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  • Cosmic Ray team

    COD, Benet, Fermilab Build Cosmic Ray Detectors

    Students in College of DuPage’s Physics Club joined forces with Benet Academy and the University of Chicago QuarkNet Center at Fermilab to build and use cosmic ray detectors. Participants spent two Saturdays at COD learning how to build and calibrate the detectors and then using them to make measurements and analyze data. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Support our troops

    Volunteers Assemble Care Packages for Troops

    College of DuPage President Dr. Ann Rondeau (right) and volunteer Betty Krupp join COD Cares Action Heroes who assembled care packages for deployed troops at Operation Support Our Troops in Lisle. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • spring campus

    College Board Votes to Keep Tuition Flat

    The College of DuPage Board of Trustees voted to keep tuition flat for the fall 2017 and spring and summer 2018 terms. This will be the third year in a row COD leadership will have kept tuition flat. Tuition and fees will remain at $135 per credit hour for in-district residents. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Apollo Live!

    Amanda Mihalic Wins Apollo Live! Competition

    College of DuPage Business Major Amanda Mihalic (above) earned first place for her rendition of Whitney Houston’s “I Have Nothing,” recognizing the fifth anniversary of the iconic singer’s death at the second annual Apollo Live! Student Talent Competition, held in the Belushi Performance Hall at the McAninch Arts Center. Click on the headline for more information and photos. 

  • St. Patrick's Day parade in Naperville

    Officials, Students Enjoy Naperville St. Pat's Parade

    College of DuPage officials, students and staff, led by (pictured, from left) COD Board Vice Chairman David Olsen, Chairman Deanne Mazzochi and Board Secretary Frank Napolitano, enjoy themselves at the West Suburban Irish’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade. More than 100 participants joined COD's crew along the Naperville route. Click on the headline for more information and photos. 

  • Women in Stem event

    High Schoolers Enjoy Women in STEM Day

    Local female freshman and sophomore high school students recently spent a day at College of DuPage, investigating careers in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. The Women in STEM Career Day gave students the opportunity to interact with female role models and participate in hands-on activities. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Jacob Meyer

    Student Receives Posse Foundation Scholarship

    College of DuPage student Jacob Meyer has been accepted into the Posse Foundation’s Veterans Program and will receive a full-ride scholarship to Wesleyan University in Connecticut. Meyer will transfer in the fall as part of a cohort consisting of eight other veterans receiving ongoing support that will continue through graduation. Click on the headline for more information.

  • Engineering Olympics

    Engineering Olympics Attracts High School Students

    A team of students works on a project for one of the many categories at the 2017 Engineering Olympics held recently at College of DuPage. An estimated 150 students from 13 high schools within District 502 participated in the event, designed for students interested in engineering careers. Click on the headline for more information and photos.

  • Ellee Crawford

    Pitch Contest Winner Runs Successful Business

    College of DuPage student Ellee Crawford won the inaugural Pitch Contest sponsored by COD’s Entrepreneurship Club and E2 business mentoring program. She is using the first prize of $1,000 to continue funding her business, Small Pets and Company, which she operates online through Etsy and has now expanded to Amazon Prime. Click on the headline for more information.

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