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Fontbonne University was recently named to the U.S. News & World Report 2021 U.S. News Best Colleges List. This 36th edition of “Best Colleges” evaluates more than 1,400 colleges and universities on 17 indicators of academic quality. Schools are ranked according to their performance across a set of widely accepted indicators of excellence. “We are...
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When elementary schools across St. Louis announced students would be learning fully or partially online during the fall semester as a result of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, faculty members at Fontbonne University saw an opportunity to make a difference. Recognizing many parents wanted virtual education support for their children, Kelley Barger, Joanne Fish, Jami Swindell,...
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Fontbonne University’s Department of Communication Disorders and Deaf Education (CDDE) has been awarded a $1.25 million grant, Interdisciplinary Preparation of Teachers of the Deaf and Speech-Language Pathologists to Provide Family-Centered Early Intervention for Young Children Who Are Deaf/Hard of Hearing (H325K20004), from the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services (OSERS). The funds will be...
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Fontbonne University’s Fine Arts Department is inviting prospective undergraduate and graduate art students to its free, first annual open house Saturday, Oct. 10, from 1 to 5 p.m. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour studio spaces and classrooms, explore the Fine Art Gallery, meet faculty and interact with current students. At least five students...
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“She ensures all students receive the support needed to be successful.” “She shows compassion to all she encounters, making them feel welcome.” “She goes the extra mile to make sure others are taken care of and is dedicated to the mission of Fontbonne University.” Those are just a few of the ways Fontbonne faculty and...
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The first cohort of students enrolled in Fontbonne’s flagship doctoral program, an Ed.D in Collaborative High Impact Instruction, will graduate in May 2021 after completing their dissertation hours that begin this fall. The Ed.D. is a 51-hour program that most students complete in three years. It is designed to support leaders in a variety of...
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Beginning in the summer of 2020, new students employed by Fontbonne University’s corporate partners will receive a 20 percent discount on graduate tuition. The discount will also apply to former employees who left their positions or were furloughed in 2020, as well as members of an employee’s immediate family. Students who qualify for the new...
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Fontbonne established its flagship doctoral program — an Ed.D. in Collaborative High Impact Instruction — in the summer of 2018. The program is based on a cohort model, with new students entering in groups of 10–12 annually each May/June and continuing together for three years. The first cohort of students will graduate in May 2021....
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From a young age, Vivian Cruz knew she wanted to go to college, but she faced several barriers. Neither of her parents attended college after high school, so she would be a first-generation student. She was also concerned about the cost of attending a four-year university. As a DACA recipient, she wasn’t able to qualify...
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