Two students working on a project at a table in Arabic Class

Arabic Language & Culture Classes

Arabic Language and Culture is a class offered to adult learners from a variety of disciplines. This is a non-credit class that covers the people, the language and cultures of the Middle East, North-Africa, and South and Central Asia. If your interests are living and working abroad, then studying Modern Standards Arabic (MSA) is a demand in the global job market.

Classes are not currently being offered, but please check back regularly for updates.

A half dozen people seated cozily around a small table engaged in discussion at Arabic Club.

Arabic Club

The Arabic Club aims to create a space to share, expand, and promote Arabic language and culture. The club allows students of the Arabic language, culture, history, and politics to push further into their interests and studies in those areas. It is organized to foster an appreciation for the Arabic language for members of Arabic learning and speaking communities. Meetings take place every week and include a variety of activities: Guest speakers, cultural presentations, and more. Information about our events and meetings can be found on our Facebook page below.

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Last Updated: March 21, 2022