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College Students Embark on Legal Studies

For the first time, Beacon College offered a course focused on the law. Michael Lozano, a Learning Specialist who holds a Juris Doctor from Barry University School of Law, designed the Introduction to Criminal Law course to help build a foundation for students interested in the field of legal studies. In this class, students were […]

Students Introduced to the Culture of Central Europe

Every summer, Dr. Terri Ross and Professor Van Galyon create a course designed to introduce students to the cultures they will be experiencing through the Travel Abroad and Cultural Studies Program. This year, students were touring Central Europe, visiting Warsaw, Krakow, Budapest, and Vienna. The Culture & Art of Central Europe course permitted students an […]

Beacon President Reflects on College’s International Reach

With two weeks’ respite to reflect on my extraordinary time in Nigeria, I thought it important to commit to writing a capstone entry for the Beacon community and those who wish to know more about our College and our growing international reach. This contribution is offered immediately preceding another international milestone for Beacon: the arrival […]

Exploring Heartache Through Art

Offered for the first time this summer, the Interactive Art course not only introduced students to a new concept in the realm of visual arts, it also permitted an opportunity for them to explore and develop new ideas as a group, creating a collaborative art piece. The class worked on the project over the month […]

Salutatorian Discovered ADHD As Adult

Daniel Bordenkircher

Daniel Bordenkircher, Beacon College Class of 2015 Human Services & Psychology graduate and class salutatorian, traveled a unique path to academic success. Dan has been a resident of Leesburg for more than 30 years and, while he was aware of Beacon’s mission, he never considered it an option for his own college education, until he […]

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