Skip to main content

News ACM News feed

Online Course in Applied Calculus Offered to ACM Students Again This Summer Jan 20, 2015

St. Olaf math professor Kristina Garrett will teach class focused on "real world" problems and data.

All ACM Colleges Now Offer Prepaid Tuition through Private College 529 Plan Jan 13, 2015

Plan gives families a way to save by locking in tomorrow's tuition at today's rates.

ACM Colleges to Host Two Breakfasts for High School Counselors in the Chicago Area Dec 30, 2014

Admission officers will hold events in downtown Chicago on March 18 and in Northbrook on March 19.

Vote for Your Favorites among 96 Entries in the Off-Campus Study Photo Contest Dec 9, 2014

The polls are open on ACM's Facebook page to "like" students' pictures from around the world.

Visiting Faculty Positions Available in Africa, Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and the U.S. Dec 8, 2014

Call for Applications includes posts on eight ACM off-campus study programs, including the newest one in Shanghai.

ACM Colleges Will Highlight the Midwest at Event on the West Coast Nov 30, 2014

Admission officers host Institute and luncheon for counselors in Los Angeles on January 30.

Vanessa Dickerson Will Serve as Resident Director of Japan Study in 2015-16 Nov 20, 2014

DePauw University professor’s research has explored connections between African Americans and Japan.

Author Maureen McCoy to Serve as Final Judge for the 2015 Nick Adams Short Story Contest Nov 7, 2014

Novelist and creative writing professor will select winning story in annual competition for ACM students.

Site Visit to the Botswana Program — Back by Popular Demand! Nov 5, 2014

ACM will again offer faculty a chance to travel to southern Africa in March 2015.

For Students at ACM Colleges, a Good Story Could be Worth $1,000 Oct 8, 2014

Call for entries has been issued for the 2015 Nick Adams Short Story Contest.