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COD Holds Steady on Fall Headcount Enrollment

By: Jennifer Duda

COD Campus

College of DuPage leaders remain optimistic as to how the institution is weathering the pandemic, reporting that Fall 2021 headcount is down only a slight 0.8 percent over 2020 figures.

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COD Unveils Glen Ellyn Mural, Launching DuPage Public Art Project

By: Angela Mennecke

Mural

College of DuPage and community leaders recently unveiled two, 8-by-10-foot acrylic murals painted by world-renowned artist and COD alumnus Tony Fitzpatrick in the heart of downtown Glen Ellyn.

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COD Honors Student Receives Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship

By: Angela Mennecke

Thomas Oleksy

College of DuPage Honors Student Thomas Oleksy has been named a 2021 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The Hanover Park resident is one of only 200 Phi Theta Kappa members nationwide to earn the honor this year.

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NJCAA Names College of DuPage Host of Division III Football Title Game

By: Mark Reinhiller

Football team

Beginning this upcoming season, the National Junior College Athletic Association will recognize Division III (non-scholarship) football by crowning its national champion at College of DuPage's Bjarne Ullsvik Stadium. Kickoff for the championship is 1 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 4.

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Fall Semester Underway at College of DuPage

By: COD Newsroom

First Day

The fall semester begins with outdoor activities for students to enjoy. Students can still enroll in 12- and 8-week classes that begin Sept. 20 and Oct. 18, respectively, while space still remains in 16-week classes.

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