Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities

Studying the Past to Thrive in the Present and Build a Better Future

At UWF, we celebrate the arts, social sciences, and humanities as central to a cutting-edge education.


These disciplines study people. They develop well-educated, imaginative, inquisitive, communicative, adaptable, and empathetic graduates ready to demonstrate the 21st Century skills necessary to succeed in today's workplace. Students work collaboratively with engaging faculty in small class settings to hone their critical thinking, oral and written communication, project management, and professional development. They spend time thinking and writing, reading and discussing, observing and performing -- qualities that set them apart from their peers in the marketplace. The College of Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities believes these skills endure and set students up to be lifetime learners no matter where their journey beyond UWF takes them.


CASSH News


Argos For Peace

#ArgosForPeace

UWF stands in solidarity with the Orlando community and members of the University of Central Florida community by the tragic events that took place on Sunday morning. Our thoughts and condolences are with all the victims, their families, friends, first responders and others who have been affected.

As Argonauts, we value and celebrate the unique characteristics of each member of our community as well as the commonalities we share. UWF Counseling and Psychological Services is available to provide free counseling to students and the Dean of Students Office is available to all students who need assistance. For more information, visit UWF Dean of Students and UWF Counseling & Psychological Services. Read more at the UWF Newsroom


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Tom Garner, Research Assistant

UWF Announces Luna Discovery

Site of First Multi-year European Settlement in the U.S. Identified by University of West Florida Archaeology Program

The University of West Florida archaeology program recently identified the archaeological site of the Luna settlement – the first multi-year European settlement in the United States – in a developed neighborhood in Pensacola. The artifacts discovered are evidence of the Spanish settlement by Tristán de Luna y Arellano from 1559 to 1561, the earliest multi-year European colonial settlement ever archaeologically identified in the United States.

Read more at the UWF Newsroom, and for full coverage, including the Luna history and the UWF Luna Settlement Media Kit, visit uwf.edu/luna


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