Senior nursing student and women’s hockey captain, Sierra Meiners visited Finlandia Fridays this week to discuss the women’s hockey team and her final year in the nursing program. Meiners was named the Northern Collegiate Hockey Association’s (NCHA) Offensive Player of the Week this past week. Meiners was honored with the title but more so with the early season success, especially “with two wins under the belt and there are still plenty games to go.” Women’s hockey has [...]
This week during First Thursday Dr. Jorma Kalliokoski was recognized and thanks for his generous support of Finlandia University’s International School of Art & Design and Sulo & Aileen Maki Library. Dr. Kalliokoski was presented with certificate for [...]
Students participating in Finlandia University’s third annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service are invited to sign up for their service site now.
Dr. King was a vibrant and dynamic leader for nonviolent activism in the Civil Rights Movement. Finlandia University and the local community have combined efforts to renew discussions about equality [...]
This month’s International School of Art & Design First Thursday is going to include a special moment where students and staff recognize Dr. Jorma Kalliokoski, a long-time donor to the university’s art & design school and Maki Library.
Finlandia University’s Campus Ministry Program has been invited to participate in a Progressive Dinner on Sunday as part of a Cooperative Campus Ministries program in association with Michigan Technological University.
FinnU students and employees are invited to join in the event, which takes place Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. The Progressive Dinner involves walking from place to place with people of all faiths, sharing not only in food, but in fellowship and discussion. If you wish to provide a dish to [...]
Potential partnership between institutions being discussed
On November 10, 2017, President Dr. Philip Johnson, International School of Art & Design Dean Denise Vandeville, and Dr. Richard Gee, Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, toured the studios and facilities of the Beihai Art and Design Institute, China. The visit to the school concluded a multi-day tour of the country provided by Beihai officials.
On Sunday night the longstanding tradition of Late Night Breakfast will continue, and will once again include a little help from students’ friends in TRIO Student Support Services as Tutoring will be available in Finlandia Hall prior to breakfast. This event is free and all students are encouraged to attend. Staff from Finlandia’s admissions and financial aid departments will be on hand to serve breakfast, while TRIO SSS staff will be available for tutoring. Prior to tutoring and breakfast, [...]
As Finland celebrates its centennial of independence today, there have been special events taking place around the country honoring this milestone, in all corners of the United States where there are Finnish-settled communities.
A century ago, there weren’t as many celebrations honoring Finland’s independence taking place in the United States – except in Hancock at Suomi College, which was founded [...]
Students from Finlandia University’s Certified Medical Assistant program are hosting an open lab on Wednesday, December 6 from 1 to 4 p.m. in Nikander 30. The students are practicing taking vital signs, including blood pressure, pulse, temperature, height, weight and BMI. All employees and students are invited to stop by anytime between 1 and 4 p.m.
NOTE: This event has been canceled.
Due to adverse weather, classes beginning at 4 p.m. or later have been cancelled.
As a reminder, all students, parents and employees are invited to subscribe for free text alerts. Text the word “fualert” to 33733 to subscribe.