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  • Students walking on campus

    McDaniel College announces Fall 2020 plans

    Informed by the recommendations of the Return to the Hill (RTTH) Task Force along with its five committees, as well as guidance from state and county health officials, key decisions involve Academics, including changes to the undergraduate academic calendar, as well as Health and Safety, Residential Life and Food Service, Student Support and Campus Life, and Financial Matters. The College plans to honor its commitment to students by absorbing over $1 million in expenses on efforts related to health and safety to ensure the residential and academic experience is as safe as possible.
  • Bell in front of campus in spring

    Message from President Casey

    McDaniel will be hosting a Celebration Day for the Class of 2020 on May 23, when we will salute your achievements on what would have been your Commencement day. Virtual events will take place throughout the day, including a Class of 2020 slideshow on the McDaniel College website, virtual senior awards ceremonies, virtual receptions hosted by Academic Departments and Graduate Programs, and a virtual bell ringing ceremony to allow each of you as members of the Class of 2020 to ring-out together to conclude the day.
  • students at commencement

    Message from President Casey for the Class of 2020

    McDaniel announces planned May 23 Commencement ceremonies for both Graduate and Undergraduate students will not take place. Although there may not be a ceremony, students who complete their degree requirements will still receive their diploma in June.
  • Kemia Himon gives a speech at a recent financial aid event on campus

    Kemia Himon joins McDaniel College as director of financial aid

    McDaniel College’s new Financial Aid Director Kemia Himon has experience working in higher education financial aid departments, previously serving as the financial aid director at Arkansas Baptist College, a private, historically black liberal arts college in Little Rock, Ark. At McDaniel, she oversees the college’s financial aid program, including more than $40 million annually invested in grants and scholarships.
  • Wellness Center Staff members hold Zoom Meeting

    McDaniel’s Wellness Center director offers students advice in dealing with COVID-19

    McDaniel’s Wellness Center is built on an integrated model of mind-body, and this period of COVID-19 offers an important opportunity to more fully experience how mind and body are intrinsically connected.
  • North Village
    McDaniel College is announcing meal plan refunds and housing relief to help ease the financial burden on our students and their families during this time of economic uncertainty. Read more about the details, including eligibility requirements.
  • Gill Center

    Message from President Roger Casey

    I remind everyone that a college is not a place, it’s not buildings, it’s not curriculum. A college is people. And you are those people. You are those people no matter where you are. “You are McDaniel College.” WE ARE MCDANIEL. And no virus will ever diminish The Hill. We will Climb Higher. We will See Farther.
  • McDaniel College entrance sign in Spring.

    Important update regarding classes for the Spring Semester

    McDaniel College has made the difficult but necessary decision to move all instruction to an online learning format for the remainder of the Spring Semester. The Office of Residence Life will communicate via email the process for residential students to return to campus to gather the remainder of their belongings. All on-campus events through the end of the Spring semester are now canceled. Further information about Athletics will be distributed following decisions being made by the Centennial Conference. No final decision has yet been made about Commencement. McDaniel remains committed to our students-first mission.
  • Alumni Hall

    Important campus update about classes after Spring Break

    The health and well-being of our campus community remain our top priority. At this time, McDaniel has no reported cases of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Out of an abundance of caution, McDaniel College will move all on-campus, face-to-face undergraduate and graduate instruction to an online format for a two-week period following Spring Break. This will begin Monday, March 23.
  • Chloe Irla's First Year Seminar Art on the Edge staged an Issues March with their art.

    Art on the Edge students parade their art to speak out on social issues

    Art professor Chloe Irla's Art on the Edge First Year Seminar students might be new to McDaniel, but they are well acquainted with the issues of the day. They reflected those issues in art projects and staged an Issues March across campus.