Grace Hatchitt enjoys her walk near blooming Siberian squill

A scenic walk to class

The Siberian squill west of The Knoll is in full bloom this week.

Digital course content saved students $5.6 million in 2020-21

Student savings from open educational resources and digital textbooks increased sharply this year, boosted in part by the temporary pandemic-driven shift to online instruction. 

Nurse Kori Grooms administers a COVID-19 vaccine

Vaccine clinic

Sign up now: Help needed for mass push to vaccinate students, faculty and staff

Vaccinating thousands of members of the campus community for COVID-19 in the final weeks of the spring semester -- including employees -- will depend on hundreds of faculty and staff pitching in to help.

Faculty senators learn more about Workday Student

Senators learned about the roles faculty can play as Workday Student rolls out, and provost Jonathan Wickert asked for their help to make the upcoming student vaccination clinic a success.

New student orientation comes in a hybrid package for 2021

Transfer and freshman students will complete a virtual component at home with the option to register for a "feet in the grass" day on campus.