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LETTINGA: Graduation Celebration – Class of 2017

Wednesday, March 8 – W. A. Lettinga Campus
11:00 am – 6:00 pm, Main Level Lobby (outside the Tyrus R. Wessell Bookstore)

For all students graduating in the 2016-2017 academic year, come celebrate your tremendous accomplishment.

Alumni Success Story – Kate Gadbois ’12

As a child, Kate’s family repeatedly told her she should be an attorney due to her exceptional ability to argue. At first, the length of schooling required turned her off, but thanks to her incredible professors and experience in DU’s paralegal program, Kate graduated in 2012 and went on to pursue her law degree. Now, she is working as an Associate Attorney with Kreis, Enderle, Hudgins & Borsos, P.C, specializing in corporate & business law and estate planning & probate.

Learn more about Kate and her journey on the alumni blog!



Alternative Spring Break Heads to New Orleans to #DUgood

Davenport University’s Alternative Spring Break (ASB) Program is sending 18 students to New Orleans February 25 - March 3 to assist with flood prevention and recovery through ecosystem restoration. The area first experienced a devastating loss in 2005 after Hurricane Katrina, and thousands of homes are still being lost due to devastating floods in the area, with damage from the floods rivaling that of Hurricane Katrina. The area was also recently hit with tornadoes, further adding to the damage and loss within the area.

Pants and Shorts – Buy One, Get One Half Off in store and online at!

Stock up for spring break with buy one, get one half off pants and shorts now through March 3! Offer is valid in store and online at Discount will apply automatically at checkout to the lowest priced item. Not valid with any other offer or discount.

Heard About DU’s Employment Guarantee?

Are you aware of the DU Employment Guarantee?

The Employment Guarantee provides additional semesters of education for graduates who have met all requirements but are unable to find employment within six months of graduation. Since it launched with the Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting in August 2014, about 100 students have graduated with eligibility for the guarantee, but all have either gained employment, were already employed, or are currently enrolled in a graduate program.

The Guarantee is available for all students seeking a Bachelor of Science in Nursing/Pre-licensure Program, Bachelor of Science in Network Management and Security, and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Accounting.

Using Resume Books on Panther Jobs Can Help YOU Find a Career!

Are you starting your career job search or looking for a job while in school?

LETTINGA: Panther Late Night Recap

On February 17, multiple student organizations helped organize one of Davenport University’s first late night events, Panther Late Night, for students at the 3 Mile Project . A variety of events were planned throughout the night such as a 3-on-3 Tournament, Nerf war, dodgeball tournament, poker tournament, video games, reball, movies, pool, foosball, and coloring.

Distinguished Staff Member Barb Huston to Retire

Barb Huston, Director of Academic Services Online and Traverse City Campus, will retire this March ending a 32-year career at Davenport. She started as an Administrative Assistant for Student Services and served in a number of roles throughout the years including Director of Housing, Academic Coordinator and Advisor.

Faculty Excellence Awards Nominations Now Open

Did you have an outstanding faculty member this year? Did a faculty member help you achieve your academic and/or professional goals? Is there someone who inspires you with his/her dedication to students? Know a faculty member who deserves recognition for his/her excellence in teaching? Nominate someone today!

Volunteers Needed for Second Annual Michigan BPA Middle School Competition on March 4

On Saturday, March 4, 2017, Davenport University W.A. Lettinga Campus will host the second annual BPA (Business Professionals of America)  Middle Level Competition. We are excited to have over 100 middle school students and advisors from around the state of Michigan compete in BPA events.
At this event, we are requesting help from individuals to volunteer as graders, proctors, and judges.  Help is needed in the morning and also in the afternoon.  The hours that you volunteer can be flexible and BPA staff will work within a time frame that is best for you.

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