College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities (CASSH)

Dean's Office-College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities

The CASSH Dean’s Office is open Monday-Friday. If the office is currently closed, we are either in a meeting or unable to assist you at the moment.  Even when staffed, we will have limited office staff in the office due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We will respond to your requests; however; our response time may be a bit delayed due to remote limitations.

Thank you for understanding. Please contact us through our individual email addresses or the main email address: or at 608-785-8113.

Last modified: 02/01/2021

Your Key To Global Citizenship

CASSH Key to Global Citizenship


The College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities (CASSH) helps students develop into global citizens prepared to solve the complex issues of the 21st century. CASSH provides students with innovative curriculum and strong connections with faculty and staff to continually develop critical thinking skills, communication, problem-solving, and the ability to work in teams. In other words, students who major and minor in CASSH possess the skills employers seek.

CASSH prepares students for the flexibility necessary to be successful in multiple careers and for jobs that don't yet exist.


Fast facts

4 of 5 employers

agree that all students should acquire broad knowledge in the liberal arts and sciences (AAC&U, 2014).

93% of employers

say that learning to think critically, communicate clearly, and solve complex problems is more important than a student's major (AAC&U, 2014).

3 of 4 employers

would encourage young people to pursue a liberal arts education for career success in today's global economy (AAC&U, 2013).

96% of employers

want ethical judgment and integrity as well as the ability to work with people from diverse backgrounds in their future employees (AAC&U, 2013).