The Summer 2021 issue of Statement Magazine highlights the work of alumni, faculty, staff and students in the Caudill College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences. 

The Caudill College consists of these schools and departments: 

Programs in the college offer students a liberal arts background and a gateway toward any number of career paths.  

Faculty and staff in the college prioritize student success and prepare students to pursue career and graduate school opportunities. Students have opportunities to study abroad, complete and present research, and participate in creative productions and service projects.  

In 1994, the Caudill College of Humanities was named in honor of the late Daniel Boone Caudill, former judge and businessman in Elliott and Rowan counties, his wife Rosetta Proctor Caudill, and their descendants. The college naming recognizes the Caudill family’s longstanding support of educational attainment and the cultural development in the region.  

To learn more about programs in the Caudill College, visit