School expanded its musical offering by establishing the Gospel
The Hutchins School of Liberal Studies established a four-semester,
web-based Degree Completion Program for working
adults that includes monthly all-day seminars. This program,
which is offered through the School of Extended Education, has
been highly successful, enrolling 10-20 students each year since
French 17, edited by French Professor
Suzanne Toczyski, was awarded the “Prix Web 17”
for journals published in 2002. Recipients of this award are
selected by a vote of internal scholars of French 17th century
The English Department published
three professional and student publications: Virginia Woolf
Miscellany, Zaum and Volt.
with the School of Education, the Hutchins School created
a “blended program” that allows
students to receive both a B.A. in Liberal Studies and an
Elementary Teaching Credential in four years.
Under the leadership of Professor Francisco Vazquez,
the Hutchins School received a CAMP grant to support students
from migrant families who are enrolled at
SSU and local community colleges.
SSU hosted the international Virginia
Woolf Conference in 2002.