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Nursing majors are learning in new simulation labs thanks to a 25,000 sq. ft. addition to South Hall. St. Charles Borromeo is now home to the College of Business.
For students who are unsure of the opportunities for their major, Career Services has connections to alumni and resources to help you plan your future.
Faculty seek opportunities to extend student learning beyond the classroom. Our Lasallian tradition of teaching encourages your complete development.
Lewis University recognized 10 notable alumni during its Annual Alumni Awards Dinner in October. John Jack Marco 68, Chairman of... Read Full Article
Lewis University senior Armand Levandi (Tallinn, Estonia/Audentese Spordigumnaasiumi) and sophomore Mate Srdanovic (Split, Croatia/Graditeljsko-Geodetska... Read Full Article
Dr. James E. Girard 67 presented a seminar "Forensic DNA Typing and CODIS, which focused on the biochemistry behind DNA typing and... Read Full Article
Travel Abroad in May or June 2015
Travel Study programs are a great way for you to learn more about different parts of the world and earn credit at the same time. They are organized by Lewis professors to provide students the opportunity to travel for short periods and learn in different parts of the world. Classes meet on campus for part of the course and then travel with the faculty during the break time for one to three weeks, examining the course topic intensively on-site.
To learn more about studying abroad as a Lewis University student, please click on the Apply for Study Abroad Programs link. View our program offerings, find ways to fund your study abroad experience, find study abroad related links and information, contact the Study Abroad office firstname.lastname@example.org, and learn about applying for a program. Start planning now.