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Campus Visit Programs 2016-17 Register online for all programs at hanover.edu/visits

Access and Opportunity Day October 22 Prospective Student Overnight October 28 Sal Vulcano and Friends Crowe Scholars Program (Invitation Only) November 12 Prospective Student Overnight November 18 Bill Nye The Science Guy Benjamin Templeton Scholars Program (Invitation Only) January 15-16 W. Kamau Bell, part of the Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Crowe Scholars Program (Invitation Only) January 28 Prospective Student Overnight March 10 Dr. Michio Kaku Hanover At a Glance April 1

Individual Visit You may schedule an individual visit throughout the year by calling our visit coordinator at 800.213.2178 or registering online at hanover.edu/visits. Our individual visits are catered to your needs and include a campus tour and meeting with admission staff. High school juniors and older may request to attend a class, meet with a professor, meet with a coach, shadow a current student or an overnight visit.

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94% of our graduates finish in

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When we say our students become lifelong learners, we don’t mean at Hanover! More than 94 percent of our graduates finish in four years or less without summer school, and 99 percent are employed or in graduate programs within seven months of graduation.

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Hanover students thrive in hands-on environments that challenge them to apply their newfound knowledge and skills in meaningful ways. With 33 majors offered, and the flexibility to mix and match to create your own if you desire, Hanover’s curriculum stretches to meet the individual needs of our students.

93 percent of Hanover students live on campus for all four years of their education, so it is important to know that you’re selecting more than an academic program. Whether you’re out exploring our expansive campus, hiking to one of the waterfalls, attending a concert on Donner lawn or taking in the locally-owned shops of downtown Madison, you’ll have no problem maintaining that all-important work/life balance.

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Our people make Hanover special, and it all starts with the students we admit. Our holistic admission process carefully selects applicants who seek to be actively engaged in their education and community. Once admitted, the College makes substantial investments in the success of all our future students through merit-based scholarships and/or need-based aid. We work hard to meet the individual financial needs of each of our students and their families.

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employment and graduate school Graduate Schools and Employers — student major

Arts

Legal

Philosophy

Science/Scientific research

Art Institute of Chicago — ARTH Florida Reparatory Theatre — THR Janiec Opera Company — THR Kentucky Opera — CHE Kentucky Shakespeare Festival — THR Marin Shakespeare Company — THR Passion Works — ART Seattle Children’s Theatre — THR The Oaks Academy — ART

College of William and Mary — ECO DePaul University Law School — PLS Indiana University — ARTH, ENG, HIS, PLS Dawahare & Kershaw Law Offices — ARTH University of Cincinnati Law School — PSY University of Louisville, Brandeis — PHI

Southern Illinois University — PHI

Bard College — ENV Bristol—Myers Squibb — CHE Dow Corning — CHE Grote Industries, Inc. — MAT LBG, Inc. — GEO NASA — PHY Nestlé — CHE North Carolina State University — CHE Parsons Corporation — GEO Proctor & Gamble — BIO Purdue University School of Veterinary — BIO U.S. Navy — PHY, KIP University of Kentucky — CHE University of Missouri — BIO Vanderbilt University — BIO/CHE Western Michigan University — BIO Winthrop University — BIO

Education Chinese Culture Center — INT Ben Davis High School — SPA Duquesne University — PHI Eiteljorg Museum — HIS Fulbright Scholar — ANTH Indiana University — CLA Japanese/English Teaching Program — MRS Louisville Science Center — HIS Southern Baptist Theological Seminary — SPA Teach for America — INT University of Illinois — ENG University of Louisville — ENG University of Texas — ENG

Financial Services Bankers Life and Casualty — ECO Fifth Third Bank — COMM Mastercard Worldwide — MATH Prudential — COMM Schulich School of Business — ECO Sony Music Entertainment — ECO UBS Financial Services — ECO University of Louisville — MAT

Government Census Bureau — PHIL Indiana Child Protective Services — PSY Indiana House of Representatives — PIS The White House — PHIL

Health Care Administration Avant Healthcare, St. Vincent Foundation — COM Communicare — CS University of Cincinnati — CHE

IT/data services/lOgistics AT&T — SPA BAM Technologies — CS Bell Techlogix — CS Equix Biomechanics — CS General Electric — ENG Google, Inc. — CS IBM Corp. — CS J.B. Hunt Transport — ECO NextGear Capital — CS University of Notre Dame — CS

Management Angie’s List — COM General Motors — COM City of Columbus Human Rights Comm. — PIS Cummins, Inc. — HFA Indiana State Fair Commission — PIS PPG Industries — PHI Pearson Publishing — INT Purdue University — PSY University of Louisville — ECO Verizon Corporate – COM

