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  • Edible Books Contest Winners!

    Most Popular Entry: “Wizarding World of Harry Potter” by Matt Zrada

    Runner-Up: “Games with Thrones” by Kelley Williams and Kim Magers

    Funniest Entry: “Frank-in-stein” by Gene Spencer

    Best Book Representation: “Orange is the New Black” by Jennifer Kuklentz

    Most Appetizing: “Harry Potter and the Sorting Hat Cupcakes” by Christine Iannicelli

    Least Appetizing: “Crabs on the Rampage” by Karen Pumo

  • Administrative Holidays Announced

    The college administrative holidays for 2019-2020:

    Thursday July 4, 2019   
    Friday July 5, 2019   

    November 28, 2019


    November 29, 2019


    December 24, 2019


    December 25, 2019


    December 26, 2019

    Friday December 27, 2019
    Monday December 30, 2019
    Tuesday December 31, 2019
    Wednesday January 1, 2020
    Monday January 20, 2020
    Monday May 25, 2020

    NOTE: The college will be open on Labor Day, and classes will be in session.  However, effective July 1, 2019, employees were granted a new floating holiday in recognition of the services provided on Labor Day.  This floating holiday may be used at any time during the fiscal year.

    Please Refer to the HR website for more information



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    Del Engstrom

    Del Engstrom, chair of the health and exercise physiology department was honored in December of 2018 for twenty-five years of service to Ursinus. More…


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Ross Doughty ’68

College Mourns the Loss of Ross Doughty’68

A proud Ursinus alumnus, longtime professor and historian, and celebrated member of the Ursinus community for more than 50 years, Ross passed away on Thursday, March 28, after a valiant battle with ALS.
Colman Domingo

Spirituality and the Arts: Using Grief as a Catalyst for Creative Expression and Social Transformation

Saturday, April 13 - The Faith and Life Forum presents this event with guest speaker actor, playwright and director Colman Domingo, who appears in the Academy Award-nominated If Beale Street Could Talk. The Faith and Life Forum seeks to explore the intersection between matters of faith and contemporary issues in public life. 6 p.m. Lenfest Theater