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Days after Knox joined a friend-of-the-court brief, the federal government withdrew a directive requiring international students to attend in-person classes or lose their visas.
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Five new trustees have been elected to the Knox Board for the 2020-21 academic year: Michael Chubrich ‘67, Scott L. Westerman ‘84, Gwen Lexow ‘90, Helen Lin ‘94, and Juliana Tionda ‘95.
We’re heartened by today’s decision to rescind a recent federal requirement that international students atten...
Like other spring term classes at Knox, Professor Mary Crawford's General Chemistry II course had to adapt to the distance-learning environment.
Knox College is among more than 315 colleges to sign the collective statement affirming what colleges value in student applicants during this time of unprecedented challenges and uncertainty.
The Supreme Court's June 18, 2020, ruling is a welcome step toward protecting Dreamers, but work remains for the colleges and universities across the country.
The newest Knox graduates are planning on a wide range of occupational and academic pursuits.
In a statement, President Teresa Amott, Provost Michael Schneider, and Anne Ehrlich, vice president for student development, confirm Knox's ongoing commitment to equality and justice.
The 2019-2020 academic year marked the retirement of seven distinguished scholars and teachers: Christie Cirone, Jessie Dixon-Montgomery, Joel Estes, Fred L. Hord, L. Sue Hulett, Charles Schulz, and Lane Sunderland.
Alumnus Offers Perspective As Teacher of Color
Knox also was cited by the magazine as being one of “America’s Best Colleges for Student Voting."
Knox is second in Illinois and 45th in the nation when it comes to producing “happy and successful alumni,” according to Forbes magazine.
Knox College also is noted for its ethnic and international diversity and as an "A-plus school for B students."
Schools that are included in the guidebook were chosen primarily because of the quality of their academics.
Magazine ranking identifies colleges and universities offering a high-quality education at an affordable price.
Knox College's creative writing program is selected for inclusion in "Creative Colleges," a college guidebook that focuses on the best colleges for students interested in the arts.
Knox College is ranked #16 in the nation in The New York Times 2017 College Access Index.
Printed on Wednesday, July 15, 2020