The gift, from an anonymous donor, will create a permanent endowment fund, which will fund the operations of the Center, including the support of experiential learning as well as a mentoring program and speaker series.
Partnership with CSB/SJU Libraries, support across campuses, contribute to winning strategy for CSB/SJU’s Tabletop Gaming Club.
Week-long celebration Jan. 16-20 will honor the late civil rights leader and includes Jan. 16 keynote address.
Reading takes place at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 25, at Teresa Reception Center Boardroom, Main Building, CSB.
U.S. News, Washington Monthly both tout CSB and SJU among national liberal arts schools.
524 CSB and SJU students studied abroad in 2014-15 to place third among baccalaureate schools.
SJU ranked No. 25 and CSB No. 47 in third annual poll by magazine, and are the top-ranked schools in Minnesota.