Adrian College received media attention earlier this year, attracting controversy after an email warned students with outstanding monetary balances to the college that their meal plans could be suspended if those balances were not paid off.
Author: Chancey Boyce
Alpha Award Celebrates Campus Leaders
Anybody can nominate staff members and students of Adrian for the Alpha Award on Adrian College’s official website.
Creativity Award gives Adrian community a chance to improve campus
The Creativity Award has been in place for at least a decade, with a donor putting forward 10,000 dollars each year to creatively enhance Adrian’s campus.
Student Life Office and Abuzz-crafted “Bulldog Games” to Stimulate Social Life on Campus
The games this season are planned to be the biggest the school has ever done.
New scholarship expands Adrian College Graduate Program
Adrian College recently took a major step to expand its Master’s Degree program by partnering with Clayton & McKervey, an accounting firm in Southfield, to offer scholarships for its employees to complete a Master’s Degree in Accountanc
Students Illuminate Lack of Streetlights on Campus
A number of students at Adrian College, has raised concerns about the lack of streetlights along a number of streets and parking lots on campus.
Alpha Phi sorority prepares for annual Red Dress Gala
Adrian College’s Alpha Phi sorority will hold its annual Red Dress Gala in the Adrian Tobias Center on Sun, Nov. 13, from 11-2 p.m.
PREVIEW: Adrian College Prepares for Fall Fest
Adrian College’s annual Fall Fest will commence on Saturday, Oct. 22.
Adrian College celebrates five years of Bruiser the Bulldog
On Oct. 13, Adrian College threw a birthday celebration for its live mascot, Bruiser the Bulldog, who had turned five years old.
Adrian Professor of Modern Languages and Cultures Reacts to Death of Queen Elizabeth II
Dr. Bryan Bott was present in England for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee in 2002 (marking her 50th year on the throne), her Diamond Jubilee in 2012, and her Platinum Jubilee this past summer, in 2022.