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The average classroom ratio of students to faculty at COD is 22 to 1.

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There are more than 1.75 million square feet of academic space on the College of DuPage campus.

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A Program for Everyone

COD offers seven degrees in over 175 areas of study.

Success Stories: Angelina Kregg

Angelina Kregg’s favorite book as a child was “Dilly Duck.” While books have always been an important part of her life, Kregg appreciated the many opportunities she had growing up. “I made the choice to go back to school and find a different career involving what I love most: books and my love of learning,” she said.

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Success Stories: Leah Gormaz

Leah Gormaz developed an interest in criminology while watching crime documentaries on TV. “I always knew I wanted to help people, but I also wanted to take a step further than that. Working in the human trafficking unit takes time, commitment and courage, and I want to have that in order to help children, young adults and families reunite and be safe.”

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Success Stories: Amy Wheeler

As a child, Amy Wheeler received an electronics kit with several hundred do-it-yourself STEM projects. “It ignited my curiosity to analyze how things function, how they can break, and how they can be repaired and improved,” she said. “I’ve approached life with that mindset.”

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Success Stories: Niki Spencer

Niki Spencer was 8 years old when she became interested in radiography. “An X-ray of my brother's esophagus was brought into my ​home, and we played pretend hospital for weeks, with me imagining taking the image,” she said. “I’ve been fascinated ever since.”

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