The results are in: 99 percent of grads who responded to a survey are employed, and most in their chosen fields!
Research-engaged undergrads are evaluating various effects on physical balance, developing a virtual and robotic model of a hand—and finding turtles.
Dozens of Fighting Bees and Queen Bees received accolades last week.
The men of St. Ambrose took a stand against sexualized violence (story and photos).
"Everything I learned here will help me for years to come."
Local employers will interview St. Ambrose students.
Career Center staff will be providing resume reviews for students and alumni.
High school juniors and seniors, and families: Visit St. Ambrose when the campus is bursting with activities.
Connecting students and alumni with prospective employers and internship opportunities.
High school juniors: You are invited to join us for one of our special campus visit days to learn more about life at St. Ambrose, and get important information to help you prepare for applying to college.