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  • Outstanding graduates

    Hlinsky, Pliego Are COD's Outstanding Graduates

    Dianne Hlinsky (above right) and Ana Pliego are the 2016 Outstanding Graduates at College of DuPage. Hlinsky earned an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Graphic Design and plans to pursue a career that combines graphic design and photography. Pliego has graduated with her Associate in Arts Degree focusing on Communications. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Academic Excellence

    Academic Excellence Celebration Honors Students

    Alejandro Campos (Warrenville, left) is congratulated by Associate Dean of Social and Behavioral Sciences Marianne Hunnicutt for achieving the Presidential Scholar designation during the recent “Celebration of Academic Excellence.” The annual event recognized the 2015-2016 Honors and Scholars Awards recipients. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Radiography bowl

    Radiography Students Win State Scholar Bowl

    Four students from the College of DuPage Diagnostic Medical Imaging Radiography program took first place at the 2016 Radiography Scholar Bowl state championship. Team members are (from left) Ivan Vega, Cally Wagner, Emily Swab and David Muñoz. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Luzelena Escamilla

    Escamilla Enjoys New Role as Student Trustee

    Luzelena Escamilla wants to learn more about how a college works in her new role as Student Trustee on the College of DuPage Board of Trustees. Sworn in during the April 21 Board of Trustees meeting, she is following in the footsteps of her older brother, Omar, who served as Student Trustee from 2014 to 2015. Click on the headline to read more.

  • STEMCON

    Thousands Attend Inaugural STEM-CON Event

    A young man examines a snake at the Ball Pythons Genetics booth during College of DuPage's STEM-CON. Approximately 2,000 community members attended the inaugural event, an interactive conference celebrating the fields of science, technology, engineering and math. Click on the headline for more information, to view more photos and to watch a video.

  • Dr. Ann Rondeau

    New College President Meets with Staff, Students

    College of DuPage President Designate Dr. Ann Rondeau (above center) met with students, faculty, administrators and staff during a tour of the campus. The day started with an employee open house, during which Dr. Rondeau spoke about inclusivity and a bright future for the College. Click on the headline for more information.

  • West Chicago

    COD, District 33 Offer Dual Language Program

    West Chicago District 33 Preschool Special Education teacher Scott Lutz (above, center) works with participants at the recent craft and story hour at the West Chicago Library. To better serve students and their families, District 33 is working with College of DuPage to complete Spanish courses in a unique dual-language program offered by COD onsite. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Landscape design students

    Horticulture Students Place at National Competition

    Six Horticulture students represented College of DuPage and competed this year in 16 of the 28 events at the National Collegiate Landscape Competition (formerly Student Career Days) at Mississippi State University. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Dr. Ann Rondeau

    New College President: Dr. Ann Rondeau

    The College of DuPage Board of Trustees voted during a special May 2 Board meeting to select Dr. Ann Rondeau to serve as the sixth president in the College’s 49-year history, starting July 1, 2016. Dr. Rondeau is a past president of the National Defense University, a consortium of five colleges and nine research centers in Washington, DC. Click on the headline for more information.

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