Facilities and Classrooms
Our English faculty and staff have offices on the third floor of Lubbers Hall, where many of our classes are held.
Its convenient location puts us right in the middle of campus life, with easy access to dining halls, student housing and our student center. We teach in a variety of buildings and rooms catered to student and teaching needs.
Built in 1942, Lubbers Hall is one of the oldest buildings on campus. Recent interior renovations and charming Dutch-influenced architecture make it the perfect place for students to study English, history, political science, philosophy and religion. Learn more.
A degree in English puts students at the crux of the Arts and Humanities. We enjoy integrating gorgeous and purposeful spaces such as the Van Wylen Library, the Theil Center and the Kruizenga Art Museum into our courses and research.
Van Wylen Library
With more than 370,000 volumes and nearly 50,000 electronic journals, the Van Wylen Library is the researching and writing hub of campus. Completed in 1988, the building houses the Klooster Center for Excellence in Writing, the Cup & Chaucer café, the Digital Media Lab and over 100 librarians and student assistants. Learn more.