Russian Flagship students combine the academic major(s) of their choice with a professional level of proficiency in Russian.

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Welcome

How to Get Started

  1. If you’ve never studied Russian, enroll in Slavic 101: First Semester Russian in Fall 2020.
  2. If you have previous experience studying Russian, contact Dr. Anna Tumarkin, associate director, to schedule a placement test so that you can enroll in the appropriate level of Russian.
  3. Explore the program’s website to familiarize yourself with program admissions policies, academic requirements, scholarships, and more.
  4. Make an appointment with Laura Marshall, assistant director, to ask questions or create an individualized study plan for completing the program alongside the major(s) of your choice.
  5. Come to an information session (details above) and plan to apply for admission by November 15 (to begin in Spring 2021) or March 15 (to begin in Summer or Fall 2021).
  6. Reach out to a student ambassador to learn more about the program from a peer’s perspective.

Russian is challenging to learn, and this is a challenging program, but it comes with everything you need, and you will learn faster than you might think possible – all you need to supply is motivation and commitment!

Kate Sandy, Current Student