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  • Scott Seburn was the seasonal living history and historic gardener intern at the Conococheague Institute

    Students gain hands-on experience thanks to McDaniel’s Summer Intern Fellowships

    Ten McDaniel students were awarded Summer Intern Fellowships from McDaniel’s Center for Experience and Opportunity (CEO) to support summer internship experiences. The program is supported, in part, by generous gifts from The Rupe-Stuart Internship Award, courtesy of McDaniel College Board of Trustee member Mark Stuart M.S. '94 and Timothy Rupe, and The Nora Roberts Foundation.
  • Welcome, Class of 2025!

    Nearly 600 first-year and transfer students became part of the McDaniel College community during move-in and orientation events for the class of 2025.
  • McDaniel College Class of 2025

    McDaniel College welcomes the Class of 2025

    McDaniel College welcomes nearly 600 freshmen and new transfer students as part of the class of 2025.
  • Oppenheimer internship

    Immersive summer experiences are taking McDaniel students to new heights

    From Wall Street to a wildlife refuge, McDaniel College students are climbing to new heights through immersive summer experiences. Students are applying what they are learning in the classroom with real-world summer internships and job experiences.
  • Student Faculty Research

    Students make a difference through McDaniel’s Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program

    McDaniel College students strive to make a difference in the world through the Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research Program. Students are learning how to solve real-world problems, whether it’s restoring local wetlands that are under threat worldwide or joining in research efforts to discover drugs to treat COVID-19 following the global pandemic. The Student-Faculty Collaborative Summer Research experience is an eight-week program for undergraduate students at McDaniel to pursue research, which is supported by donors.
  • Trustees Jill Mennicken & Aaron Slaughter

    McDaniel College Board of Trustees elects two new members

    McDaniel College has named two new members to its board of trustees. Jill Kortvelesy Mennicken of Laurel, N.Y., a 1981 alumna of the college, served as senior director of business development at Forrest Solutions, a Manhattan-based staffing and outsourcing company. Aaron Slaughter of Silver Spring, Md., a 2010 alumnus of the college, is a senior manager at Withum, a national top-ranking public accounting firm.
  • John Mendenhall

    Rising junior awarded national study abroad scholarship

    McDaniel College rising junior John Mendenhall is looking forward to having a deeper understanding of Middle Eastern culture after being awarded a national study abroad scholarship. Mendenhall of Bethesda, Md., has been awarded a James G. Stemler Study Abroad Scholarship from Alpha Lambda Delta.
  • General Campus

    McDaniel participates in MICUA consortium to support transfer students’ pathways to colleges

    McDaniel College is participating in the Maryland Independent College and University Association (MICUA) consortium to help more community college students in Maryland achieve their goal of earning a degree from a four-year college. MICUA has been awarded a $50,000 initial grant by the Teagle Foundation to support transfer students’ pathways to colleges. MICUA and its member institutions, which includes McDaniel, will work with Maryland’s 16 community colleges to create a comprehensive transfer consortium.
  • McDaniel College Campus

    Juniors, sophomores, and first-year students honored with academic and leadership awards

    Nearly 30 juniors, sophomores, and first-year students have earned awards for academic achievement and leadership from McDaniel College. Students were also named to two prestigious leadership honor societies, Omicron Delta Kappa and Trumpeters.
  • McDaniel College Certificate of Recognition

    McDaniel College announces Spring 2021 dean's list

    McDaniel College announces its Spring 2021 dean's list, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement. Highest honors are earned for a semester grade point average of 3.90 or higher, high honors for a grade point average of 3.70-3.89, and honors for a 3.50-3.69 grade point average.