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Undergraduate Programs

Prospective students instereted in pursuing a major in Slavic languages and literatures should apply through Undergraduate Admissions.

Natasha Ruser's awardOfficial information about the department's offerings for undergraduate students should be viewed in our entry in the College of Arts and Sciences Academic Bulletin.

Indiana University offers Overseas Study opportunities for Slavic Languages and Literatures students, including the CIEE Semester at St. Petersburg State University and CIEE Summer at St. Petersburg State University.

IU's newest student residence hall, the Global Village Living-Learning Center, opened in August, 2004. The Village, a joint project of the College of Arts and Sciences and Residential Programs and Services, will be home to about 150 undergraduates with international academic interests.

For further information, contact the department's Director of Undergraduate Studies, Dr. Jeffrey Holdeman, 812-855-2608, Ballantine Hall 502, e-mail: jeffhold@indiana.edu.