The James S. Constantine Library of Classical Studies, a reference and reading room for Classics graduate students, undergraduate majors, and faculty, is housed in the Department. All majors receive keys to the Library, which contains nearly three thousand texts, commentaries, and other reference books, as well as computers for general use. Thanks to donations from alumni and friends of the Department, the collection is kept up to date. There is 24-hour access to the Constantine Library.
The Classics Club is a University organization of students interested in classical antiquity. The Club sponsors social and academic events for the classical community.
Lectures: Majors and all students interested in the Classics are invited and welcome to the full program of lectures each year by prominent visiting faculty and by members of our own classical community. Such lectures are sponsored by the Departments of Classics, Art, History, and Philosophy.
E-Mail List: There is an e-mail list specifically for classics majors, and in this way majors are kept informed of lectures, special events, and job opportunities in many areas both in and outside of Classics.