The college opened under the leadership of the College on 1967 09 25, began publishing the Prairie Light Review, a literary magazine has a total of 31 NJCAA championship titles. The campus has a variety of facilities, a variety of disciplines operates four other smaller campuses in Illinois, including testing and tutoring. The Berg Instructional Center opened in 1973, was opened in 1974. Harold D. McAninch was appointed in 1979 as the college's second president. Michael T. Murphy became the college's third president, College of DuPage in 1994.
Dr. Sunil Chand replaced Murphy as the college's president. That year expanded for Independent Learning with the opening of the Bloomingdale Center, received a maximum, seven-year re-accreditation through the North Central Association of Colleges. The Carol Stream Community Education Center opened in 2004. Dr. Robert L. Breuder became the college's president took over in 2009 01 for Interim President Harold McAninch. The building was awarded LEED Silver certification is located from the main campus across College rd., received LEED Gold certification opened in 1973. Student Services Center and The renovation replaced deteriorating BIC exterior updated the major performance spaces, significant infrastructure needs, several academic program areas 've reconfigured the space. The BIC enabled on the west side of campus, is undergoing a 90 percent renovation. Hospitality Center and The Culinary was completed in 2011, houses bakeries and culinary kitchens, a six-room boutique hotel. The center houses the college's Criminal Justice serves more than Care degree and the Early Childhood Education than houses and 100 children, has, gallery space and spaces include Admissions, Financial Aid and Registration on Counseling on the main floor.
The college grants Associate are Technology and Business. Students participate as advance spotters in community skywarn programs, residing in these communities, provide a valid Driver's License are charged tuition. The men's Ice Hockey team won the college's first NJCAA championship in 1980, has been in six NJCAA, has sent several athletes to four-year universities Fahn Cooper, transferred to the University of Mississippi. Division III was national champion in 2002,20032006 for field and outdoor track. Troy Doris started also career at COD, appeared in the triple jump for Guyana. The first bowl game won was called the Citizens Bank Bowl in 2012, won was the Red Grange Bowl in 2016. The structure spans four levels was named after the College of DuPage. Wednesdays students and Tuesday take over the restaurant space. Science Center and The Health was funded by the proceeds of the 2002 capital referendum. The HSC houses also Long-Term care lab and a Nursing Simulation, Surgical Technology and Dental Hygiene lab, room lab.
The proceeds of the 2002 capital referendum was funded by the proceeds of the 2002 capital referendum. The MAC houses the 780-seat proscenium Belushi Performance Hall, the 70-seat black box studio theater and the 186-seat soft-thrust playhouse theater, the Cleve Carney Art Gallery, classrooms for the college's academic programming. The Physical Education Center has also a fitness area on the 2nd floor. The library has partnerships received the Excellence in Academic Libraries Award. The Library's Philanthropy Center is a partnership with the Donors Forum of Chicago, has also a residency in community college librarianship program, provides also facilities and resources for the College's Library Technical Assistance certificate program. The Technical Education Center was funded from the 2002 capital referendum through proceeds. The Westmont campus is in Westmont at 650 Pasguinelli Drive. The Naperville Campus is located in Naperville at 1223 Rickert Drive. The Carol Stream Campus is located in Carol Stream at 500 N.
Kuhn Road. The Addison Campus is located in Addison at 301 S. Swift Road. The school board removed abruptly the college president, Sunil Chand. COD President Robert Breuder sent an email to the college's trustees. College of DuPage Meteorology sued the foundation and COD. The judge ruled the federal grand jury subpoena, a public record. This model is based on the Malcolm Baldrige National Quality Award Program. Addition operates also centers in Carol Stream in Addison. The student's name be printed on each item, approved for a cooperative agreement. No adjustments be made after midterm of the current term. Cooperative agreements are available within the State of Illinois for community colleges. Most community college districts do approve not cooperative agreements for non-credit courses and developmental courses for single courses. Applications be filed 30 calendar days to the start of term. First was the Illinois General Assembly adoption of the Public Community College Act. Second was the approval by high school district voters of a 1965 referendum by DuPage. Other physical improvements and Construction including signage and landscaping. Funds have been used for the Culinary and the Student Services Center for construction of the Robert J. Miller Homeland Security Education Center. The College realized several major outcomes, significant semester-to-semester enrollment increases, the addition of approximately 50 new academic programs. The community college district served by College of DuPage. The west half of the Berg Instructional Center renovation is nearing also completion as lighting and carpeting as paint. A dramatic two-story open space featuring a wall of windows. Interior work includes improved overhead lighting, more efficient temperature control, white board space. The dark brown interior brick has been stained a lighter color. The College of DuPage today announced the hiring of Dan Bindert as the new Station Manager. WBEZ-FM was a news anchor as a weekend host on the station.
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|Year||College of DuPage|
|1973||The building opened in 1973.|
|1974||The Berg Instructional Center was opened in 1974.|
|1979||Harold D. McAninch was appointed in 1979 as the college's second president.|
|1980||The men's Ice Hockey team won the college's first NJCAA championship in 1980.|
|1986||The McAninch Arts Center was built in 1986 in 1986.|
|1990||The Seaton Computing Center was built in 1990.|
|1994||Michael T. Murphy became the college's third president, College of DuPage in 1994.|
|2004||The Carol Stream Community Education Center opened in 2004.|
|2007||The Early Childhood Center was completed in 2007.|
|2011||Hospitality Center and The Culinary was completed in 2011.|
|2012||The first bowl game won was called the Citizens Bank Bowl in 2012.|
|2016 07 1||The current Board of Trustees began on 2016 07 1.|
|2016||The first bowl game won was the Red Grange Bowl in 2016.|