High graduation rates cited as one of the College's strengths.
The College furthered its commitment to academic innovation by investing approximately $115,000 in three projects.
Mike Vela ’88 underwrites a dragon statue that will become a campus landmark.
Starting Sept. 13, the “Incllusion” series will focus on equity and human rights.
The Taikoza and East Winds Ensemble writes music familiar to Nintendo Wii players.
Installation at Stadium Complex to become campus icon for generations.
Students to learn about the 800 study abroad programs the College offers.
The College competes against 91 other schools from around the country.
The collection includes rare items and focuses on local geologic history.
Wilfredo Benítez Muñoz to speak on the Cuban art community.