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  • Free Tickets Available

    The sponsoring organizations have made a small number of tickets available for employees to attend the Mary Stuart Masterson: The Little Things event on Oct. 13.  Tickets will include the performance, the pre-show reception and the panel discussion featuring Mary Stuart Masterson and Jeremy Davidson. Tickets will be awarded on a first-come basis. Email CASE@ursinus.edu

  • New Discriminatory Acts Policy

    The new Discriminatory Acts Policy (formerly known as the Bias Incident Policy) went into effect on Sept. 25, 2018.  


  • The Commons

    Construction of the Commons has begun and there will be changes to traffic patterns and access to campus intermittently.  Please refer to “Good Morning, Ursinus” and the Commons website for project, parking and closure updates.

  • Campus Master Planning

    Last week: A visit from our Campus Master Planning consultants led by Kevin King of Hord Coplan Macht Visit the CMP Page for more information.


  • Sharon Hansen

    As director of career and post-graduate development, Sharon works to develop and nurture relationships with organizations leading to internship and job opportunities for Ursinus students and alumni. But did you know…?


This box will contain announcements of importance to our Ursinus family. Some of you may remember “Concern of the Community” emails. We would like your help in naming the box. Please submit suggestions to QuickQuestion@Ursinus.edu 

Quick question

Where was the bell that rang when a class was over &  when a home football game was won? 

Submit your answer to: QuickQuestion@ursinus.edu
Winners announced on this page.

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  • Discounts at Escape Trappe Submitted By: CASE

    Escape Trappe, our local escape room experience is offering discounts to Ursinus employees. 


    If you have a sofa to sell or tickets to share, don’t be tempted to violate the acceptable use policy, have your announcement listed here by emailing mkelly@ursinus.edu with the subject “Bulletin Board” 

What’s happening

Bill Racich

Ursinus Mourns Loss of Longtime Colleague

Longtime wrestling coach Bill Racich unexpectedly passed away Friday. Services were held on campus on Saturday, Sept. 29.
Ted Corbin shared the work that his organization does in Philadelphia surrounding the impact community violence has on ind...

Parlee Center Speaker Talks Community Violence, Intervention

The Parlee Center for Science and the Common Good kicked off its fall semester speaker series on Monday, Sept. 10, with a talk by Ted Corbin, medical director of the Healing Hurt People (HHP) program.
Tristan Ashcroft will receive the Perkiomen Watershed Teaching Excellence award.

Tristan Ashcroft Recognized for Environmental Stewardship

Tristan Ashcroft, a lecturer of environmental studies, will receive the Perkiomen Watershed Teaching Excellence award, recognizing exceptional instruction by an individual seeking to educate students about the watershed and its stewardship.