Triton College’s iLaunch Lab allows students who place into developmental math courses to move away from the traditional lecture-based classroom and into a collaborative learning environment.
Through Brainfuse, Triton College students now have access to live online tutors along with a variety of other easy-to-use tools designed to help them succeed in the classroom.
Triton College’s gay-straight alliance student group, Common Ground, received the 2017 Oak Park Area Lesbian and Gay Association (OPALGA) Founders Award
Architecture Program faculty Mina Rezaeian received the Louis Vuitton Spark Award. Students can enroll in her AutoCAD, 3D Computer Modeling and Architecture Portfolio classes at Triton College.
Triton College received a $300,000 grant from the United States Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) to address issues of campus violence and sexual assault prevention.
Middle School students wrote essays about leaders they admired – then toured Triton College’s campus during the President for a Day challenge.
The GENIUS (Geo-Engineering Innovations through Undergraduate Scholarship) project is supported by a five-year grant of $650,000 through the National Science Foundation.
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Triton College joined schools and organizations from around the country in celebrating National Adult Education and Family Literacy Week, which took place Sept. 24-30.
Members of the Triton College Student Association led a successful hurricane relief supply drive that netted a large haul of supplies that were delivered to hurricane victims.