Students in Southwestern’s Financial Analyst Program are responsible for managing a hefty portion of the University’s endowment.
SU is featured in the 2019 edition of The Princeton Review’s guide to best colleges for return on investment.
Danyale Kellogg ’19 engaged in multiple internships, from the U.S. House of Representatives to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, and studied abroad twice during her college career.
Gillian Glover ’19 majored in business, math, and Spanish and studied abroad twice.
President Edward Burger visited the Googleplex to discuss how we all can become more effective and creative problem-solvers.
Second-year students can benefit from an exclusive new professional-development summit.
Psychology major Henna Karedia ’19 experiences new cultures while studying abroad.
For the third year running, SU has received an unprecedented number of applications.
The Established Men Promoting Intelligence, Respect, and Efficacy of SU build community and promote intercultural learning on and off campus.
Jonah Rohne ’19 reflects on his favorite part of the University: the faculty.
SU hosts the 20th annual Research and Creative Works Symposium.
International student-athlete Alexis Dimanche ’20 is always planning for the future.
Political science and history double major Teresa Cropper ’20 believes that civic engagement is about “bettering your community through engagement.”
Professor of Studio Art Star Varner and Southwestern students investigate the whereabouts of a controversial 1941 mural.
Lizzie Barry ’21 relishes her semester abroad in London.
Southwestern students travel to San Francisco to learn about immigrant rights and labor.
Southwestern’s nationally recognized student-athletes are pioneering a new tradition in DIII tennis.
The University joins institutions dedicated to making a college education more accessible.
Southwestern University President Edward Burger recently announced that Dr. Timothy B. Boone ’77 will speak at the 2019 commencement ceremony on May 11 at 10 a.m. in the Corbin J. Robertson Center.
Check out the sights of SING! 2019.
Interdisciplinary scholars and artists explore the Anthropocene at Southwestern’s Brown Symposium XXXIX.
Lauren Gillespie ’19 reflects on what it takes to research, present, and publish successfully as a chemistry and computer science double major.
Savannah Ritz ’20, theater and business major, travels the world supporting the dramatic arts.
Here are some basic tips on paying for college for students and their families.
Southwestern Associate Professor of Environmental Studies Joshua Long explores the social-justice impacts of cities implementing climate-resilient policy and planning.
Southwestern is ranked #1 among schools for using renewable electricity.
SU is one of 123 campuses in 31 states recognized for promoting civic engagement.
Professor of Music and Margarett Root Brown Chair in Fine Arts Michael Cooper uncovers and edits unpublished works by African-American composer Florence B. Price.
Southwestern alumna Madge Vásquez ’94 is now the CEO of nonprofit Mission Capital.
The University recognized four dedicated members of the campus community with the 2019 Mundy Awards.
Christina Hadly ’13, an art history and business double major, has traded in a conventional corporate career for a life of adventure and independence.
Scott Rocher ’04 and Blithe Casterline Rocher ’05 reflect on their Southwestern Experience.
Southwestern students talk about their Southwestern Experience and how scholarships and programs funded by donors changed their lives.
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