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Money.com Ranks Lewis as a Top Illinois Private University

The Money.com "Best Colleges in America 2024 ranking features 鶹Ƶ as one of the Top 11 private, non-profit higher education institutions in Illinois. The personal financial strategy website analyzed the nations top 745 colleges to find the best in quality and affordability by evaluating dozens of data points, including graduation rates, cost of attendance, financial aid, and alumni salaries. 鶹Ƶ earned a 4.5 on a five-star rating system. The only private, non-profit schools based in Illinois that received a five-star rating were Northwestern and the University of Chicago. Visit Money.com to see the complete list.   [PHOTO

Northwestern College Students Looking to Transfer
鶹Ƶ is committed to helping Northwestern College students successfully complete their degrees. While we regret the circumstances and disruption you are experiencing, we are prepared to support you during this transition. At 鶹Ƶ, you will be welcomed into a nationally  [MORE

Will Countys Heroes Teaching & Nursing Scholarship Update
During the 2023-204 academic year, m ore than $250,000 of the Will Countys Heroes Teaching & Nursing Scholarship helped over 50 鶹Ƶ students prepare for careers in teaching and nursin g . Students living in Will County we re eligible for up to $5 , 000 each academic year. Every dollar  [MORE

John Stanicek Solo Exhibit on Display June 20-August 11
The John Staniceksolo exhibit of 10 sculptures and 40 drawings will be featured from June 20 to August 11 at the Wadsworth Family Gallery on 鶹Ƶs Romeoville Campus. The exhibit will be free and open to the public from 9 a.m. - 9 p.m. daily. Stanicek likes to explore those bold  [MORE]  [PHOTO

Project GO is in Session June 10-August 3 at Lewis
Twenty-four ROTC students from all over the United States have begun Project Global Officer at 鶹Ƶ in Romeoville. The eight-week, fully-funded immersion residential program is focused on teaching elementary-level Russian. The nationwide program is open to all qualified ROTC students  [MORE]  [PHOTO

'The Blaxploitation Horror Film' Up for Stone Book Award
The Blaxploitation Horror Film: Adaptation, Appropriation and the Gothic (University of Wales Press, 2023), by Dr. Jamil Mustafa, professor of English Studies, has been longlisted for the Museum of African American Historys Stone Book Award . The award is designed to recognize and encourage new  [MORE]  [PHOTO

'Reclaiming the Narrative' Exhibit Set for August 17 Display
The 鶹Ƶ History Centers Reclaiming the Narrative: African American in Joliets Southend banner exhibit will beon August 17 in Fairmont. On June 22, the exhibit was at the Envision Fairmont: Updating the Fairmont Neighborhood Plan event at the Fairmont Community Center in  [MORE]  [PHOTO

He Presents at International Accounting Symposium in China
Dr. Ting He, assistant professor of accounting at 鶹Ƶ , presented her paper titled Rational Expectations Tests on Financial Analysts Cash Flow Forecasts at the 7th International Accounting Symposium of the Asian Review of Accounting (ARA) on June 29 in Chongqing, China. The symposium,  [MORE]  [PHOTO

Muslim High School Students Experience 鶹Ƶ
In the Spring Semester, the 鶹Ƶ College of Aviation, Science, and Technology hosted an Open House for more than 70 Muslim students from the College PreparatorySchool of America in Lombard and other high schools. The Romeoville campus event included multiple STEM activities, such as experiencing  [MORE


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