Ursinus College is included in the downloadable book, The Princeton Review’s Guide to 322 Green Colleges, published by The Princeton Review. Read More
Two very different institutions that share a deep commitment to liberal arts education will work together on their core curricula, supported by a $300,000 grant from the Mellon Foundation. Read More
A letter in The Chronicle of Higher Education written by Swarthmore College President Rebecca Chopp on behalf of all Centennial Conference school presidents praises the values of Division III athletics. Read More
Ursinus College’s academic rigor and supportive faculty help make it one of the country’s best 377 colleges, according to The Princeton Review’s “The Best 377 Colleges – 2013.” Only about 15 percent of the country’s 2,500 four-year colleges (and three colleges outside the U.S.) are profiled in the renowned college guide. Read More
Ursinus College is cited in a new book by cultural critic and Columbia University professor Andrew Delbanco: College: What It Was, Is, and Should Be. Delbanco includes the Ursinus first-year required course that asks students to consider moral questions of human existence. (See related story about Delbanco on WHYY Radio.) Read More
Vice President for Enrollment Richard DiFeliciantonio is quoted in this article in Kiplinger debunking some strategies for securing more financial aid. Parents who want to navigate the financial aid process should be wary of some of these strategies, points out Kiplinger Personal Finance Editor Jane Bennett Clark.
A liberal arts education is a good basis for a career, a new study shows. Graduates of the nation’s top liberal arts colleges say they are better prepared, and rated their college experience highly, compared to graduates of any other types of colleges, according to a new study commissioned by the Annapolis Group, a consortium of leading liberal arts colleges. Read More
Ursinus College welcomes its first-year class of 440 students, who will move into designated freshman residence halls on Thursday (Aug. 25). The Class of 2015 will be the first class fully under the presidency of Dr. Bobby Fong, who was formerly president of Butler University in Indiana. Read More
Ursinus College is one of the country’s best 376 colleges for undergraduate education, according to The Princeton Review, for its academic rigor and campus culture. Read More
The New York Times popular blog, The Choice, on Feb. 15, took a close look at the Ursinus Office of Admission strategy to pursue more qualified and interested students, rather than set goals for record number of applications. The story also ran in the Feb. 16 print edition on the National page. Please check out the comments too.