Entries tagged with ‘First-year’

Gustavus Awarded $25,000 Vocational Exploration Grant by CIC NetVUE

The grant will support student programming and professional development for staff involved in vocational exploration.

Gustavus Announces 2016-2017 Reading in Common Book Selection

Gustavus has selected Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates as the 2016-2017 Reading in Common book. Now in its 17th year, the Reading in Common program seeks to ignite conversation around relevant topics and provide a shared experience for the incoming first-year class.

Politics of Housing and Homelessness First Term Seminar Takes Learning Outside the Classroom

Students in the Politics of Housing and Homelessness First Term Seminar participated in the 15th annual sleep out this November.

Students Return to Campus, Classes Resume

Tuesday, Sept. 2 marked the beginning of the 147th academic year at Gustavus Adolphus College. Classes resumed at 8 a.m., and President Jack R. Ohle gave the homily at a 10 a.m. opening convocation ceremony in Christ Chapel.

Gustavus Looks Forward to New Academic Year

Gustavus Adolphus College will begin its 147th academic year Tuesday, Sept. 2 when classes commence for the college's 2,600 full-time students. Approximately 635 first-year students are enrolled at Gustavus this fall.

Wilderness Immersion Program Provides Unique Opportunity for First-Year Students

While approximately 680 first-year students will arrive at Gustavus Adolphus College on Friday, Aug. 31 for new student orientation, 21 first-year students will arrive on campus a week earlier to participate in a unique experience called the New Student Wilderness Immersion Program.

Gustavus Looks Forward to New Academic Year

Gustavus Adolphus College will begin its 146th academic year Tuesday, Sept. 4 when classes commence for the college's 2,500 full-time students. Approximately 680 first-year students are enrolled at Gustavus this fall.