This summer’s curriculum for the Earthworks organization at The Center at Donaldson is based on the DNR’s “Project Wild” program. This curriculum provides a wide range of environmental activities for children.
According to Adam Thada, Ecological Relationships Director at The Center at Donaldson, trail cameras will be installed to study the lives of the wildlife on campus. Children participating in the program will learn about the animals seen on campus and their habitat.
Ancilla College wants to help students with Autism Spectrum Disorder get a college education. College officials announced the launch of the Autism Program at Ancilla College during a press conference Friday. Continue reading →
Hoosiers planning to attend college this fall have another chance to get financial aid from the state. Students were required to fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by March 10 in order to be eligible for state aid, but a problem with the online data retrieval tool means that deadline’s been pushed back to April 15. Continue reading →
Prospective college students and their parents can learn about the financial aid process and get help completing the necessary forms during a free workshop tomorrow in Knox. Ancilla College officials will be at Knox United Methodist Church from 1 until 3 p.m. to answer questions about the Free Application for Federal Student Aid, or FAFSA. They can also assist in the completion of the form. Continue reading →
Ancilla College has new virtual anatomy software, thanks to a recent philanthropic campaign. The school set a #GivingTuesday fundraising goal of $1,200 on Tuesday, Nov. 29. Donations collected in the 24 hour window were earmarked for the purchase of a software program for anatomy and physiology students from BioDigital. Continue reading →
Prospective college students and their families can get some help applying for financial aid during a few upcoming events.
Representatives from Ancilla College will be on hand tomorrow at Plymouth High School or next Sunday, Nov. 20, from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Knox United Methodist Church to help complete the FAFSA. Continue reading →
Prospective college students can get an early start on the financial aid process. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid is now available for those planning to attend college next fall. Continue reading →
Students interested in attending college will have a few chances this week to learn more about Ancilla College. As part of Indiana College GO! Week, Ancilla enrollment counselors will be visiting several schools around the local area. Continue reading →
A longtime supporter of Ancilla College will continue to offer posthumous support to the two-year private school. Starke County Philanthropist Jim Hardesty was an Ancilla College trustee and also founded the Starke County Community Foundation. Continue reading →
Ancilla College’s new agriculture program continues to grow. Ancilla President Ken Zirkle says there are already more then 20 students signed up to take part in the two-year degree program when the fall semester starts next month. Continue reading →