We’ll go green with a new Automotive Technology class…
COD’s Automotive Service Technology program ratchets up the efforts to go green – offering a course on hybrid and alternative fuel vehicles. Driven by industry demand, Hybrid Technology continues the college’s tradition of preparing students to enter or continue in the workforce with cutting edge skills. Through a combination of hands-on learning and lecture, students will gain the marketable experience to keep their careers in high gear.
… find out why College of DuPage is a value of a lifetime…
College of DuPage is a frontier of limitless options for personal growth. COD offers a rich and diverse environment with opportunities for learning under the direction of an outstanding faculty, and a wealth of extracurricular and social activities. Preparing students to weather uncertain times - all at one of the most affordable colleges in the Midwest. But to us, value is more than a cheap price. An education from College of DuPage adds real value to your career, your standard of living, your life.
… and see why COD tennis teams rally behind their coach…
College of DuPage men’s and women’s tennis coach, Jim Bowers, is a real ace. He was recently named National Coach of the Year for 2009 by the Wilson/Intercollegiate Tennis Association. Under Jim’s leadership, numerous tennis teams have clinched state, conference, regional and national titles. Champions on and off the court, his players also enjoy academic success. Images congratulates Jim Bowers on his achievement and is proud to have him mentoring athletes and leading Chaparral tennis to victory.
Plus… the Architecture Program receives an award for an innovative project; and What’s the Buzz visits Horticulture’s new home in the TEC building.
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