Students choose an instructor and give an award based on outstanding efforts in the classroom such as encouragement, coaching, mentoring and engagement.
Faculty and instructors nominate for this award a student whom they feel has made contributions to the University and/or community; successfully balanced work, family and school; and has overcome some difficult circumstances in pursuit of their education.
St. Ambrose welcomes Prakash Menon, PhD, and Jim Graham DBA '12 and two veteran faculty–Revs. Brian Miclot and Chuck Adam '84–also will teach classes this summer and fall.
This summer course–offered once every four years–will focus on U.S. Political campaign process, including organizational and political communications.
The St. Ambrose University Bookstore will offer again textbook rental to students for summer, fall and spring classes.
Jot these down; they become active March 7!
The U.S. Department of Education dictates that students must be progressing through their academic program in a timely manner in order to receive federal student financial aid, such as a Pell Grant or student loans.
Her journey began when a supervisor suggested she earn a degree through ACCEL.
Students who have obtained a degree from the ACCEL program have been very successful in obtaining employment or advancing in their existing career after graduation.
At ACCEL, we take this opportunity annually to celebrate our students and alumni.