Marketing/market research Cummins, Inc. — COM Maingate, Inc. — ECO

Medicine Baylor University — BIO Butler University — BIO Cincinnati Children’s Medical Center — HIS Indiana University — CHE Norton Healthcare — BIO St. Francis Research Center — PSY Texas A&M University — BIO University of Kentucky — BIO Wishard Hospital Pediatrics — SPA

Psychology Applied Center for Autism — PSY Lifeline Youth and Family Resources — SOC Marquette University — PSY National Institute for Aging — BIO Riley Children’s Foundation/Camp Riley — PSY, KIP Seven County Services — SOC Xavier University — PSY

Rehab / Fitness / Therapy Bellarmine University — BIO Indiana University — KIP Lifetime Family Fitness — KIP Pike County Medical — KIP YMCA — SOC Ohio University — HFA University of Indianapolis — KIP University of Kentucky — KIP

Social work Indiana University — BIO, EDU, PHI, THS University of New Hampshire — SOC

Sales Frito Lay — COM MainSource Bank — SOC Verizon Wireless — KIP

Sports Pacers Sports and Entertainment — COM

69% employed

Media Boston University — COM Cincinnati Enquirer — HIS Evansville Courier — ART WXIN—TV — COM

MUSIC Belmont University — KIP Brevard Music Center — THE

Natural Resourceses Education / Environment Big Oaks National Wildlife Refuge — BIO Kentucky Dept. of Fish & Wildlife — BIO Louisville Olmsted Parks Conservancy — BIO USDA — GEO

NON—PROFIT SERVICE Christian Appalachian Project — PSY Earthcorps — HIS Girls, Inc. — HFA Peace Corps — MUS Salvation Army — SOC University of Kentucky — PSY University of Louisville — PSY

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With 31% of graduates entering graduate school, Hanover ranks in the 90th percentile nationwide.

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James L. “Chip” Pease ’68

Mark Williams ’76

Jane Huffman Hayes ’83

Chairman (Retired) Fifth Third Bank of Central Indiana Greensburg, IN

Chairman and CEO AAA Allied Group, Inc Cincinnati, OH

Vice President General Counsel Michelin North America, Inc. Greenville, SC

Awarded the “Most Daring Research Award” by NASA. Staton, KY

Gary Montgomery ’60

Richard A. Shearer ’70

John C. Trimble ’77

Michael Hendrickson ’83

Executive Vice President (Retired) Bank of New York Mellon New York, NY

Attorney, Lewis Wagner, LLP Selected by Indiana Super Lawyers magazine as a top attorney, an honor given to only five percent of attorneys in the state. Indianapolis, IN

Executive Vice President for feature production, 20th Century Fox Film Corp. Film producer who works on big-budget films such as all five “X-Men” series and “Titanic.” Chatsworth, CA

Vice President & CFO (Retired) Amsted Industries Chicago, IL

Harold K. Voris ’62 Curator and Head of the Division of Amphibians and Reptiles Field Museum of Natural History Chicago, IL

Stephen K. Smith ’64 Dell Computers (Retired) Austin, TX

John Shoemaker ’64

J. Joseph Hale, Jr. ’71 President (Retired) Cinergy Foundation Co-founder and president of Global BrightLight Foundation, the largest nongovernmental organization in the U.S. dedicated to providing solar lanterns in remote areas of the world Naples, FL

Jim Green ’72

Executive Vice President of Sun Microsystems (Retired) Los Altos, CA

Computer scientist who reduced wireless communication time to usable levels San Francisco, CA

Geoffrey R. Lorenz ’65

Kristine Rector Gleason ’73

Chairman of the Board The Lorenz Corporation Dayton, OH

Patricia Stockton Hagenah ’66 Board Member Chicago Foundation for Education Kenilworth, IL

Richard L. Hall ’67 Senior Vice President of Life Product (Retired) Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Co. Mequon, WI

Robert F. Muhlhauser Jr. ’67 CEO, Precision Temp Inc. Cincinnati, OH

Dr. Brenda Igo Townes ’67 Internist Baptist Medical Associates Louisville, KY

Michael B. Zeddies ’77 President and Owner Midland Marketing, Inc. Chicago, IL

Veronica Witt Martin ’84

Six-term congressman, Governor of Indiana and 2016 U.S. vice-presidential nominee Indianapolis, IN

