The Community by Design 2021 strategic plan is the result of a planning-by-community-versus-committee process consistent with the core values and practices of the Church of the Brethren, the college’s founding denomination. The plan’s goals focus on growth achieved through innovative academic programs driven by entrepreneurial faculty and a community that embodies well-articulated values, supported by safe, adequate facilities and a well-funded endowment. Strategic Plan documents
We are proud to announce that we have been recognized for the second year in a row to the Chronicle's Great College to Work For Honor Roll. Thank you, faculty and staff, for making this a great day to be a Bulldog! ... See MoreSee Less
Flashback Friday challenge! Can you name all of the buildings pictured in this vintage aerial view of campus?
Whomever can accurately name them all (or the most) in the comments will be entered into a drawing to win this Bulldog fleece blanket! Answers and winner will be revealed on Monday! Good luck! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for participating! We had several close guesses and many correct guesses! Answers: 1. Frantz Hall, 2. Kline Hall, 3. Arnold Hall, 4. (New) Fahnestock Hall, 5. Beeghly Hall, 6. Student Union, 7.Dotzour Hall, 8. Church of the Brethren, 9. Friendship Hall, 10. Brown Auditorium, 11. Mohler Hall, 12. Physical Education/Gymnasium, 13. Harnly Hall Congrats to Cindy Dell Kinnamon for winning the bulldog blanket!
1. Frantz 2. Klein 3. Arnold 4. Fahnestock 5. Beeghly 6. Student Union 7. Dotzour Hall 8. COB 9. Friendship 10. Brown 11. Mohler 12. Gym 13. Harnly
1. Frantz Hall, 2. Klein Hall, 3. Arnold Hall, 4. New Fahnestock hall, 5. Beeghly Hall / Carnegie Library, 6. Hoffman Student Union (not called that then), 7. Dotzour Hall, 8. Church of the Brethren, 9. Friendship Hall, 10. Brown Auditorium, 11. Mohler Hall, 12. Sport Center 13. Harnly Hall. Picture taken somewhere between about 1962-1965ish before Metzler was constructed but after Sharp was demolished.