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  • SkillsUSA

    Game Development Team Wins SkillsUSA Gold Medal

    Lexie Wilterdink (above, right) and Tucker Wolf recently won gold medals in Interactive Application and Video Game Development (College Division) at the 2017 SkillsUSA National Leadership Conference. Click on the headline for more information. 

  • Clint Homon

    Deaf CDL Student Earns Perfect Licensing Score

    Clint Homon’s hope for “humble results” when he enrolled in the Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) program at College of DuPage was blown away when he received perfect scores on all his tests. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Project COACH

    Project Helps Developmentally Disabled Students

    College of DuPage will launch Project COACH (Career Opportunities and ACHievement) this fall to increase educational, vocational and socialization opportunities for developmentally disabled students in DuPage County. Offered through Continuing Education, the two-year, application-based program is targeted at adults with mild intellectual or developmental disabilities. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Innovation center

    Board Approves MOU for Glen Ellyn Space

    The College of DuPage Board of Trustees took its first step toward the possible establishment of an innovation center in the Glen Ellyn Civic Center. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Dr. Ann Rondeau

    Dr. Ann Rondeau Celebrates First Year at COD

    Reflecting on her first anniversary as President of College of DuPage, Dr. Ann Rondeau believes the changes made by College leadership have strengthened the institution’s commitment to students, employee groups and various constituencies. Click on the headline for more information.

  • spring campus

    HLC Peer Reviewers Give COD Positive Feedback

    College of DuPage has received a positive feedback report from a recent campus visit by a Higher Learning Commission peer review team, resulting in a recommendation that the institution receive no sanctions. The peer review team’s recommendation will be forwarded to the HLC’s Institutional Actions Council before being considered by the HLC Board of Trustees in November. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Beehive

    COD Brings Honeybees to Campus Natural Area

    Thanks to a grant from the Honeybee Conservancy, College of DuPage has installed a beehive in a natural area on the east side of campus. A partnership with Kline Creek Farm has provided the expertise and training for staff to maintain the beehive, which will not only benefit the surrounding natural areas with needed pollination but also function as a learning lab. Click on the headline for more information.

  • HR Management

    COD Offers New Human Resources Certificate

    The new Human Resource Management Certificate program at College of DuPage will provide students with the knowledge and skills for entry-level employment as a human resource generalist or specialist. The program is also for current human resource employees who want to advance their careers. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Miller HSC dedication

    COD Dedicates Robert J. Miller Education Center

    More than 300 people gathered to dedicate the Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center and to view two new memorials within the building honoring Medal of Honor Recipient Miller and College of DuPage students who have fallen in the line of duty through their service as firefighters, police officers and military service members. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

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