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  • New Position Opening

    The Transfer Credit Evaluator (TCE) is a full-time exempt position and has primary responsibility for evaluation of transcripts for transfer credits. The TCE works with the Registrar, Assistant to the Registrar and Transfer Coordinator in Admission in coordinating all evaluations and updates to student transcripts. - More

  • Bookstore Winter Holiday Hours

    Jan 2 through Jan 20 OPEN 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday

    CLOSED weekends through January 20, 2019


  • Campus Master Planners to Return

    The campus master planners will be back on campus for poster sessions and further focus groups January 28, 29, 30. The entire community will be invited to poster sessions and discussions with the architects during various times over these three days. Stay tuned for specific times.The college needs the engagement of the whole campus for these important conversations as we work toward a plan to align our physical resources with Quest: Open Questions Open Minds in academic, residence life and athletic programming for the next 10 to 20 years. See the web page for more information.

  • Commons - Campus Drive Closure

    With the next phase of Commons construction set to begin, Campus Drive, the main driveway to our campus from Main Street, is now closed to all traffic. It will remain closed until the Commons project is complete. All vehicular traffic should continue to enter campus via either Fifth Avenue or Ninth Avenue.  For more information about the Commons construction project, please visit the Commons website.


  • Carolyn Weigel
    Carolyn Weigel

    Carolyn Weigel, college archivist, was honored at the Service Recognition Luncheon for her twenty-five years of services to Ursinus College. Get to know more about Carolyn in our spotlight story.


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What’s happening

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Film The Hate U Give

The film The Hate U Give  will be shown sponsored by the Greek Presidents Council, and the Ursinus College Student Government. Light refreshments will be served and Christian Rice, visiting assistant professor of philosophy and religion and assistant dean for civic engagement will lead a reflection conversation following the film. Lenfest Theater in the Kaleidoscope
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Wednesday:Lightning Talks

“Valuing Black Lives in the Twenty-first Century: A brief Lesson from the Black Liberation Movement” Edward Onaci, assistant professor history - “The SIE Program: Supporting Incluslive Excellence in Biology, Biochemistry, and Neuroscience” Carlita Favero, assistant professor of biology-“It Starts with Faculty Hiring” Mark Schneider,  vice president of academic affairs and dean of the college
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Conversations Across Campus

At Noon and 3 p.m. on Wednesday, January 23 CIE Faculty will facilitate conversations using the text Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates in the Baldek/Hollis Gallery, Berman Museum
Martin Luther King, Jr

Film: Let the Fire Burn

Thursday, Jan. 24 - A film about the burning of Osage Avenue in the City of Philadelphia will be screene. Immediately following the film there will be a panel discussion moderated by Edward Onaci, assistant professor of history and featuring Gabriel Bryant, Pam Africa, Mike Africa, Jr. There will be a reception before the film. Lenfest Theater