Faculty News and Updates
Hannah Shearburn – IVCC Transfer, Biology, Meeting with Dr. Small at 10, Touring Campus with Brooke at 11, Meeting with Career Services at 12:00
Joshua Meade – Bureau Valley HS, Psychology, Meeting with Dr. Fulop at 10, Touring Campus with Brooke at 11, Meeting with Career Services at 12:00
Liz Wagner – Elmwood HS, Art, Touring Campus with Grace at 1:00, Meting with Rhea at 1:45
Common Read 2015-2016 Book Nomination Form
The Eureka College Common Read Program is based upon the assumption that all members of the Eureka College Community are part of the teaching/learning community. To this end, the FYE Program invites all members of the EC community to connect with each other through contemplation, conversation and community activities.
Want to relax, be productive and get to know your coworkers during the lunch hour? There will be a yarn hour in the Gammon Room on Fridays from noon to 1:00. Please bring your lunch, relax, and work on a project. All faculty, staff and students are welcome to attend!
First-Generation 2014–15 Events
First Generation Chicago Trip
On Saturday, Feb. 14 & 15, 2015 the First Generation Program will be taking a group of students to Chicago to see Unique Voices at the Joffrey Ballet and staying overnight at the Congress Plaza Hotel. On Sunday, February 16, 2014 we will travel to the Art Institute of Chicago. We will leave Saturday at approximately 11:45am and return Sunday approximately 4:45pm.
If you are interested in attending please contact Sarah Jiter or call 309-467-6436. Priority will be given to students.
First-year, first-generation students at Eureka College have the opportunity to participate in a variety of exciting programs throughout the year. These programs are opportunities for first-generation students to meet other first-generation college students, learn from distinguished faculty, and interact with Eureka College professional staff.
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Retention Alert Form
The Retention & Persistence Committee invites you to begin using this Retention Alert Form to communicate your retention concerns about students.
Only a user logged into our domain (eureka.edu) can submit an alert via this form. Once the form is submitted, the user receives a verification email back, including a summary of their responses.
The responses are automatically logged into a Google Doc spreadsheet, which only the members of the Retention & Persistence Committee can access. In addition to the responses, the spreadsheet also logs the timestamp of the submission, and the domain username (email address) of the person submitting the form. Members of the committee get an email alert the moment a new submission is made.
We want your feedback about this new method for reporting your retention concerns about students. Email or call Scott Wignall (x6302) with any questions or ideas about this system.