Vice President, Service Operations LifeSynch One of 600 women selected to participate in the Richard G. Lugar Excellence in Public Service Series. Additionally, the WMCA named Martin Woman of The Year. Irving, TX

James K. Ward ’81

Gregory C. Willman ’85

Mike Pence ’81

President and CEO The Phoenix Symphony Former president, LucasArts Scottsdale, AZ

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James B. Sturges ’54

Co-founder and CEO 316 Investments, LLC Indianapolis, IN

Therapeutic Area Director - Oncology Astellas Pharma Global Department Deerfield, IL

Dr. Thom Mayer ’73 Command physician at the Pentagon during the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. Medical Director of the NFL Players Association. Fairfax, VA

Elaine Bedel ’74

Woody Harrelson ’83 Academy-award nominated actor famous for his roles in the “Hunger Games” series. Awarded the 1989-90 Emmy Award for best supporting actor in a comedy series for “Cheers.”

Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc. Indianapolis, IN

Kenneth L. Gladish ’74 President & CEO/Philanthropic Advisor The Seton Foundation/Seton Family Hospitals Austin, TX

Carol Godfrey Green ’74 Senior Director, Toxicology & Metabolism SRI International Laboratory Menlo Park, CA

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Dr. Hannah Woebkenberg ’05

Freelance writer/photographer, worked with Tony Hawk, Robert F. Kennedy Jr., Jack Johnson and Ben Harper. Wilmington, NC

Emergency room physician/artist Oakland, CA

Chris Welker ’97 Chief Operating Officer MPAM Credit Trading Partners, L.P. Cleveland, OH

Isaac Kwaku Fokuo Jr. ’98 Principal and founder, BOTHO Limited CEO, The African Leadership Network Founder, Sino Africa Center of Excellence Nairobi, Kenya

Julia McHugh ’01 Paleontologist Museum of Western Colorado Grand Junction, CO

Brett Dietz ’04 Former Arena Football League quarterback. In 2006, Dietz was named league rookie of the year and first-team all-AFL2. Avon, IN

Mark Levett ’71 Vice President of Corporate (Retired) Responsibility and Community Relations; CEO Cummins Foundation Cummins Inc.

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Mark Anders ’94

Jason Crawford ’11 Sales Senior Zone Supervisor PepsiCo Indianapolis, IN

Dung Pham ’13 Associate Software Engineer Yahoo San Francisco, CA

Anna Reno ’13 Boren Scholar Jordan

Grace Stephensen ’13 Fulbright Scholar Germany

Ryan Hackbarth ’16

Micah Shrewsberry ’99 NBA Assistant Coach — Boston Celtics Former assistant coach at Butler University, which twice went to the NCAA national championship game.

Fulbright Scholar Poland

John Resig ’01 Co-founder and president theCHIVE.com and CHIVE Charities Austin, TX

Jacqueline Mills, ’09 Consultant, Enterprise Strategies Indianapolis, IN

Seth Daniel ’11 Internal Technology Resident Google London, England


Art History — arth Asian Art European Art History of Architecture English — eng African-American Literature American Literature British Literature Comparative Literature Creative Writing Genre Studies Irish Literature Journalism Literary Theory and Criticism World Literature Women’s and Gender Studies French — fre Francophone Cinema Francophone Women’s Studies French and Francophone Literature and Culture French Business Language Multiculturalism in Contemporary France German — ger German-American Studies German Business German History German Literature and Culture Language Multiculturalism in German-speaking Europe

natural sciences Music — mus Band/Orchestra Baroque Brass Chorus Classical Composition Conducting Counterpoint   Instrumental/Vocal Pedagogy Medieval Music History Music Theory Percussion Piano Renaissance Romantic Strings Twentieth Century Voice Wind

Studio Art — art Ceramics Drawing Painting Photography Printmaking Sculpture Theatre — thr Acting Directing Film Studies Lighting Playwriting Shakespeare Studies Sound Stage Management Theatre History

Spanish — spa Film Studies Gender Studies Language Literature and Culture from Spain Literatures and Cultures from Latin America (specializing in Mexico, the Andean region, the Southern Cone and the Caribbean) Pre-Colombian Cultures and Marginal Voices

History — his American History Cultural History European History History of Science Intellectual History Military History Political History Social History World History Women and Family History

Medieval-Renaissance Studies — mrs Philosophy — PHI Analytic Philosophy Asian Philosophy/Asian Studies Ethics and Values History of Western Philosophy Pre-Law Theological Studies — ths American Religious History Christian Doctrine (Historic and Contemporary) Christian Ethics Christian Ministry Doctrine of God Doctrine of the Trinity Feminist Theology

