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Fellowship supports young alum teacher

Aug 28, 2018

First-generation alum Enya Granados did it all during her four years at Heidelberg: internships, student organizations, student research, faculty collaboration. Now, just three months after graduating with her bachelor’s degree in biology and education, she’s realized the first step in her dream to be a high school science teacher, and she’s getting a boost to get her career off on the right foot.

Class of 2022: By the numbers

Aug 24, 2018

Now officially members of the Heidelberg family, the Class of 2022 brings great energy, diversity and experiences to the Heidelberg campus. A deeper dive into the demographics of the class reveal some interesting statistics about the class’s makeup:

Alum to Class of ’22: ‘We all chose right’

Aug 23, 2018

There was an abundance of useful advice and traditions shared with the Class of 2022 as they were officially welcomed into the Heidelberg family at Opening Convocation Thursday.

Tiffin ranked one of safest college towns

Aug 22, 2018

As the new semester begins, SafeWise, an online safety resource, has ranked Tiffin as one of the safest college towns in America.

In its third annual report, SafeWise placed Tiffin at No. 18 on its list of the 50 safest places in the nation to get an education. To identify and rank the towns, SafeWise experts looked at the 2016 FBI crime report for each city. Cities needed to exceed 15,000 residents and be home to an accredited college that offers four-year degrees. Essentially, the rankings were based on the incidence of violent crimes per capita.

Blitz Build: a new and rewarding experience

Aug 20, 2018

“It’s great to see everyone come out and support a great cause and help the community – and to see my house being built.”

Those were the words of an excited Jenny Jeffrey, who was on site working along more than 200 returning juniors Monday as they constructed the frames for two Habitat for Humanity homes, including the one being built for her and her daughter, Kora.

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