Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies
One of the original departments founded when Bryn Mawr opened in 1885, Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies has a rich history at Bryn Mawr and beyond.
From its early days, Bryn Mawr has had an international reputation in Classical languages, and the College is home to a lively community of undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty members interested in Classical subjects.
There are four different tracks for undergraduates who wish to major within our department: Classical Culture and Society, Classical Language, Greek, and Latin.
More information about Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies offerings and opportunities is available on Inside Bryn Mawr.
Private Lives of Old Books
This exhibition looks for traces of individual users of manuscripts and early printed books written in Latin during the Middle Ages, now held in Special Collections at Bryn Mawr College.
Greek major, A.B.
Latin major, A.B.
Classical Languages major, A.B.
Classical Culture and Society major, A.B.
Classical Culture and Society minor
A.B./M.A. in Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies
Students have an opportunity to earn their undergraduate and graduate degree in Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies in 4 to 5 years.
Learn more about Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies graduate work at Bryn Mawr