Class Goal: Defend Yourself
Hillsdale’s women’s self-defense class empowers women to defend and respect themselves.Read More about Class Goal: Defend Yourself
Choosing Between Economics and Business Studies
Maybe you know that you want to major in economics or business but aren’t sure how to choose a field of concentration. Better understanding the majors can help you make that choice.Read More about Choosing Between Economics and Business Studies
Fostering the Good Scholarship: Tori Petersen
“At a place like Hillsdale, young people can discover their purpose in a safe place surrounded by people who will support and uplift them,” said Petersen, an advocate for foster youth and speaker dedicated to sharing the gospel. “Hillsdale College is a place of healing for vulnerable youth.”Read More about Fostering the Good Scholarship: Tori Petersen
You Know You Go To Hillsdale When . . .
At Hillsdale, we have some quirks and traditions we’re proud to say characterize our campus. Here are just a few.Read More about You Know You Go To Hillsdale When . . .
Community During Coronavirus
Despite closing campus for COVID-19, Hillsdale’s community and culture persevere.Read More about Community During Coronavirus
Making Hillsdale a Home: The Do’s and Don’ts of Dorm Life
The idea of living in a dorm can be both scary and exciting. Either way, here are some tips for making Hillsdale home.Read More about Making Hillsdale a Home: The Do’s and Don’ts of Dorm Life
Five Tips to Survive Your 8 a.m.
So you’re registered for an 8 a.m. class this semester. Here are some ideas to make it through those early mornings (from a girl who barely functions in the morning).Read More about Five Tips to Survive Your 8 a.m.
In a Small Town, It’s the Little Things
For me, moving to a small town was intimidating. But in my first semester, I learned that going to college in a small town can be transformative.Read More about In a Small Town, It’s the Little Things