The Lourdes University College of Arts and Sciences offers students several academic resources. Students are encouraged to take full advantage of these opportunities.
Art majors and students enrolled in art courses appreciate the art studios for creating 2-D and 3-D art. Printmaking, ceramic and painting studios are located in the Canticle Center and Mother Adelaide Hall.
The art gallery located in the Canticle Center atrium is the perfect place for students to display their individual and senior exhibits.
Housed in the Duns Scotus Library, the Father Jim Bacik Archives offer undergraduate and graduate theology majors a treasure trove of material from this well-known theologian.
Music minors and students enrolled in music courses enjoy the acoustic Canticle Center music rooms designed to enhance their studies.
The Science Resource Room (SRR) is located in Mother Adelaide Hall next to the science labs. It houses Lourdes’ extensive Anatomy and Physiology model collection as well as additional specimens from the natural and physical sciences. Students can utilize a microscopy practice area, computer stations and reference materials. This full scale space provides an ideal setting for students to study for lab exams individually or in groups.
The Department of Chemistry and Physical Sciences and the Lourdes University Center for Science Education and the Environment offer young scientists annual summer camps. Education, Biology and Environmental Science students assist in teaching these talented young scientists.
The Tau has been in existence since 1959. Historically, The Tau has been a faculty-led initiative featuring creative writing and visual artwork from writers across the globe. Today, a select group of English and other College of Arts and Sciences majors play a prominent role in the selection and publication process.