The food service team at Cornell College’s Hilltop Café and Zamora’s Market strives to provide meals that are local, sustainable, and delicious.
2014-15 was a great year for Dimensions: The Center for the Science and Culture of Healthcare.
Cornell College is open during the week of spring break, but some offices will have abbreviated hours.
Snow removal is proceeding normally on campus and Cornell College is open as usual on Monday, Feb. 2.
Snow removal is proceeding normally on campus and Cornell College is open as usual on Tuesday, Jan. 6. Safety is a priority and staff are allowed an additional 60 minutes of paid time, if needed, for commuting to work. Employees should utilize their discretion and judgment when determining their travel in inclement weather. For more […]
For the fifth year in a row business publisher Kiplinger has named Cornell College one of the 100 best values in liberal arts colleges.
Cornell College will be closed from Dec. 24 through Jan. 2. In addition, some offices might have limited staffing or reduced hours between Dec. 20-23 and Jan. 5-11. Campus safety will remain open at all times and can be reached at 319-895-4299.
Cornell College today announced that it is now offering students a way to hedge against the rising cost of college tuition by joining Private College 529 Plan, a pre-paid tuition savings plan that allows participating families to lock in today’s tuition rates for future use.
The Cornell College Board of Trustees has announced the election of two new members, Bill Haffke ’65 and John Turner ’94, as well as the election of a returning member, Judy Hesler Jorgensen ’60.
Administrative offices will close at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 26, and reopen on Monday, Dec. 1. Other closings and changes to hours are in the article.
Two Cornell College students, seniors Thomas Cooke and Trevor Hazen, were featured on KCRG-TV9 in a story about the importance of the youth vote in the upcoming midterm elections.
One member of the Cornell community was fatally injured in a motor vehicle accident on Monday. Connor Robinson, a first-year student from Illinois, was killed in a crash on Highway 30 near Clinton, Iowa, shortly after noon on Monday.
Cornell College will offer a new grant program for all qualified Iowa high school students beginning in Fall 2015, with a minimum of $20,000 available per student. The Promise Grant for Iowans is renewable for four years, bringing the total value to $80,000.
In Campaigns & Elections, students become completely immersed in the democratic process at the peak of election cycle.
High school students who plan to audition for college music or theatre scholarships will learn valuable tips at Audition 101: A Crash Course in Preparing for Your College Performing Arts Scholarship Audition on Sunday, Oct. 12, at Cornell College.