BIOChemistry — bch Biology — bio Botany Cell and Molecular Biology Environmental Science Organismal Biology Zoology Chemistry — che Environmental Chemistry Food and Beverage Chemistry Forensics (Chemical) Instrumental Analysis Natural Products Chemistry Protein Chemistry Quantum Chemistry Computer Science — cs 3D Computer Animation and Modeling Artificial Intelligence Databases Networking Scientific Modeling Video Game Design

Engineering — engR Computer Electrical Electromechanical Geological Mechanical Environmental Science — env Environmental Biology Environmental Geology Geochemistry Geophysics Kinesiology and Integrative Physiology — kip Kinesiology Nutrition Geology — geo Environmental Geology Environmental Science Geographic Information Science (GIS) Geomorphology Hydrology Paleontology Petroleum Geology Physical Geology

Health & Movement Studies — hfa Mathematics — mat Actuarial Sciences Financial Mathematics Probability Statistics Physics — PHy Astronomy Electronics Engineering Applications Nuclear Physics Optical Physics Scientific Instrumentation Space Science Psychology — Psy Child and Adolescent Psychology Clinical Psychology Cognitive Science Counseling Neuroscience Psychology Applied to Business, Education and Law

social sciences Business Scholars Program — bsp Accounting Banking Finance Investments Management Sales and Marketing

humanities Classical Studies — cla Archaeology Greek (culture, language and literature) Latin (culture, language and literature)

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arts and letters

History of Biblical Interpretation Medical Ethics Moral Decision-Making Popular Theology Postmodern Theologies Process Theology Sexual Ethics Theological Epistemology and Sources of Authority Theology and the Environment Theology, Gender and Sexuality Vocation and Calling

Communication — com Film/Music Criticism Journalism Marketing Organizational Management/ Business Communication Political Communication Video/Film Production cultural Anthropology — anth Economics — eco Banking and Finance Economics and Water Resources Environmental Economics Financial Panics Gender and Economics International Business International Economics Poverty and Discrimination

Education — edu Elementary Education major (K-6) Secondary Education program (5-12) Special Education Dual Licensure Gender Studies — gnds International Studies — ins Cultures and Peoples Global Economics Global Politics World Religions World History

Sociology — soc Crime and Corrections Globalization Juvenile Delinquency Race, Class and Gender Inequality Selfhood and Social Interaction Social Change and Social Movements Sociology of Families Sociology of Sport Urban Sociology

Political Science — Pis American Politics International Relations Political Economy Political History Political Institutions Political Theory Political Thought Public Policy

design your own major

pre-professional programs

Fit your specific interests and passions. Blend biochemistry and kinesiology or concentrate on consumer marketing. Select your core areas of study, choose your professors and put together the final proposal for declaring your major.

Health and biomedical sciences

Pre-Health

Pre-Pharmacy

program

Pre-Law

Pre-Physical Therapy

Pre-Dentistry

Pre-Medicine

Pre-Veterinary Sciences

“The supplementation of ethics and writing will assist me should I pursue a degree in law and a career in intellectual property or copyright law.” Savannah Mitchell, ’16 designed her own major in Media Studies, a mix of Communication, Philosophy, and English.

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engineering OUR MISSION The Engineering Program at Hanover College educates competent and responsible engineers within a liberal arts environment so that they can pursue careers or further study and make a positive contribution to society. The program balances a focus on engineering fundamentals, practical applications, and broad socioeconomic perspectives. You will be challenged to think critically and communicate effectively and benefit from a breadth of study not typically found in other engineering programs. DEGREE PATHS AND CAREERS The College offers two engineering degree paths: 1. A bachelor’s degree in engineering (ENGR) with one of the following concentrations: • Mechanical • Electrical • Electromechanical • Computer • Geological or, without noted specialization (general engineering). The engineering curriculum is designed for those who wish to pursue career paths in engineering or applied science through research, teaching, industry, or entrepreneurial engineering. 2. A bachelor’s degree in engineering science (ENGS). Engineering science provides an interdisciplinary education in mathematics, science, and engineering. It also encourages students to incorporate diverse cognate areas, such as business, economics, or arts and design, so they can effectively pursue careers in public service, business, management, or entrepreneurship.

