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  • Sonia Paul

    Sonia Paul Sworn In as New Student Trustee

    As the new Student Trustee on the College of DuPage Board of Trustees, Sonia Paul of Naperville, who was sworn in on April 19, wants to serve as a strong liaison between the Board and students, especially clubs and organizations. Click on the headline for more information. 

  • Community Breakfast

    Dr. Rondeau Discusses 'Big Picture' at Breakfast

    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.

  • Sustain and Reclaim

    COD Action Heroes Celebrate Earth Week

    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.

  • CODCON

    CODCON Gaming Convention Attracts Hundreds

    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.

  • Islam Week

    COD Celebrates Islamic Culture Around the World

    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.

  • Maker Market

    Inaugural Maker Market Showcases Entrepreneurs

    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.

  • Art Reception

    COD Celebrates Student, Faculty and Staff Art

    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

    Lisa Stock New Associate VP of Academic Affairs

    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.

  • National Landscape competition

    COD Takes 4th at National Landscape Competition

    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.

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