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The Undergraduate College of Arts, Culture and Humanities (ACH) offers students a community dedicated to a shared interest in creative expression and exploration. ACH encourages students to think about the ways in which art and culture are present in our everyday lives and the power they have to influence, enrich, and transform us. Members of the ACH community are encouraged to develop and expand their creative potential, to think critically about the intersections of knowledge and experience, and to cultivate an intellectual imagination.


ACH Offerings


ACH Seminars

ACH First-Year Seminars

The First-Year Seminar 101 is a 1-credit course that supports first-year students in their transition to University life - academically, personally, and socially. The course aims to foster a sense of belonging; promote curricular and co-curricular engagement; help students clarify their plan and purpose; and involve students in a dialogue on social responsibility and inclusion. View Courses

Tabler Quad

Tabler Quad

Each Undergraduate College is housed in a specific residential area called a quad, which includes a dedicated Center for seminars, programs, and activities. ACH is part of Tabler Quad.

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Tabler Center for Arts, Culture and Humanities

Tabler Center for Arts, Culture, and Humanities

The Tabler Center for Arts, Culture, and Humanities includes performing arts space, practice rooms for musicians, and a recording studio.

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Media Arts Academy

Media Arts Academy

In addition to offerings from the Media Minor and Journalism Minor, Media Arts will include projects connected to a variety of student media organizations (WUSB-FM, 3TV, Statesman, Stony Brook Press, Blackworld, en Accion, Shelanu, Specula, Society of Professional Journalists) and programs sponsored by the Martin Buskin Committee on Campus Journalism.

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