We are looking forward to the pipeline of fresh, new talent coming from Hanover and doing what we can to support the new program.” – Dominic Grote, President of Grote Industries

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IN THE HANOVER ENGINEERING PROGRAM YOU CAN: • Join an internship or a co-op and receive academic credit. • Learn in small, dynamic classes with experts one-on-one. • Broaden your horizons through visits and guest lectures by our industry partners. • Combine engineering with business through our established Business Scholars Program (BSP). • Benefit from the integration of engineering with science and the liberal arts. • Study abroad, engage in a co-op, and even double major, all in only four years! ENGINEERING SUBJECTS Exploring Engineering Electrical Circuit Analysis Electronic Circuits Materials Science Introduction to Engineering and Design Linear Systems Analysis Engineering Electromagnetics Semiconductor Electronics Digital Systems Signals, Systems, and Communications VLSI Design Computer Systems Architecture Mechanical Engineering Tools Instruments, Measurement, and Statistics Mobile Robotics Numerical Computation Mechanics of Materials Fluid Dynamics Thermofluids Engineering Control Theory and Design Engineering Design and Manufacturing Geomechanics and Geotechnics Geological Engineering and Design EXPERIENTIAL OPPORTUNITIES You can earn academic credit for an internship or a more extensive co-op experience. A four-month co-op extends through the one-month spring term and the subsequent summer. Therefore, you can complete one or even two co-ops and still graduate in four years. The internship/co-op program engages national and international corporations. It also has a strong local business representation, including Grote Industries Inc., Arvin Sango Inc., Vehicle Service Group LLC., and SuperATV, so you can have the option to avoid relocation during your work or research experience.

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Health and Biomedical Sciences Program If you’re interested in a career in medicine or health services, the Health and Biomedical Sciences Program (HBSP) helps you become a more competitive candidate for medical or graduate school. Information — get concentrated advising and meet current professionals that can give you advice to reach your goals. Preparation — participate in weekly study groups and get additional help preparing for the MCAT or other grad school admission exams.

Dr. Thom Mayer ’73,

Experience — apply to spend a semester working at the local hospital, shadowing doctors and learning about different medical specialties from family medicine and obstetrics to oncology and the ER.

medicine and NFL Players

pediatric emergency Association medical director

Dr. Travis Clegg ’02, an orthopedic surgeon, specializes in minimally invasive joint replacement and sports medicine. He supervises students knee replacement surgeries in Hanover’s human cadaver lab.

four-year plan First Year: • Meet with your advisor and HBSP advisor and plan your schedule for the next four years. • Start familiarizing yourself with the graduate placement exams (MCAT,DAT,OAT, GRE, etc.) • Attend the Graduate and Professional School Fair and talk directly to reps about your options after Hanover. Second Year: • Apply for a Richter Grant or begin your own research project to develop your skills in independent investigation. • Plan your admission test timing with help from the HBSP Advisory Committee. • Get clinical experience at the local hospital by applying for the shadowing program. Third Year: • Begin final preparations for your grad school admission tests. • Draft you application essay with the help from the Career and Professional Development Center. • Secure letters of recommendation from your favorite professors. Fourth Year: • Meet with our advisor to prepare for interviews. • After graduation, begin transitioning to professional school.

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100% of business scholars complete a paid, project-based internship.

business scholars program

Being paid to work, while learning to work

Your major + business. You don’t have to choose between a major that you are truly passionate about and a business education that some consider a more-direct route to a well-paying job. We combine both. Master the art of business: Take courses in management, marketing, finance and strategy that boosts your resume. Get experience: Every Business Scholar completes an individualized paid project-based internship. Build soft skills: Keep the job you worked so hard to get by speaking and writing articulately and working effectively with others. You’ll obtain those skills through our liberal arts core classes. Act professionally: Attend workshops and seminars that teach you how to interview and create a resume. Plus you’ll get to network with Hanover alums who can mentor you through the process.

cognate courses One course in Statistics One course in Economics

core courses BSP 211 – Management Concepts BSP 311 – Financial Decision Making or BSP 325 – Financial Accounting* BSP 357 – Project-based Internship BSP 411 – Business Strategy *BSP 325 and BSP 326 is a sequence for students with a special interest in accounting and finance, and BSP 325 should only be taken if the student also plans to take BSP 326 – Managerial Accounting. Otherwise, they should take BSP 311.

electives Scholars must take a total of two elective courses.

