SU rises to #2 among Impact Schools while the Center for Career & Professional Development is recognized as #3 Best Career Services in the nation.
Five transfer students explain why—and how—they made the switch to Southwestern.
A guide to navigating the transfer process to a new university
SU is recognized as #15 in the college planning platform’s Top 25 Best Colleges in the Southwest.
SU is recognized for combining quality and affordability.
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SU ties for the #102 National Liberal Arts College in the U.S., according to the 2021 college guide.
SU makes the top 10 in the unique ranking system.
SU earns recognition for promoting social mobility, research, and public service among its undergraduates.
Southwestern’s Lab for Innovative Ventures and Entrepreneurship empowers students to take an idea from concept to business plan.
Places to eat, hang out, shop, and enjoy the great outdoors in Georgetown—as told by a local!
The honor places the Sarofim School of Fine Arts among the top-tier art institutions in the nation.
The Asian Students Association provides a safe community for Asian, Pacific Islander, and Desi American students at Southwestern.
Southwestern University students reflect the nation’s diversity of political stances.
Mattie Mint ’22 shares about her journey into the professional world through the Kemper Scholar Program.
When “the best-laid schemes o’ mice an’ men” really do go awry
Sarah Shearin ’21 hopes to use the funding to study abroad in Amsterdam next summer.
A student-led campaign aims to raise awareness about the social and environmental impacts of single-use menstrual products.
Maria Lowe, Southwestern professor of sociology, discusses how the coronavirus pandemic has revealed and exacerbated racial disparities.
SU is again recognized as one of the “the best and most interesting” four-year colleges and universities.
Associate Professor of Psychology Bryan Neighbors reflects on COVID-19, “the most significant natural disaster to strike humankind in all of our lifetimes.”
Librarian Megan Firestone provides a behind-the-scenes look at Special Collections and the magic of handling cultural artifacts past and present.
Political communication and political psychology expert Emily Sydnor weighs in on the ongoing outbreak.
Garey Endowed Chair in Chemistry Maha Zewail-Foote publishes an article on how she successfully transformed her biochemistry lab to an online platform.
In an interview with Erin Crockett, associate professor of psychology, we learn that her talents and passions extend well beyond the classroom.
Southwestern professors Saroj Dhital and Dirk Early explain the impacts of the pandemic on the U.S. economy.
Recent physics graduate Mike May ’20 demonstrates how taking risks by learning outside your major is crucial to becoming a leader in innovation.
Three Southwestern alumni divulge the details of their lives postgraduation.
Studio art alumna Kelsey Baker ’16 fills us in on what it’s like to finish her graduate degree during a pandemic and how she is creating art in a socially distanced world.
Christi Rodriguez Cottrell ’98 shares how her background in theatre has become an asset for her career in law.
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