Global Education Program Puts Learning on Other Foot for Educators

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Beacon profs in Poland

Beacon educators Michael Fallon (blue shirt and sunglasses) and Dr. Michele Szydlowski (striped shirt and cap) abroad with the Classrooms Without Borders program. By Richard Burnett Shock and awe awaited a triad of Beacon College faculty members this summer as they encountered some of the most infamous places in history on an educational trip to […]

Travel renewed, Beacon Students Travel to a Land Down Under

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Beacon on camels

As hundreds of travelers before them, a flock of Beacon College students set out on a journey this summer in search of knowledge and fun in another part of the world. Their destination: Australia. Nearly 30 students, one alum, two parents, and one sibling joined the June trip, part of the college’s Travel Abroad Program led by Provost Shelly Chandler

Beacon Responds to Mental Health Needs with Innovation, Services

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Mental Health Group

There has been a growing public interest and awareness around mental health over the past decade and that awareness hasn’t escaped college campuses. At Beacon College, that has translated into innovations and a greater range of options for students — many of which could not have come at a better time. 

Anthrozoology Program at Beacon Proves a Popular Choice for Animal-loving Students

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Anthrozoology - Snake

Many students have been drawn to the college’s anthrozoology program, only one of two such programs in the United States at the bachelor’s level, with 93 students currently enrolled. The program, which started in 2016, has proven popular in the era of climate change and human encroachment on animal habitats, a time when so much of the natural world is in peril.

Ingram to Bring a Little Broadway to Summer for Success Program

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As associate director of enrollment services, Chrystol Ingram makes sure students at Beacon College successfully complete their application process and secure financial aid. But after her work is done, a whole different side of Ingram comes to life. This side is steeped in faith and also carries a message of hope through gospel music, a legacy passed down to her through family and church.