believe there are no limitations on learning. We also believe there are no limitations of opportunities for individuals who think critically.
Welcome to a world without limitations. Welcome to Texas Wesleyan University’s School of Arts and Letters.
Hanshaw will work with the dean of the School of Arts and Letters on a number of priorities, including assessment, program self-study audits, international programming and more. Additionally, Hanshaw will lead the QEP program.
Did you know?
99% of entering
receive scholarships and/or
A faculty member for 25 years,
Dr. DeLotto is also the creator and
general editor for the
Texas Wesleyan University
Press, the university’s
School of Arts & Letters
Location: PUMC 256
Hours: Mon - Th
8am - 5pm