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Larimer Rhetoric, Languages And Philosophy Department

The Rhetoric, Languages and Philosophy Department seeks to foster students’ understanding of themselves and the world through mastery of language and communication skills, including critical thinking and artistic expression. Many of the classes will transfer to a four-year college or university. The Associate of Arts is ideal for students who plan to major in an academic program at a four-year institution. See A.A. degree requirements.

Academic Programs within our Department

Department Resources and Activities

Foreign Language Lab

The Second and Foreign Languages Tutoring Lab is open to students taking Arabic, English as a Second Language, Russian, or Spanish courses who need help working on conversational and writing skills.

Location

Learning Opportunity Center - Blanca Peak 102
See building map

Hours

  • Hours vary by semester, and are offered between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 p.m.
  • Schedules with specific days and times are available:

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Writing Across the Curriculum

Writing Tips and Resources
A Guide to Writing Well
Dartmouth Writing Program
George Orwell’s Guide to Writing Well
Purdue’s Online Writing Lab
The Elements of Style by William Strunk
Tips for Writing and Editing

Style Guides
APA and MLA Citation Examples
The Economist Style Guide

Style Sheets by Subject
Anthropology
Criminal Justice
History
Music
Nursing
Philosophy

Other
How to cite musical items using Chicago Style Guide

Contact Us
DEPARTMENT ASSISTANT

Tamra McEvoy

DEPARTMENT CHAIR

Shawna Van


Contact Faculty
Communication

Erica Delgadillo

Creative Writing

Blair Oliver 

English

Marissa Campbell

Amy Holly

William Foster

Mark Hussey

Liz Jackson

Kerri Mitchell

Matt Stilwell

Amy Sutcliffe

Shawna Van

Foreign Languages

Miriam Carrasquel-Nagy

Liliana Castro  

Philosophy

Alyson Huff 

Chad Kerst

Eric Salahub  

Second & Foreign Languages

Liliana Castro