co-curricular requirements • Computer Application Competency • Internship and Career Preparation • Workshops, Events and Other Activities

courses BSP 211 - Management Concepts BSP 212 - Ethics and Commerce BSP 311 - Financial Decision Making BSP 321 - Marketing & Promotions BSP 322 - Professional Selling BSP 323 - Investments BSP 324 - eCommerce Management BSP 325 - Financial Accounting BSP 326 - Managerial Accounting BSP 327 - Financial Management BSP 328 - Managing a Not-for-Profit Organization BSP 329 - Personal Financial Management BSP 330 - Scholars in the City: New York BSP 357 - Project-Based Internship BSP 360 - Business Analytics BSP 360 - Marketing Analytics and Strategy BSP 411 - Business Strategy

faculty

Gerald R. Johnson, Jr. ’69 Executive Director, BSP Leader in banking industry for 30+ years; serving as chairman of the board, CEO, and director of Mercantile Bank Corporation (NASDAQ:MBWM). Stephen B. Ellis, ’72, MBA Assistant Professor, BSP Stockbroker and a supervisory analyst at Hilliard, Lyons, portfolio manager and credit underwriter at Bank One and SYSCO. Diane Magary ’87, MBA Assistant Professor, BSP Director of marketing and senior management for medical and surgical equipment corporations, such as Cardima, Inc., St. Jude Medical, Inc., and Ethicon Endo-Surgery. John C. Riddick, Jr. ’87, MBA Associate Professor, BSP 20+ years of sales, management and IT experience working for Fortune 500 companies, including IBM, EDS, Keane, and Perot Systems. Shelley Preocanin Visiting Assistant Professor, HR Management, BSP Director of human resources for Hanover College. Expertise includes safety and disability management in the areas of healthcare, manufacturing and higher education.


A liberal arts education teaches you how to learn – and develop as a culturally competent, well-rounded, socially minded individual who knows how to share that instinct with others. It’s also the philosophy of our Education Department.

Experience

Assessment

You’ll be in local K-12 classrooms your first year and every year thereafter.

Plan…Execute…Assess…Modify…Repeat. Education is a dynamic field so the program you choose should be grounded in assessment. Good thing you found Hanover!

Diversity Social justice and cross-cultural experiences are built into our program qualifying you to work in any educational setting.

Technology No overhead projectors here! You’ll be working on Promethean boards and the latest in educational technology. Kasie Doherty ’16, is an Indiana Association of Colleges for Teacher Education Outstanding Future Educator Award winner and recently accepted a position to teach third grade at Pope John XXIII Elementary in Madison, IN. She is also pursuing dual licensure in special education and is earning part of her credits online through Hanover College in the summer.

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100% of education students are placed in a job or graduate school within six months of graduation.

Research As an educator, you want to make a difference in the lives of others. It starts with understanding the problems we face. Work side by side with Hanover faculty or pursue an independent course of study analyzing current topics and trends in education.

Three Program Tracks

• Elementary Education (K-6) • Secondary Education (5-12) • Special Education Dual License (K-12)

100% of Hanover education majors

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serving nearly 57% of the student body through 2,066 tutoring and study group sessions annually.

academic support 98% of students reported they felt better about their classroom assignments because of the peer-supported help they received. Hanover College 101 How do I study for an essay exam? How do I take notes in a discussion-based course? What are effective strategies for deciphering dense texts? The answers to these mysteries (and many more) are revealed in Hanover 101.

Gladish Learning and Teaching Center Access more than 65 peer tutors that empower you, via individual and/or group sessions, to take charge of your coursework and boost your confidence.

Disability Services At Hanover, we are committed to both the letter and the spirit of the law regarding disability services, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973. We believe that all members of our student body deserve equal access to our vibrant intellectual community, both inside and outside the classroom. Through our disability services program, we work one-on-one with students, their families, faculty, and staff to develop reasonable and effective accommodations that assist the student and protect the integrity of the academic program.

“Being a student mentor for Hanover 101 has been incredible for me. This program helped many new students coming into Hanover acclimate to the campus environment and establish themselves within our community. It inspired me going into my junior year and allowed me to deeply invest in the Hanover community.�

John Dunn ’16

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internships for valuable professional experience

Internships by Category with Major

Arts

Marketing/market research

Artistic Designs by Teresa — COM Kentucky Shakespeare Festival — ENG Pig Iron Company — THR Western Design Conference / Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce — ARTH

The Athenaeum — HIS Batesville Casket — ECO Brandimage — COM Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce — COM Cook Medical — CHE Cummins — ECO ExactTarget — COM Frazier Historical Museum — Art Medivators — IS South Florida Museum — COM Sun King — CHE Answers & Insights Market Research — ECO Wiers — PIS

Education Camp Akeela — EDU Indianapolis Children’s Museum — HIS MacGregor Ranch — HIS NCORE – National Conference for Race and Ethnicity in American Higher Education — PIS Sidwell Friends School — COM

