The West Colonnade now serves as a collaborative space that connects students and technology.
Join the Broadcast and Film Club as they record Madonna’s own Lip Dub music video!
No musical talent required, just high energy and lots of school spirit.
“Incoming BLG students should have the mindset to start college with a goal to complete college,” said Brett Jordan, Director of the Bridge Lost Gaps Program.
“Education is the only thing you can own that no one can take away from you, once you have it, it’s yours forever. Knowledge doesn’t decay or deteriorate."
TRiO provides wide variety of services
Madonna's TRiO program serves about 200 students on campus and provides these students with support services.
The shift in location of Madonna University’s office has brought a new sense of invitation and unification to the school’s halls. More than five dozen staff members moved during the summer.
Fifteen Madonna students earned induction into the school's chapter of the National Society of Collegiate Scholars. The inductees heard a speaker encourage them to be open-minded, determined and diligent.
Madonna University has reduced the number of courses required for general education. The new core curriculum requires 43 credit hours instead of 52 to 53 under the old requirements. Current students will need to meet with the advisors to determine if switching to the new core is beneficial for their situations. Students still need 120 credits to graduate under the old or new requirements.
The Student Evaluation of Faculty Instruction provides an anonymous and important way for students to evaluate their school experiences
“Recycling is very important on any college campus. Students waste items such as pop cans, paper, plastic and cardboard. Promoting recycling on campus is a necessary action that supports the Franciscan values of building a sustainable world,” said Sister Janet Stankowski.
Madonna’s Annual Security and Fire Safety Report for 2017 is posted and available for viewing.
Madonna students now have access to a 24-hour assistance program. To access the Student Assistance Program, or SAP, one first calls 1-855-774-4700 to identify the issue at hand and work toward scheduling further, in person, counseling sessions to address what needs to be worked on
Madonna's Music Department recently brought high school students to campus to learn more about vocal performance.
The new president and vice president of Student Senate, Adam Lindoo and Elaine Hamilton, respectively, plan to push for a transportation service for students along with intramural sports.
Madonna University teacher education students spend a semester in a classroom. Madonna education faculty weigh in on the benefits of this experience in this podcast.
Madonna Pro-Life Students has become a registered organization on campus. In this podcast, club founders discuss what the club plans to accomplish.
The Madonna University Writing Center is taking a firm stand against procrastination on Wednesday, October 11th from 7:00 pm to 1:00 am.
New Diversity Officer shares inclusion vision
Madonna volleyball earns berth in National Tournament
Madonna volleyball swept Indiana Tech for an undefeated season in conference play. This is the second time in team history the squad made it through the conference unscathed. The Crusaders host the conference tournament.
Madonna athletes strive for excellence on and off the field or court. Three of them share their experiences as students and athletes.
Athletes assist with food recovery food recovery
Volleyball player Karlie Kelly brings together the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and the Food Recovery Network to bring food to those in need.
Kazuya Odawara loves living in Livonia and playing for midfield the Crusaders. Born in Japan, he played in Germany and Tennessee before coming to Madonna