Educating Hearts and Minds

For nearly 70 years, Stonehill graduates have made an impact in law and government, the STEM fields, education, the arts, and humanities, as well as in corporate and nonprofit work. Stonehill’s May School of Arts & Sciences encourages students to explore their full potential through thoughtful coursework and experiential learning.

The School fosters a strong liberal arts foundation, with an emphasis on developing global awareness. Students are empowered to think creatively and critically as they prepare for success and leadership in their chosen fields. The result is intellectually adaptable graduates who can anticipate change as well as recognize and seize opportunities for growth and impact.  

Deeper Learning Through Multifaceted Understanding

With the creation of the newly established May School of Arts & Sciences, the faculty and each department collaborate to make connections across disciplines, helping students view their fields of study from multiple perspectives. A focus on leadership gives graduates a competitive advantage and positions them to thrive no matter where life takes them.

Double Major or Minor Across Schools

Stonehill College students may declare up to two majors in addition to having one or more minors. These two majors can be across both the May School of Arts & Sciences and the Meehan School of Business. This allows students to enhance their well-rounded liberal arts education and facilitates intellectual growth. All students at Stonehill College have the option to pursue a discipline at either school, including if they decide to change majors.

New Academic & Welcome Center

State-of-the-Art Facilities
Completed in fall 2018, the Thomas and Donna May School of Arts & Sciences building features modern, technology-driven classrooms, a world-class lecture hall, a second bookstore, ClearTouch interactive displays and collaborative workspaces for students and faculty.

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Rev. Kevin P. Spicer, C.S.C.

Rev. Kevin P. Spicer, C.S.C.

Dean of the May School of Arts & Sciences, History Department Chair, James J. Kenneally Distinguished Professor of History
Academic Affairs