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Dr. Melissa Schaub's New Book
Provost David Ward congratulates Dr. Wendy Pearce Miller on her 10 years of service to UNCP.
Provost David Ward congratulates Dr. Wendy Pearce Miller on her 10 years of service to UNCP.
Provost David Ward congratulates Dr. Melissa Schaub on her 15 years of service to UNCP.
Provost David Ward congratulates Dr. Melissa Schaub on her 15 years of service to UNCP.
Provost David Ward congratulates Sara Oswald on her 30 years of service to UNCP.
Provost David Ward congratulates Sara Oswald on her 30 years of service to UNCP.
Deana Johnson and Amy Williams (center) and UNCP students host a reading party at R.B. Dean Elementary School in Maxton, NC.
Professors Deana Johnson and Amy Williams (center) and UNCP students host a reading party at R.B. Dean Elementary School in Maxton, NC.
Dead Author Night Group Photo
UNCP students and professors gathered Oct. 31 to read works by dead authors.
Dr. Scott Hicks and workshop at Spring Hill Middle
Dr. Scott Hicks and his students hold a workshop at Spring Hill Middle School.
Autumn Lauzon's ENG 1050 LLC class
Professor Autumn Lauzon's Leadership Living Learning Community volunteered at the Salvation Army in Fayetteville. (Photo courtesy of Autumn Lauzon)

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The English Program

Welcome to the English Program at the University of North Carolina Pembroke! Whether you intend to study literature, teach English, or write creatively or professionally for a living,  you can tailor our degree programs to meet your career goals! 

In our undergraduate and graduate programs, students and faculty get to know each other well. We cap undergraduate courses at 20 students so that faculty can work one-on-one with students and provide quality feedback in a timely manner. Our low student-to-faculty ratio fosters a safe learning environment and encourages large- and small-group student discussions and questions. 

Our program also offers many opportunities for students to practice what they've learned in their courses. Students publish their writing in our departmental publicationsintern at professional work sites, present at conferences, and network with peers in student organizations.