FINANCE/Financial Services Applied Behavior Center for Autism — PSY Bedel Financial Consulting, Inc. — ECO Captive Finance Solution — ECO Hilliard Lyons — COM MainSource Bank — THS Nitro Fitness — COM Northwestern Mutual Financial — HMS Pearl Street Ventures — ECO/MAT Perella Weinberg Partners — SOC Summit Equestrian Center — MUS Survival Fitness — COM The Indianapolis Children’s Museum — EDU Transom Financial — SPA

Health Care Administration Dignity Health — ECO Peyton Manning Children’s Hospital — PSY St. Vincent Hospital Foundation — KIP San Jorge Children’s Hospital — SPA The Seton Foundation — KIP Sullivan Community Hospital — COM

Human Resources Flashpoint — COM Hillenbrand Corporation — MAT Millennium Pharmacy Systems, Inc. — PSY

IT/data services/lOgistics Bell Techlogix — CS Interactive Intelligence — CS

Legal Indiana Department of Insurance — PIS Indiana State Medical Association — ECO U.S. Secret Service — SOC Volunteer Lawyers Project for the Poor Foundation — PIS

Management Hylant — MAT Skanska — ECO Verizon Corporate — COM

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Media Clear Channel Communications — COM Cox Media Group — ECO Cumulus Radio — COM WFYI Public Media — COM WISH-TV — COM WNDE 1260 Radio — COM WTVQ-TV — PSY

Medicine Accelerated Rehab — KIP Atrium Medical Rehabilitation Center — KIP Children’s Orthopedics of Louisville — CHE Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center — ENG Community Rehab and Sports Medicine — KIP Midwest Orthotic Services — KIP Progressive Physical Therapy — KIP

Natural Resources Education/Environment Army Corps of Engineers — CHE Foodchain — GEO Ghost Ranch — PHI WeFarm America — ECO

Psychology Children’s Resource Group — PSY Madison Juvenile Correction Facility — PSY Meridian Psychological Associates — PSY Riley Children’s Foundation/Camp Riley — PSY, KIP

Sales Alkermes — CHE Frito Lay — COM Mountville Mills — ECO OneSource Water — COM

Science/Scientific research Eli Lilly — CHE Ghost Ranch — ENV Imi South, LLC — GEO National Museum of Health — BIO South Florida Museum — BIO

1. Cami Trachtman ’17

Carmel, Indiana Major: Political Science, Minor: Communication Internship: IU Health at Methodist Hospital, Indianapolis, Indiana

2. Enrico Franchini ’17

Sao Paulo, Brazil Majors: Economics and Spanish Internship: Probo Medical, Fishers, Indiana

3. Molly McCurdy ’17

Carmel, Indiana Major: Communication, Minor: Sociology Internship: Indiana State Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana

4. Evan Miller ’17

Crawfordsville, Indiana Major: Computer Science, Minor: Design Internship: Duggan Library Archives Hanover College, Hanover, Indiana

5. John Marvel ’17

Connersville, Indiana Major: Communication Internship: Mothers Grilled Wings Venture Out Business Center, Madison, Indiana

6. Abdul Mohamood ’16

Louisville, Kentucky Major: International Studies Internship: Water With Blessings, Louisville, Kentucky

7. Adam Goepfrich ’17

Jasper, Indiana Major: Communication Internship: Springbuk Analytics, Indianapolis, Indiana

8. Elizabeth Sherman ’17

Louisville, Kentucky Major: Sociology Internship: Judge Erica Lee Williams - Hall of Justice, Louisville, Kentucky

62% of 2015 Hanover graduates participated in an internship.

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Off-Campus Study

academics

after hanover. . .

Hanover’s study-abroad programs accommodate the needs and interests of all majors, including the sciences, music, theatre and art. Each institution maintains rigorous academic standards, offers a variety of course choices and provides a safe environment with comprehensive student-life support. English-language programs are available at 14 of Hanover’s 18 overseas destinations. Classes in France, Germany, Mexico and Spain are taught in native languages. Courses taught in Spanish are also available in Chile, Costa Rica, and Cuba. All grades and credits transfer toward a student’s degree. Hanover financial aid applies to all of the programs.

semester-long Africa Ghana University of Ghana South Africa Stellenbosch University

Richter Grant Accra, Ghana Stellenbosch, South Africa

Asia China Southwest University for Nationalities India Christ University Korea Yonsei University Thailand Chiang Mai University

Chengdu, China Bangalore, India Seoul, South Korea Chiang Mai, Thailand

Australia Australia University of Wollongong New South Wales, Australia Europe Belgium University of Leuven Flanders, Belgium Norway University of Oslo Oslo, Norway Sweden Linnaeus University Växjö/Kalmar, Sweden Turkey Bogaziçi University Istanbul, Turkey Latin America Chile Universidad Andrés Bello Costa Rica Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica Cuba Universidad de San Gerónimo

