In the words of artist Henri Matisse, “Creativity takes courage.”
The new Hawk Student Art Gallery at Brennan & Durocher Halls seeks to showcase the courageous creativity and talents of HNU students.
"What’s your superpower?” asked Armand Carr, the keynote speaker at this year’s Alpha Delta Awards on April 24. “You need to identify your superpower. Your passion. And give back to your community.”
OAKLAND, CA (March 21, 2019) - With the approval of Holy Names University’s Board of Trustees, Michael “Mike” Groener has been named the institution’s 18th President. Groener joined Holy Names as Vice President for Finance and Administration in July 2016 and was appointed Interim President in November 2017.
On January 22, the Counseling and Forensic Psychology (CPSY) program hosted an internship fair to support HNU’s graduate students. The fair helps students prepare for their clinical traineeship/practicum (mandatory in the counseling and forensic psychology program).
Program will leverage technology to enhance learning outcomes
OAKLAND, CA – A new Strengthening Institutions Grant of approximately $3 million from the U.S. Department of Education will help Holy Names University (HNU) improve its ability to support first-generation and low-income students from recruitment through graduation. These student populations are important members of the HNU community: 41% of all undergraduates are first-generation college students and 53% have been awarded Pell Grants.
With the start of fall classes days away, the University community is preparing to welcome its newest members — the Class of 2022 — for New Student Orientation, Aug. 18 through 21.