Thiel College is bucking the trends of recently published reports in western Pa. media citing declining enrollments at colleges and universities regionally and nationally. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review reported recently that the national enrollment rate for the Fall 2021 semester is down an additional 3.2 percent following a decline of 3.4 percent in the previous academic year.
Thiel College is accepting nominations from its science curriculum students for high school science teachers who are difference makers with its inaugural Science Educator of the Year contest.
Robert Crutchfield, Ph.D. ’71, a Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Washington, delivered a Common Hour lecture “Race and Justice: Black Lives Matter?” Thursday afternoon in Bly Hall of the College’s Academic Center.
The Class of 1971 is donating more than $100,000 to Thiel College to create an outdoor gathering space on campus that will improve and maintain this essential space for student and College community use.
Thiel College fraternity Phi Theta Phi recently received a proclamation from Town of Greenville Mayor Evan Hereford and a citation from Pennsylvania state Representative Mark Longietti recognizing the organization’s fundraising efforts for Pittsburgh’s Children’s Hospital through its annual 100-mile walk to Pittsburgh.
Thiel College is celebrating its annual Homecoming tradition with a variety of in-person and select online events from Friday, Oct. 1 through Sunday, Oct. 3.
Thiel College was ranked as the top school in western Pennsylvania overall and recognized for the social mobility of its graduates among the Regional Colleges in the North in the 37th edition of U.S. News and World Report Best Colleges rankings, released today.
Thiel College recognized 27 employees for their combined service of 365 years.
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