Category: U.S. News & World Report
Recently, U.S. News & World Report posted their 100 Best Jobs for 2022. These jobs were chosen as the best careers to jump into this year for a variety of factors: good pay, room for growth and advancement, well-matched to in-demand skills, reasonable stress levels, and a rewarding work-life balance. Below, we’ve listed the top … Continued
For the third year in a row, Abilene Christian University is the highest-ranking university in Texas in U.S. News & World Report benchmarks focused on programs that lead to student success. According to U.S. News & World Report methodology, the Academic Programs to Look For benchmarks highlight “colleges and universities that offer well-regarded study abroad, … Continued
ACU alumni, faculty, staff and students are regularly featured in local and national media reports. Here is a digest of recent mentions.
As a freshman, Lessly Rocha (’21) quickly found her place in the ACU community, joining in time-honored traditions like Sing Song and Freshman Follies and kicking off new traditions like tailgating and football at Wildcat Stadium. She joined other freshmen in Cornerstone, a first-year seminar class that sets the foundation for students’ liberal arts education … Continued
Oftentimes, the homeless are also the faceless of society, and basic needs such as health care are a luxury they simply can’t afford. A group of ACU students learned that lesson firsthand during a medical missions trip to Dry Bones Ministry in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Cynthia Powell (’81), associate professor of chemistry, and Rebekah Mullins, instructor of nursing, … Continued
New Center for Careers and Experiential Learning serves as umbrella for programs that enhance student success
Abilene Christian is the highest-ranking university in Texas in a U.S. News and World Report benchmark focused on student success. Here is a look at some of the people and programs that make our student experience exceptional. If anyone knows the meaning and the reality of experiential learning, it’s Derran Reese (’00). In fact, he … Continued