The University has big plans for the next five years.
The Princeton Review includes Bradley on its list of top schools for video game design.
Bradley’s accounting students have one of the highest first-time pass rates in the state for the CPA exam.
The Pre-Professional Health and Pre-Law centers help students prepare for careers.
The new and improved Westlake Hall is slated to open in the fall.
Several hundred students received degrees in December.
PHIL WEINBERG, HON ’73 was a true Renaissance man, leading two Colleges at Bradley.
Dr. JENNY TRIPSES ’73 is spending the semester on a Fulbright scholarship in Ukraine.
BRYCE RANDALL ’12 is embarking on a career with the U.S. Navy’s Naval Reactors Engineer program.
KATHLEEN CLEMENS ’12 is this year’s Lincoln Laureate.
Students had 48 hours to create a game from start to finish as part of an international competition.
John and Joan O’Sullivan are dedicating the Blythe O’Sullivan Studio Theatre in memory of their daughter BLYTHE O’SULLIVAN ’04.
The Renaissance Coliseum was filled with high school robotics teams during the opening of the FIRST Robotics Competition.