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  • Panel Discussion

    SRO Crowd Attends 'Times of War' Panel Discussion

    Retired U.S. Army Major General Marcia Anderson and Army Reservist and COD student Tanika Moore share a story during the “African-Americans in Times of War” panel discussion at College of DuPage. The event was part of the College’s Black History Month celebration. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Faheem Majeed

    Chicago Artist Inspires Architecture Students' Work

    Second-year Architecture students in Professor Mark Pearson's Design Studio course had the unique opportunity to have their designs critiqued by renowned local builder and artist Faheem Majeed. The designs, based on or inspired by Majeed’s work, are currently on display in the College’s new Techcetera gallery space through Feb. 22. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Signing Day

    COD Football Players Sign With Division I, II Schools

    Eleven College of DuPage Chaparral football players have signed on with Division I and II schools as part of National Signing Day. The Chaparrals were 7-3 this season and play under Head Coach Matt Foster and closed out the season with a 35-0 win in the 2017 National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Red Grange Bowl. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Chris and Alexa Scimeca-Knierim

    COD Alumna Wins Olympic Bronze Medal

    College of DuPage alumna Alexa Scimeca-Knierim and her husband, Chris, won a bronze medal in the figure skating team competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Study Abroad

    Study Language and Culture Abroad This Summer

    The Field and Experiential Learning/Study Abroad/Global Education program is offering study abroad opportunities to five countries this summer as part of its Summer Language Immersion program. Language and culture courses are available in Italy, Costa Rica, Germany, Japan and Spain. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Felix Davis

    Professor Felix Davis Addresses Naperville Chamber

    Computer and Information Technology Associate Professor Felix Davis recently spoke to Naperville Chamber members on the use of technology in the multigenerational workforce. Click on the headline to watch a segment about the presentation on Naperville Community Television/NCTV. 

  • NATEF Logo

    Automotive Program Receives Reaccreditation

    The Automotive Service Technology program at College of DuPage has been reaccredited at the Master Automotive Service Technology level by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF) and the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE). Click on the headline for more information.

  • Sarah Taschetta

    TV Production Student Accepted into L.A. Initiative

    Television Production student Sarah Taschetta is taking one step closer toward her dream of working in television after being accepted into the American Pavilion’s L.A. Intensive program for 2018. She would like to work as a director or producer for a TV talk show. Last year, her video submission was a finalist in Ellen DeGeneres’s 12 Days Skybox Challenge. Click on the headline for more information.

  • COD Music Academy

    Explore Wonder of Music With COD's Academy

    The College of DuPage Music Academy offers lessons for beginner, intermediate and advanced students this spring. Recognized as one of the finest instructional programs in the Chicago area, the COD Music Academy offers a variety of classes at the McAninch Arts Center. Click on the headline for more information.

Events Feature

  • Maker Market Sessions

    Free Student Maker Market Sessions

    Leading up to the College's first Maker Market on April 11, the E² Emerging Entrepreneurs Mentorship program is hosting free student maker sessions. Next: 'Maker Marketing 101' Feb. 22.

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  • Eric Earley

    STEMinar Features Eric Earley Feb. 23

    College of DuPage will host “Neural Engineering: Designing Bionic Limbs Controlled by the Brain,” a free STEMinar event featuring Northwestern University’s Eric J. Earley.

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  • Free Music Fridays

    Enjoy Free Music Fridays This Spring

    Music Fridays @ Noon is a series of one-hour free programs with performances and presentations by COD faculty, students, alumni and guests. Next: Metropolis Oboe Quartet Feb. 23.

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  • Buffalo Theatre Ensemble

    BTE Presents 'Time Stands Still'

    Buffalo Theatre Ensemble, the professional Equity company in residence at the McAninch Arts Center, continues its season through March 4 with the Tony-nominated drama “Time Stands Still.”

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  • Global Flicks

    COD Presents Annual Global Flicks Festival

    Global Flicks, a festival of six award-winning international films, will be presented on Wednesdays through March 14, at the McAninch Arts Center. Feb. 28: 'Sweet Bean' from Japan.

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  • Much Ado About Nothing

    College Theater Presents 'Much Ado'

    College of DuPage College Theater presents William Shakespeare’s beloved comedy “Much Ado About Nothing,” March 1 to 18 in the McAninch Arts Center’s Studio Theatre.

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  • pathways deadline

    Apply Now for Engineering Pathways

    The application deadline for the fall 2018 Engineering Pathways program is March 1. The program offers an educational path to guaranteed admission to the College of Engineering at UIUC.

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  • Youth Academy

    Youth Academy Open House March 3

    Learn about enrichment courses offered through COD's Youth Academy on March 3. The free event includes information on Explorers summer day camps, Teen X-Treme and Talent Search.

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  • Brian Greene

    Renowned Physicist Presents 'Chasing Reality'

    Renowned physicist Brian Greene brings his talk “Chasing Reality: Einstein’s Dream and Beyond,” to COD March 4. Greene will take audience members on a journey across 300 years of thinking, experiencing a state-of-the-art search.

  • Lunch Break Series

    Continuing Ed Hosts Lunch Break Lectures

    Part of Continuing Education’s Lifelong Learning program, Lunch Break Lectures feature experts from the Continuing Education program. Next: "All About Shakespeare" March 7.

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  • Black History Month

    COD Celebrates Black History Month

    In February, College of DuPage will celebrate the month by hosting a series of events.

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  • Tax filing

    Free Federal/State Tax Filing Help

    College of DuPage, in partnership with School District 89, is offering free assistance with electronic filing of state and federal tax returns through April 14.

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