News at COD
The third annual Waterleaf Food and Wine Festival attracted 600 people, the largest crowd yet. During the recent event, attendees enjoyed more than 90 domestic and imported wines specifically selected by the family-owned Heritage Wine Company. Click on the headline to view more photos.
Bison Gear and Engineering will provide $275,000 toward student scholarships, a gift that also will be used to facilitate an additional $275,000 scholarship match from local manufacturers. Above is Bison Gear Chairman Ron Bullock (center) with College of DuPage President Dr. Robert L. Breuder and COD Foundation President Susan Lang Berry. Click on the headline for more information.
For the 32nd consecutive year, College of DuPage is welcoming two German students through the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange for Young Professionals (CBYX) program. Lucas Adler (left) and Simon Schaarschmidt will live with two host families and attend classes full time through the reciprocal scholarship program funded by the German Parliament and the U.S. Congress.
Student Life welcomed students back to campus with its annual Chaparral Days celebration, which combines games, food and fun during the first two weeks of the fall term. Click on the headline for more photos. Chaparral Days continue the week of Sept. 2 with the Scavenger Hunt on Sept. 2 and the Student Life Fair on Sept. 3.
College of DuPage Architecture students have added their touch to the renovated campus by providing an outdoor gathering pavilion. As part of the summer Architecture 2840 Design Build class, 16 students enrolled in the course designed, built and installed the temporary pavilion just south of the Technical Education Center. Click on the headline to read more.
Students enjoyed the warm weather and had a chance to explore services and resources at the College of DuPage Glen Ellyn campus during the recent New Student Orientation sessions. Click on the headline for more photos.
The new Music Business degree and Audio Production certificate at College of DuPage will prepare students for careers in the commercial music industry. Click on the headline for more information.
Central DuPage Hospital recently organized an active shooter simulation at the Homeland Security Education Center. Eight paramedic students from CDH participated in the exercise, which included assistance from COD’s Police Department, DuPage Public Safety Communications, COD Emergency Medical Services students and the Mutual Aid Box Alarm System. Click on the headline for more photos and a video.
College of DuPage Multimedia Services Producer and Director Kevin Willman (above, left) has donated his time and skills for the past three years volunteering for Honor Flight Chicago, an organization dedicated to celebrating and honoring WWII veterans. Click on the headline to read more.
Classes are offered mornings and evenings and include Total Body Fit, Core and More and Spin offerings.Read more
Waterleaf restaurant will celebrate the award-winning wines of Long Shadows Winery during an exclusive dinner on Oct. 1.Read more
College of DuPage will host a 3+1 College Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 15, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Read more
Career Services at College of DuPage is hosting free "Chaparral Career Advantage" workshops through December.Read more
Sara's life is upended when her lover is found dead. Unwilling to accept a closed case that depicts David as a kidnapper, rapist and killer, Sara launches her own investigation to find the killer.Read more
The Catholic Theological Union is exhibiting works by COD Art Professor Jennifer Hereth and COD students through Oct. 22.Read more
The College of DuPage Field and Experiential Learning program will host its "Study Abroad 2015" Open House on Thursday, Oct. 9.Read more
The European Studies Committee at College of DuPage will present its annual European Film Festival Sept. 30 to Oct. 2.Read more
Admissions presentation and campus tour for prospective students.Read More
Puccini's immortal tale of the singer Tosca and the painter Cavardossi, and their betrayal.Read More
Enjoy Puccini's immortal tale of Tosca and the painter Cavardossi, whom she loves, and their betrayal at the hands of jealous Scarpia.Read More
The COD men host College of Lake County.Read More
Vector Marketing and Midwest Badminton are recruiting students for various positions.Read More
Learn more about the Enhanced 2+2 Education program from Lewis University.Read More
Learn more about the program, its curriculum and job outlook. Registration required.Read More
The Chaparrals host the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh.Read More
Learn the basics of QuickBooks with a certified instructor in our computer lab.Read More
The U.S. Army is recruiting on campus and Vector Marketing is recruiting for representative positions.Read More
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