College News

Pack a bag for J-Term! The Ultimate Education Experience

Five students share their experiences from their J-term Study Abroad in London.

Bullseye! There’s A New Club on Campus

Meet the students losing arrows and loving every minute

When Patients are the Teachers, DPT Students Excel

Grad students in the DPT program get hands-on experience while patients receive critical therapy services.

Completing the Canvas: The Benefits of Building Your Own Major

This art therapist bridged the gap between her interests, and you can, too!

New Nursing Simulation Lab Open for Education

Bradley University celebrated the opening of its new high-fidelity multi-patient nursing simulation lab with a ceremonial ribbon cutting.

How the Buddy System Can Help You Earn Your Degree

Two friends embark on their FNP and DNP degrees together.

Going Beyond the Classroom

Devin Soldati’s summer internship shed light on challenges in rural hospitals.

How to Build Leadership Skills Personalized to You and Your Career

A reinvigorated Bradley Fellows scholarship program gave senior Lindsey Donlan the tools to succeed in her nursing career.

Could you feed a family of four a balanced meal for $10?

This challenge that was put to the test for students in FCS 103.

Urine Trouble?

Physical therapy students are searching for the cause and training for the solution to a common problem.

Making A Wearable Statement

In a dress fit for the runway, Dean Jessica Clark is showing off the handiwork of two apparel production and merchandising majors.

From Parent Volunteer to Legend on Peoria's South Side

This former Peoria educator took a non-traditional path to acclaim, paving the way for a street named in her honor.

Keeping Peoria firefighters healthy and fit, one yoga stretch at a time

Bradley physical therapy students create an 8-week fitness program that keeps first responders in peak physical shape

An Accelerated Solution to the Nationwide Nursing Shortage

Bradley University is doing its part to help ease the nationwide nursing shortage, and is offering a 15-month accelerated nursing program (ABSN) designed to get more qualified nurses into the workforce, quickly.