News at COD
Highlighting College of DuPage’s strong academics, healthy finances and resources available to students and the community, COD President Dr. Ann Rondeau welcomed nearly 200 local leaders and other constituents at her inaugural community breakfast. Emphasizing strong partnerships between COD and local entities, Dr. Rondeau offered her hope for continued collaboration. Click on the headline for more photos.
Student, faculty and staff "action heroes" recognized Earth Week by participating in “Sustain and Reclaim: Spring Day of Action” at COD. The event featured environmental–friendly activities, such as planting seeds in toilet paper rolls for the community garden, sorting keys and metal objects for recycling, and preparing crayons to be made into “Super Crayons” for children with special needs. Click on the headline for photos.
Approximately 400 people recently attended the Sci-Fi/Fantasy Club’s 23rd annual gaming convention “CODCON XXIII: Gaming Across the Multiverse” at College of DuPage. This year’s convention featured a wide variety of gaming attractions, including foam-padded swordplay, board and card games, video game tournaments and events, a Diplomacy Tournament and live action role-play. Click on the headline for more photos.
Shedding light on the history of Islam throughout the world, members of the College of DuPage Muslim Students' Association recently held several events designed to educate their peers on the vibrant culture. The week-long celebration included "Islam Around the World," featuring displays on Islamic countries, including traditional garb, food and artifacts. Click on the headline for more photos.
Eager shoppers flocked to College of DuPage’s inaugural Maker Market this week to browse and purchase student makers’ products and services. Hosted by the College’s E2 Emerging Entrepreneurs program, the market comprised 27 booths and featured a broad range of products and services. Click on the headline for more information and photos.
College of DuPage students, staff and faculty gathered to enjoy student and employee art during the Spring Student, Faculty and Staff Art Reception hosted by the Office of the President. Selected pieces from the exhibit will continue to be displayed in the President’s office reception area and conference room. Click on the headline for more photos.
Lisa Stock, Ph.D., has returned to College of DuPage in a new role as Associate Vice President of Academic Affairs. She previously was Dean of Learning Resources for six years but left COD in 2013 to become Dean of Academic Affairs at Ellsworth Community College in Iowa. Click on the headline for more information.
College of DuPage horticulture students placed fourth out of all community colleges in the U.S. at the National Collegiate Landscape Competition. Sponsored by the National Association of Landscape Professionals, more than 700 students from 62 schools competed in 30 events. Click on the headline for more information.
Retired College of DuPage administrator Ernie Gibson, Ph.D., shares remembrances of his friend the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., during a recent program marking the 50th anniversary of his assassination. Click on the headline for more information, photos and video.
The International Student Services office will host an immigration workshop for new students with F-1 non-immigrant status from 10 a.m. to noon Thursday, May 31.Read more
Students from the College's Photography program, along with local high school students taking advanced photography classes, will present work in fine art, commercial, studio, location, wedding, architecture, nature, photojournalism, editorial, documentary, event coverage, conceptual, digital compositing and alternative processes.Read more
Fashion Studies students are taking their original designs to the street during "CODE," the annual fashion show on Saturday, May 12, in the street scene located inside the Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center on campus in Glen Ellyn.Read more
COD students Deyna Parvanova and Vanessa Hadweh Smith are co-winners in the 2018 Carter Carroll Excellence in History Award for outstanding work in the field of history writing.Read more
Early Bird registration for College of DuPage's 2018 Food Truck Rally and Sunset 5K will open on Tuesday, May 1, with a "cheesy teaser" kick-off featuring the popular Toasty Cheese food truck.Read more
Chairman Mazzochi was elected to the Board for a six-year term in April 2015 and served as Vice Chairman before being named Acting Chairman in December of that year.Read more
UPS and Chicago Commons Association are recruiting students for various positions.Read More
Visit with reps from Aurora, Dominican, Eastern Illinois and Governors State universities.Read More
Review test, which measures the student's ability to read and comprehend English.Read More
Learn more about the Criminal Justice 3+1 program through Lewis University.Read More
An overview of this test which measures the student's ability to use correct grammar in English sentences.Read More
Review the test, which measures the students ability to listen to and understand people speaking English.Read More
Stop by our table to learn more about career related to your major and salary information.Read More
Learn the application process, documentation requirements, and which certification best suits you for qualification.Read More
Visit the state-of-the-art labs in COD's Technical Education Center and learn about educational and career opportunities in a broad range of technical areas.Read More
Learn how to sign up for and navigate ALEKS Placement, Preparation and Learning module.Read More
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