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Office of Admission

2 East South Street

Galesburg, IL 61401-4999

309-341-7100

800-678-KNOX

admission@​knox.edu

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The Knox campus is home for the 1,400 students who live in the residence halls and nearby apartments, eat in the student union, study in the libraries, labs and classrooms, work in campus offices, play in the gymnasiums, athletic fields, and game areas, and perform in the theatres and recital halls. It is home also to the hundreds of faculty members, administrative and support staff who spend long hours here every day meeting the many needs of Knox students.

The Knox community reaches out beyond the bounderies of the campus as well, to take in the city of Galesburg, a regional center and county seat. Knox and Galesburg were founded together in 1837, and their histories are closely entwined. Today, city and college remain close. Knox students often find work in town, and others are deeply involved in internships or volunteer activities with local groups and agencies. Students are a familiar presence in the city's churches and temple, welcomed by the many residents who are often Knox alumni. They are commonly found relaxing at the mall, in downtown shops, at the farmers' market, working on community gardens, at the city's many varied restaurants or at the movies, the symphony, the civic theatre, or traveling bike routes to nearby Lake Storey.

Women's soccer goalie in pre-season practice.
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