Cincinnati, OH Spring Break Service Trip Join us as we spend our spring break serving with the Homeless Coalition of Cincinnati and visit the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center. We will serve the homeless, learn about systemic racism, and gain knowledge of how we can further the common good for all. Participants will receive LCOMM […]
Join our virtual information session on M.S. in Management and Organizational Behavior. Talk with faculty and our graduate admission counselors to learn more about our program, the admission process, and how to finance your Benedictine graduate education. REGISTER HERE
Benedictine Graduate Admissions will be attending the CareerEco Virtual National Diversity Graduate Social Science Fair. you would like to find out more about our programs, feel free to attend to speak to an Admission Counselor one on one, and ask questions! This online event is free to all candidates seeking a graduate degree in Behavioral/Social […]
Join Us Virtually or In Person REGISTER HERE This event is free and open to the public
ALAS (Association of Latino American Students) presents BenU Alumni Some questions that could be asked for the event include but are not limited to: When do you start asking for applications? How do you pick the right school for you? What is something you wish you knew or did differently during your application process?
Citgo Recruitment Event Wednesday, November 16 11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. Goodwin Hall, Second Floor
The University Library and Campus Ministry want to give you, the faculty and staff of Benedictine University the opportunity to choose gratitude this Thanksgiving by giving back to our students in need. We will be partnering together this Thanksgiving to collect food donations to support the BenU Food Pantry, housed on the 4th floor of Kindlon Hall. If you are […]
Join the Catholic Community Group Fridays at NOON. Kindlon 422. Campus Ministry Lounge. Dr. Rita George-Tvrtkovic will guide us in a dialogue about what the Church teaches regarding other religions, how we are called to learn from, engage with, and be in dialogue with other faith traditions.