Think you have the moves to win a lip-synch battle? Grab your favorite song and test your skills at Student Senate’s Mock Rock. Share the stage with friends or make waves as a single act.
Taking place on Thursday, April 11, Mock Rock will start at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of St. Matthew. Judged by Finlandia faculty members, monetary prizes will be given to the top three acts. Groups or individuals can sign up for Mock Rock outside of [...]
The first of four Adulting 101 Workshops will take place April 2 at the Chapel of St. Matthew. Join Finlandia faculty, staff and alumni and learn how to navigate the “real world” after graduation.
For the first workshop, join Coordinator of External Relations, Olivia Myers, to discuss personal branding. The personal branding segment will contain tips on making a personal mission statement, as well as how to create an elevator pitch, to help land your dream job. Accompanying Myers [...]
Zumba with Olivia is a fun-filled high energy class that incorporates dance moves into an aerobic routine. Olivia will lead you step by step through some of the hottest dance music and moves. A great way to sneak in a workout while [...]
The Finlandia University community is invited to join in a service of rememberance, grief, and protest on Thursday, June 23 at 12 p.m. in the Chapel of St. Matthew. President Philip Johnson will lead the brief service of readings and meditation.
“This service allows colleagues to gather, pause and in a quiet but authentic way demonstrate solidarity with all those who grieve and to protest against violence and hatred,” Johnson said. “This gives voice to our community’s shared grief as we reflect on recent [...]
Finlandia University baccalaureate and commencement activities for the class of 2016 are scheduled for Sunday, May 1, on the university’s campus in Hancock.
Exercises for Graduation Day 2016 will begin Sunday morning at 10 a.m. with the Baccalaureate Worship Service at the Chapel of St. Matthew, and conclude with the Commencement Exercises at 1:30 p.m. at Paavo Nurmi Center.
Finlandia University, founded in 1896 as Suomi College, recognized its first group of graduates in 1904 with 12 students earning diplomas. In the coming [...]