A Jingle Jog and Holiday Happenings event on Saturday, Dec. 7, offers fun for Collegeville residents. Read More
Ursinus College is again teaming up with The Collegeville Economic Development Corp. (CEDC) to offer “Dinner & a Show” — a night on the town conveniently in and around town — with 15 local restaurants offering dinner specials to individuals attending the performances of The Ursinus College Dance Company. Read More
The Ursinus College Choir and Meistersingers present George Frideric Handel’s Messiah, a winter season tradition, Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m., and Dec. 8 at 2:30 p.m., in Bomberger Auditorium. Tickets can be purchased at www.ursinus.edu/tickets. A Q & A with conductor John French, Heefner Chair of Music, was featured in the magazine Collegeville Life. Read More
Hunsburger Woods will be a greener place because students and campus volunteers have planted 480 trees to help reforest parts of the woods off Ninth Avenue in Collegeville. Read More
Just in time for Halloween, the Ursinus College Theater Department stages Bell, Book and Candle, a romantic comedy that evokes the 1950s and the sitcom Bewitched. Read More
Recent major gifts to Ursinus College were the topic of a story in the Oct. 15 Pottstown Mercury. The story was the subject of several tweets, including Colleges that Change Lives, @CTCLColleges, and The Mercury, @MercuryX .
Patrick Hurley, Associate Professor and Chair of Environmental Studies, has been recognized by the Perkiomen Watershed Conservancy for teaching within our community. Read More
Ursinus students are invited to the Collegeville Farmers’ Market Saturday (Aug. 31) where they can enjoy a discount at the many booths by showing a student ID. The market is open 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Read More
Welcome Week will culminate Sat. Aug. 24 as first-year Ursinus College students disperse into the surrounding community to volunteer as part of their orientation. The UCARE organization at Ursinus has organized buses to various community service sites. Read More
In what ways can a college and a community benefit from each other? President Bobby Fong explains in this op-ed in The Pottstown Mercury on Aug. 16.