Posts Tagged ‘ Career ’

Michael Cutright is honored as Outstanding Student

Jan 4th, 2013 | By
Michael Cutright

Michael Cutright of Channahon was recently recognized with the Outstanding Student Award for Accelerated Business Programs. He recently earned a Bachelor of Arts in Management with an Organizational Leadership concentration from Lewis University in Romeoville.   Read the full article, here. Tweet



What is a college degree worth today?

Dec 19th, 2012 | By
What is your college degree worth.

A new report from the State Higher Education Executive Officers points out that skepticism about the value of a college degree is just off base: “…the evidence clearly demonstrates the value of a college education. According to our analysis of U.S. Census data, those who obtain a bachelor’s degree have a median income of $50,360 compared to a median of $29,423 for people with only a high school diploma. An associate’s degree leads to a median income of $38,607, more than $9,000 higher than a high school diploma. Those with a graduate degree have a median income of $68,064, 35.2 percent more than those with a bachelor’s degree. Additionally, The College Advantage: Weathering the Economic Storm, from the Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, shows that workers without a college degree have been significantly worse off in the recent economic downturn than those who have attended college. Four out of every five jobs lost
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Adult Accelerated Undergraduate Business Degree: Why Lewis University?

Dec 5th, 2012 | By
Dee Crye

                        Learn, first hand, why Lewis University is a sound path to your future! See what one of our alumni has to say…http://youtu.be/wfzQfWxvhXg Learn more…https://www.lewisu.edu/academics/cob/spce/index.htm Tweet



College of Business students…Here is the course cycle for your program

Nov 7th, 2012 | By
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Please view the following information for typical course availability for your program. Some required courses are only offered once a year or less frequently than others.  These course cycles are only an intended schedule and certain factors may create the necessity to stray from it.  Please note that course availability can and will fluctuate, from
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ASPS Students-Here is the course cycle for your program

Nov 7th, 2012 | By
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Please view the following information for typical course availability for your program.   Click on the schedule to make it larger… Tweet



Bachelor & Masters of Organizational Leadership students…Here are your program course cycles

Nov 6th, 2012 | By
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Please view the following information for typical course availability for your program. Some required courses are only offered once a year or less frequently than others.  These course cycles are only an intended schedule and certain factors may create the necessity to stray from it.  Please note that course availability can and will fluctuate, from
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How Many Hours Do Successful Students Study Each Week?

Oct 31st, 2012 | By
How Many Hours Do You Study (ASL) MChart

A recent survey of the members of the Lewis University chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda asked the question, “How many hours each week is need for study and writing?” As you can see, it is important to set aside a proper amount of time to be successful.  This estimation may very from student to student
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ASPS students…Need an Internship?

Sep 26th, 2012 | By
Job or Internship

On behalf of Tennille Allen, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, Director, Applied Sociology and Political Science Program, Director, African American Studies Program, we are sharing the following offer with you… My name is Tim Tackett, the deputy campaign manager for a local state senate race. Of the most important aspects to any vibrant democracy, including freedom of speech,
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Lewis University, College of Business is Personal!

Sep 17th, 2012 | By
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One of the hallmarks of a Lewis University degree is that it is personal. Indeed, our values and culture support the personalization of your education. This can be expressed in a number of ways, for instance, “You are treated as a person, not a number.” However, just hearing that statement does not explain how the
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Hindsight…Shared!

Aug 31st, 2012 | By
Juggling

A recent survey of the members of the Lewis University chapter of Alpha Sigma Lambda asked the question, “What do you know now that you wish you had known when you started at Lewis?” Here is a look at some of the “hindsight” from this elite group of students: * You can’t underestimate time management
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