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Sunday, February 14, 2016 10:53 AM
  • SCHAUMBURG - The Roosevelt University campus is in Schaumburg to stay, university President Ali Malekzadeh told a local business group.

  • SUGAR GROVE - Waubonsee Community College students will likely see tuition increase by more than 7 percent later this year. And college officials say students may have to pick up a greater share of the costs of educating them, as their worries grow about state support shrinking away.
  • PALATINE - U.S. Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu joined representatives from Zurich America, Harper College and a U.S. ambassador to officially launch a first-of-its kind apprenticeship program for the insurance industry, offering Harper students the opportunity to work at Zurich’s Schaumburg headquarters while earning a degree.

  • DOWNERS GROVE - The government is taking the operators of the for-profit DeVry University to court, alleging they misled consumers about students' jobs and earnings prospects
  • DES PLAINES - Former Oakton Community College President Margaret B. Lee has been given the distinction of president emerita by the college board of trustees.
  • ELGIN - Judson University in Elgin is seeking nominations for the D. Ray Wilson Volunteer Service Award.
  • Mc HENRY - McHenry County College is partnering with the University of Illinois to help students save money and get jobs in physics, engineering and technology fields.
  • Whitman College President Kathleen Murray today announced the appointment of Alzada J. Tipton as the college’s new provost and dean of the faculty.
    Currently the senior vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Elmhurst College, Tipton will begin as Whitman College provost before the 2016—2017 academic year,
  • HANOVER PARK - In just its first year of operation, the Education and Work Center in Hanover Park already iseeing a strong demand for its services, officials say. "The response from the community has really proved that this was needed," said the center's director.
  • ELGIN - Construction of Elgin Community College’s $20 million, state of the art Public Safety Training Center in Burlington is wrapping up, and the first students will take classes there in spring, officials said.
  • Clinton Gabbard, vice president of student services at Lake Michigan College, has been tapped as McHenry County College’s next president. The college board Thursday night approved a two-year contract with Gabbard, who will receive an annual salary of $215,000.
  • ROMEOVILLE — The Lewis University Department of Computer and Mathematical Sciences recently hosted an event called Real-IT-y: What You Need To Know About the Future IT Job Market. 
  • An interview with Dan Morgan, regional vice president of New School Development, Fusion Academy.
  • ELMHURST — Elmhurst College has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs and Military Spouse.

  • SUGAR GROVE -- The Waubonsee Community College board appointed Jimmie Delgado of Oswego to replace Trustee Jim Pilmer, who resigned. Pilmer is leaving because he is taking a job as executive director of the Fox Valley Park District.
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