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Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters

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The College of Arts and Letters is the oldest and largest college within the University of Notre Dame. The Dean of the College of Arts and Letters is Sarah Mustillo. History The College of Arts and Letters is the oldest in the university, and it was founded in 1842 with the university itself. The University of Notre Dame College of Arts and Letters has a rich history dating back to the founding of the University of Notre Dame in 1842. At that time, the curriculum was focused on classical studies and philosophy, but as the university grew and expanded, so did the College of Arts and Letters. In 1919, the College of Arts and Letters was officially established, and over the years, it has become known for its strong programs in the humanities, social sciences, and arts. Today, the college offers over 20 majors and 30 minors, including anthropology, economics, philosophy, and studio art, and continues to be a cornerstone of the University of Notre Dame's commitment to providing
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