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  • Accounting students

    Accounting Students First in Challenge Competition

    A team of College of DuPage accounting students tied Northern Illinois University for first place at a recent PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Challenge case competition. The competition models real-world business scenarios focusing on the strategic issues currently faced by companies worldwide. Click on the headline for more information.

  • MAC 30th anniversary

    McAninch Arts Center: 30 'MACnificent' Years

    Dr. Harold D. McAninch, retired College of DuPage president and namesake of the McAninch Arts Center, leads a toast to celebrate 30 years and more than 2 million guests at the MAC’s 30-year reception. The event honored more than 6,000 shows staged at the venue since its opening in 1986. Click on the headline for more photos and a video.

  • 2016 Distinguished Alumni

    COD Honors 2016 Class of Distinguished Alumni

    The College of DuPage Foundation recently honored 10 alumni for their outstanding achievements during the 2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards Reception: (front, from left) Roy Karl Werner, Laz Perez, Matthew Bonnan, Andrew Ouderkirk, Hashem Helmi; (back) Mark Pfefferman, Janice Miller, Jimmy Ray Elliott, Linda Feltman and Margaret Yancey. Click on the headline for more information.

  • STEM grant

    COD Awarded $650,000 Grant for STEM Education

    College of DuPage was recently awarded a $650,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to support STEM education at the College. The funding of the new S-STEM Student Success program will further the emphasis COD is putting on STEM education. Click on the headline for more information.

  • manufacturing expo

    COD Hosts Fifth Annual Manufacturing Expo

    College of DuPage recently welcomed approximately 280 high school students for the fifth annual Manufacturing Technology Expo. The students met with local manufacturing employers and attended breakout sessions, including a presentation about automation from FANUC America Robotics. Click on the headline for more information. 

  • COD/UIC signing

    COD, UIC Announce New TAG Agreement

    A new Transfer Admission Guarantee (TAG) agreement with the University of Illinois at Chicago enables COD students to complete two years of courses before transferring to earn bachelor’s degrees in areas of Architecture, Design and the Arts; Business Administration; Education; Engineering; Liberal Arts and Sciences; Public Health; and Urban Planning and Public Affairs. Click on the headline.

  • Veterans Day

    College of DuPage Celebrates Veterans Day

    College of DuPage employee and veteran Erick Flores sings "The Star Spangled Banner” as part of a series of events to commemorate Veterans Day. College President and retired Navy Vice Admiral Dr. Ann Rondeau, Board Chairman Deanne Mazzochi and Board Vice Chairman David Olsen joined faculty, staff and students at the annual observance. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Elsa Salguero

    Nursing Student Named Midwest Caregiver of Year

    College of DuPage Nursing student Elsa Salguero has been named Midwest Region Caregiver of the Year by BrightStar Care. Salguero, who completed the Basic Nursing Assistant training program and is currently pursuing her Associate Degree in Nursing at COD, was recognized by the national home health agency as one of only four regional recipients. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Red Grange Bowl

    COD Hosts Inaugural Red Grange Bowl Dec. 3

    After a 20-year hiatus, the College of DuPage Chaparrals are hosting a National Junior College Athletic Association bowl game. The Dec. 3 inaugural Red Grange Bowl is the culminating event of a weekend-long celebration of the legacy of Harold Edward “Red” Grange. Gates open at 10:30 a.m. and kickoff is at 1 p.m. at Bjarne Ullsvik Stadium. Click on the headline for more information.

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