Taylor’s faculty salary rate lags behind that of its peers, but it offers employees above-average benefits.
Articles by: Julia Oller
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Art education majors teach weekly after-school art programBy Julia Oller | Echo Seven Taylor students sprinkled throughout Metcalf classrooms on Tuesday afternoons aren’t there to listen but to lecture. A part of the Elementary Methods class required for all art education majors, Art After School is a five-week art program […]
Taylor earned the No. 1 Best Colleges for Veterans ranking in the 2016 U.S. News and World Report. Thanks to hefty federally-funded programs such as the GI Bill, veterans and their dependents are able to attend Taylor at a significantly reduced cost.
Student development takes a new form next year as roles are redistributed between student care and student programming.
Taylor beach bash to end the year with a splash
Internships can seem elusive to students unsure of their career path. A new class offered this fall will aid in the internship hunt.
Although the pressure to find a spouse increases during seniors’ final semester, only 27 percent of Taylor graduates marry other Taylor grads.
While 97 percent of students find jobs or go to graduate school directly after Taylor, the remaining three percent often feel stuck.
The groundbreaking ceremony held on Thursday, April 9, marked the start of construction on the LaRita R. Boren Campus Center.