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  • Pictured is Paul Steinert as Pastor Greg, Hayden Draycott as Timothy, Danielle Carter as Jessica, Tyra Pritchett as Margery, and Reese Weaver as Jason/Tyrone in McDaniel College's production of "Hand to God."

    Theatre Arts students performed in college’s production of “Hand to God”

    Theatre Arts students at McDaniel performed in the college’s production of “Hand to God.” Performances were Thursday, Sept. 30, Friday, Oct. 1, and Saturday, Oct. 2.
  • Griswold-Zepp Habitat for Humanity

    Student organizations aim to help the homeless through the Griswold-Zepp Awards

    McDaniel College student organizations are aiming to help the homeless through the Griswold-Zepp Awards. The student-run organizations submitted proposals centered on giving back to the community through food drives, creating bundles of necessities for those in need, and bringing awareness to nonprofit organizations.
  • McDaniel College has announced its plans for Fall 2021, including a return to near-normal operations and face-to-face instruction for undergraduate students.

    McDaniel College announces Fall 2021 plans

    McDaniel College has announced its plans for Fall 2021, including a return to near-normal operations and face-to-face instruction for undergraduate students. McDaniel is planning for a primarily in-person experience with more than 90 percent of undergraduate classes to be offered as traditional in-person classes and 100 percent of labs. The other 10 percent of classes will mostly be offered in a hybrid format, which includes an in-person component.
  • McDaniel students Rebecca Halaney and Madelaine Lee along with McDaniel College President Roger N. Casey met virtually with Delegate Susan W. Krebs, who represents Carroll County, on Maryland Independent Higher Education Day.

    McDaniel College students participate in virtual Maryland Independent Higher Education Day

    McDaniel students virtually met with elected officials from Allegany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Carroll, Howard, and Prince George’s counties in support of the Sellinger Program, which provides funding for Maryland’s independent colleges.
  • Melissa Torres '24 smiles with the Green Terror on the third annual I Love the Hill Day.

    McDaniel College exceeds donor goal and raises record-breaking donations on I Love the Hill Day

    I Love the Hill Day was a resounding success thanks to the alumni, students, faculty, staff, parents, and friends who came together in support of McDaniel. Together, we exceeded our goal of 725 donors, ensuring we can support every student on the Hill today and for years to come. In fact, we raised more than $150,000, which is more funds than ever before on I Love the Hill Day.
  • Honoring Black History Month, McDaniel College

    McDaniel College honors Black History Month with two virtual events

    Two virtual events organized by McDaniel’s Office of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion take place Tuesday, Feb. 9, at 7 p.m. and Thursday, Feb. 11, at 6:30 p.m. McDaniel’s Office of Student Engagement along with the Black Student Union, Africa’s Legacy, and Curl Friends student organizations are partnering on these events.
  • Alpha Lambda Delta (First Year Seminar) recognizes students who completed their first year at McDaniel with a 3.7 grade point average (GPA) or higher.

    Students virtually inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society

    The Alpha Lambda Delta National Honor Society inducted 35 McDaniel students on Sunday, Oct. 18 through a national virtual ceremony. McDaniel students and families participated in the virtual induction ceremony with other chapters throughout the country. Alpha Lambda Delta (First Year Seminar) recognizes students who completed their first year at McDaniel with a 3.7 grade point average (GPA) or higher.
  • McDaniel students participated in the “On Track Challenge," which included giveaways of drawstring bags, water bottles, and T-shirts.

    More than 1,200 students return to the Hill during six-day staggered move-in

    More than 1,200 freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors returned to the Hill over a six-day staggered move-in period. McDaniel also welcomed its largest incoming class in the College’s history with more than 600 new first-year and transfer students. The Return to the Hill Task Force met regularly throughout the summer to develop the College’s Fall 2020 reopening plans based on guidance by state and county health officials to ensure a healthy and safe residential and academic experience.
  • Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj

    McDaniel College unveils student center renovation

    Renamed the Roj Student Center for 1970 alumni Mary Lynn Durham and Bill Roj, who supported the project with a $5 million gift. The $11 million renovation modernizes McDaniel’s student center located in the middle of campus and is the first overall renovation of the structure since it was built in 1978.
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    McDaniel announces partnership with LifeBridge Health

    New partnership expands McDaniel’s student health services. McDaniel students can receive routine medical care and telehealth appointments through LifeBridge Health as an expansion of the college’s Wellness Center offerings.