On Thursday, December 3, Finlandia University will be hosting another Mobile Food Pantry in the parking lot between Old Main and the Chapel of St. Mattew. Organized through Feeding American West Michigan, mobile food pantries help fill the gap in hunger needs in a community, by supplementing the ongoing work of local pantries with much needed fresh produce, meat, and dairy. The truck coming here on December 3 will hold about 15,000 pounds of such items, [...]
Lillian Johnson is a local to the Hancock area, is majoring in Entrepreneurship and Management at Finlandia and will graduate in December 2020. Amanda Staege recently interviewed her about her time at Finlandia.
Why did you choose to major in Entrepreneurship and Management?
After high school, I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do for my career. However, Hancock offered all graduating students the Hancock Promise as a chance to get a college degree at minimal costs. The Hancock Promise [...]
Anxiety Anonymous meets online through zoom every Sunday at 6 p.m., with an option for anonymity. Either pre-register here or drop-in using this link. Hosted by TRIO’s Zoe Lincoln and Pastor Sarah Semmler Smith, Anxiety Anonymous is a space for student to process, connect and add mindfulness to your week.
Finlandia Resident Assistants outside of FinnHall | August 2020
Finlandia University has been ranked by US News & World Report as a top university for Social Mobility. Finlandia came in at #12 on the list of universities in the Midwest region.
According to the US News & World Report, economically disadvantaged students are less likely than others to finish college, even when controlling for other characteristics. But some colleges are more successful [...]
The U.S. Department of Education announced that Finlandia University’s TRIO Student Support Services (SSS) grant program will be renewed for $1,705,835 over five years to help more students succeed in and graduate from college. FinnU’s TRIO SSS program has been providing services on campus for almost 30 years and assists 180 students annually.
TRIO SSS helps college students who are low income, first generation (those whose parents do not have a four-year [...]
Did you know that TRIO Programs have been present on Finlandia/Suomi’s campus since the early 1980s? Or that we have three different TRIO programs on campus, but there are seven types of TRIO programs? Or that the need for organized TRIO came out of the State of the Union address in 1964 by Lyndon B Johnson, as part of the War on Poverty?
Bring a brown-bag lunch to Mannerheim Central to learn about the history and purpose of TRIO programs, as [...]
Black Student Union President Dewan Keeling dropped by Finlandia Fridays this week to talk about his experiences at FinnU and the upcoming Diversity Dinner. Keeling is a junior from Detroit, who is majoring in healthcare management.
“The Diversity Dinner is where our students can come and get together to make dishes that replicate where they are from,” stated Keeling. “It’s a way to make them feel more at home.”
Boasting a broad variety of dishes, the event is not only [...]
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 [...]