The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is following campus directives regarding COVID-19.

Welcome to the CU department of Spanish and Portuguese! We are a vibrant, multicultural, diverse community of scholars and students deeply engaged in the study of the languages, cultures, societies, literatures and arts of Latin America, the Iberian Peninsula and the growing US Latinx population. Today, more than 500 million people speak Spanish worldwide, and over 230 million speak Portuguese. Spanish has a long tradition in the USA, which along with Mexico, Spain, Colombia, and Argentina is one of the top five Spanish-speaking countries in the world.  

Congratulations/Felicidades to our Fall 2022 Graduates! Master of Arts in Literature, Andoni Pérez-López, and Bachelor's of Arts: Sonjia Hadley- Integrative Physiology and Spanish, Jackson Elkins Nesheim- Spanish, and Elise Dubois- Linguistics and Spanish!

Check out all the amazing things our faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students have done this year!

New for AY 2022-2023: The Department of Spanish and Portuguese is proud to announce that our top-ranked, incoming PhD student (starting in Fall 2022) will receive a Devaney Graduate Fellowship for their first and final years of study (two years in total). The fellowship covers tuition, fees, and student health insurance, and come with a monthly stipend equal to a 50% GPTI appointment. The recipient of a Devaney Graduate Fellowship will thus have two years free of teaching while receiving full financial support.

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