On Sept. 25, 1967, College of DuPage opened under the leadership of President Rodney K. Berg and Board of Trustees Chairman George L. Seaton. Classes were held in office trailers and at leased suburban sites throughout the newly formed Community College District 502.
College of DuPage offers a world of educational opportunities, right here at home. Transfer to a four-year institution with an associate degree, earn a technical certificate, learn in-demand workplace skills, study for your GED or take classes for your own enjoyment right here on campus. The possibilities are endless.
College of DuPage offers seven degrees in over 150 areas of study. Choose an occupational/vocational program or prepare for transfer to a baccalaureate-granting school. Each degree program emphasizes relevant course-work and result-focused teaching by dedicated faculty. Find a program or area that's of interest to you.
As an important link between job seekers and the business community, Career Services at College of DuPage offers a variety of resources to help individuals with their short and long-term career goals and help businesses with staffing needs.
Students, alumni and community residents turn to Career Services for effective job search strategies and advice on setting realistic career goals.
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As with most community colleges College of DuPage does not provide on-campus housing or dormitory facilities for students. Although the college does not offer student housing, the local community and the surrounding region have a wide range of housing options.
The Library serves on- and off-campus programs at College of DuPage, providing teaching and learning materials to support and enrich students’ educational experience. The 100,000-square-foot facility in the Student Resource Center on the Glen Ellyn campus provides comfortable seating, individual study space, group study rooms, public computers and AV equipment for use by students.
The Information Technology Services Department will be a key differentiator and enabler for College of DuPage by ensuring the highest quality, cost-effective technology solutions available with a focus on user experience and needs, reliability, security and availability.
College of DuPage (COD) is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC), one of six regional accrediting agencies in the United States.
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