January 16, 2020
Maple Heights, Ohio, Mayor Annette Blackwell will be the 2020 Commencement speaker for Ursuline College on May 15 at Cleveland Public Auditorium, the College has announced.
Blackwell, the first woman and the first African American to serve as... more
December 20, 2019
Good news sometimes comes in twos. Senior social work major Matthew Rich recently learned that he has been accepted to graduate school and has earned the region’s top honor for social work students.
Rich has been named BSW (for... more
December 16, 2019
[image:1]Two sophomores are the first recipients of Ursuline College's new Emerging Leader Spirit Award. Rebekah Hardy and Kaitlin Roemer received this new award established by the Division of Student Affairs in recognition of their initiative... more
December 13, 2019
Thanks to partnership agreements recently signed with Kent State and John Carroll universities, Ursuline College now offers Army and Air Force ROTC scholarships to its students.
The ROTC scholarships are available to qualified full-time... more
December 9, 2019
A $450,000 federal grant will enable advanced practice registered nurses who graduate from Ursuline College’s master’s and post-master’s programs to administer medication assisted treatment for patients with substance use... more