Published twice a year, The Heidelberg Bulletin includes features about alumni achievements as well as news and events from across campus.
After 50 years of practicing medicine, Dr. Earl A. Schulte, Greenville, S.C., has retired. His specialty was cardiovascular anesthesiology.
Jim Martin, North Canton, Ohio, was inducted into the Vanlue High School Athletic Hall of Fame in December and the Hancock County Sports Hall of Fame in April. He coached football, basketball, track and volleyball at Rittman and Akron Springfield high schools before retiring in 2000.
Donna Gross, ’92, is proof that dreams really do come true.
Ever since she was a little girl, she’s loved classical ballet. She remembers watching older sister Natalie’s ballet lessons from a doorway and yearning to be spinning and twirling herself.
When the instructor invited 4-year-old Donna into the studio for an impromptu lesson one day, it was clear her passion was about to soar.
When something is right, you just know it.
That’s how the Heidelberg community has always felt about its iconic H. It is a mark recognizable to all alums, worn with pride on pins, letterman jackets, and displayed on license plates.
Accreditation and assessment each play a critical role in Heidelberg’s success as an institution of higher education. Accreditation refers to an externally bestowed designation that verifies the quality of a college or university. Assessment, on the other hand, refers to evaluations and self-studies we conduct internally to examine and improve all aspects of the Heidelberg experience. Taken together, accreditation and assessment ensure the quality—and value—of a Heidelberg degree, now and into the future
On May 13, 2013, Adam Hine, ’13, drove straight from Heidelberg’s commencement ceremony in Tiffin to his home in Cleveland because he wanted to take a photo of himself in his cap and gown on the street where he grew up. As the first person in his family to graduate from college, his diploma meant a lot to him and a lot to his community.