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July 2019 Gizmogram from Knox College
Celebrants at one of 14 #KnoxProud Day events hold up a #KnoxProud banner. The headline reads, "Donors give $16 million to Knox in FY2019."

Thank you to the more than 6,600 alumni, faculty, staff, and friends who made gifts to Knox during FY2019. Gifts to the Knox Fund totaled more than $3.7 million, while another $7.6 million went toward campus facility improvements, including the Phase I renovation of the Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center.

FY2019 Fundraising

What's Next for the Class of 2019

Graduate school, a veterinary clinic, a Washington, D.C., nonprofit, and the Peace Corps are just a few of the places new Knox graduates are heading this summer and fall.

Knox Board Elects Five New Trustees

The Knox Board of Trustees elected five alumni to its ranks on July 1, 2019: James “Bud” Potter '63, David S. Mitchell '83, Julie K Rademaker '83, Valerie J. Blevins '86, and Amy Ragnini Olson '91.

Preparing Students for Law School

Under the stewardship of Chancie Ferris Booth Professor of Political Science and Pre-Law Advisor Lane Sunderland, Knox offers a range of courses, experiences, and personal connections to help students choose (and get into) the right law school.

Meet This Year's Phi Beta Kappa Inductees

Over Commencement weekend, Knox welcomed 38 new inductees into Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious honor society.

Campus Construction Updates

Renovation of the Umbeck Science-Mathematics Center remains on schedule. Across campus, replacement of the underground steam and condensate line continues, as do roof replacements at Harbach and Hamblin Halls.

Summer Open House for Prospective Students

July 29, 2019

Colorado Knox Club Picnic 2019

August 3, 2019

North Carolina Knox Club Alumni Gathering 2019

August 14, 2019

Knox Baseball Reunion

September 28, 2019

D.C. Knox Club 2019

September 29, 2019

Homecoming: REGISTER NOW!

November 1–3, 2019

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Design professor Tim Steadman applies the StartUp Term 3 logo to the door of the StartUp Term offices in Galesburg's Bondi building. Watch the video about StartUp Term 3.

This spring, five student teams took part in StartUp Term 3, where students work together to turn their business ideas into actual products and services. Junior Debora Ortiz, part of Team Evrhome, walks us through her experience.

StartUp Term 3