The university’s decision to eliminate several academic programs may impact HU. By Luke Fillers, Staff Writer In late October, neighboring University of Saint Francis released plans to change their academic undergraduate programs. Going into effect in the fall semester 2020, there are 11 bachelor’s degree majors, one associate’s program, and seven minors that will no … Continue reading Saint Francis Seeing Major Academic Changes in 2020
By Bria Warren, Staff Writer As we all know, our college years can be a very stressful time. Meeting deadlines, maintaining good grades, and juggling schedules for classes and extracurriculars can be overwhelming. It can be even more so when you’re far away from home. It’s totally normal to experience stress, anxiety, and depression, but … Continue reading Your Mind Matters: Taking Care of Mental Health in College
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President Sherilyn Emberton critically discusses the significance of a private, faith-based, liberal arts college education. Does College Matter? After several years of media discourse and public debate, most economic indicators still support the position that a college education aligns with higher and more sustainable employment opportunities than a high school credential. In a 2012 study, … Continue reading FACULTY COLUMNIST: College education increases quality of life and career
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