Santiago, Chile Heredia, Costa Rica La Habana, Cuba (summer only)

Foreign Language Programs France Université François Rabelais Tours, France Germany Philipps Universität Marburg, Germany Mexico Universidad del Valle de Atemajac Guadalajara, Mexico Spain Universidad de Castilla-La Mancha Ciudad Real, Spain

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The Amazon — Global Climate Change Africa — Tribal Art Japan — Consumer Marketing Jordan — Women in the Workforce Puerto Rico — Healthcare

may term Belgium — ECO Ecuador — SPA Egypt — ANTH, CLA, ECO England – ENG, THR Germany — ART, GER, HIS Ireland — COM, ENG, HIS Italy — ART, ENG, HIS, MAT, THS Mexico — SPA New Mexico — GEO New York, NY — BSP, PLS Spain — ART, SPA Taiwan — ARTH, ANTH, SOC Turkey — CLA Vietnam — ART, HIS Washington D.C. — CHE, ECO

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Cross-cultural education for a diverse world

Templeton scholarship (full-tuition) The Benjamin Templeton Scholarship honors students with outstanding academic records who have worked to build strong high school communities by bridging gaps among economically, socially and racially diverse groups. Templeton Scholars will have demonstrated significant interest in issues of diversity education, human rights and social justice.

Our population truly spans the globe. That being said, our diversity goes deeper than students from multiple continents. Our Office of Multicultural Affairs exists to provide education, support and advocacy for both our international students and our students of color. Its very own cross-cultural board of faculty and student representation meets monthly to encourage co-programming among our diverse groups, inspiring celebrations like the International Banquet.

LGBTQ+ Center The LGBTQ+ Center works to strengthen and sustain an inclusive campus community at Hanover College. The Center welcomes people of all sexual orientations, gender identities, and gender expressions through support, educational resources, and advocacy. The Center works in partnership with other diversity efforts on campus and is supported by Love Out Loud and the Office of Multicultural Affairs.

Hanover’s large selection of extra-curricular clubs guarantees that students will find a cohort that suits their individuality and that will inspire them with another perspective. A sampling of our clubs: • International Club • Kaliedescope • Love Out Loud

• Interfaith Council • Sister to Sister • People for Peace

• Social Justice for Palestine • Feminist Club

• MLK Marade • Freedom to Marry • Safe Zone Training • W. Kamau Bell • Lacey Green

• Vagina Monologues • Sister Simone Campbell • Buddhist Monk • Taste of the world • international fashion show

Speakers and Special Events: • Capoeira Group • International Banquet • Chinese Spring Festival • Diwali • Disable This!

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% Students Of color – 14.6%

% International – 6%

Countries Represented – Australia, Bangladesh, Brazil, Chile, China, Costa Rica, Denmark, France, Georgia, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Mexico, Myanmar, New Zealand, Nigeria, Rwanda, Spain, Vietnam

hanover.edu/diversity

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Arts & Culture What to do tonight? Well, that is rarely a problem at Hanover. Between the student-led Campus Activities Board (CAB), The Hanover Enrichment Series, student clubs and organizations, and the Hanover theatre and music departments, there is always something happening on campus. Below is just a sampling of the activities that have occurred on campus recently with a couple of coming attractions for good measure.

• “70 Scenes of Halloween” • Another Round – Indiana University Acapella Ensemble • Bill Nye • Bryce Vine • The Buried Life • “Harvest” • “The Importance of Being Earnest” • John Dean – Watergate, Vietnam and the Nixon Defense • “La Triviata” – Kentucky Opera • The Lonely Biscuits

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• “Messiah” • Paul James • R.J. Mitte • “The People, Yes” • Sage the Gemini • Sal Vulcano • Second City • Shanren • Sweet Honey in the Rock • Woody Harrelson • “Zastrozzi”

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athletics Pop quiz! Who holds the all-time NCAA record for most receptions in a game? Jerry Rice? Not anymore. Try Daniel Passafiume, Hanover College class of 2013. To say Hanover’s scholar athletes excel on and off the field is an understatement.

Men’s

• Baseball • Basketball • Cross Country • Football • Golf • Lacrosse • Soccer • Tennis • Track & Field

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WOMen’s

• Basketball • Cross Country • Golf • Lacrosse • Soccer • Softball • Tennis • Track & Field • Volleyball

28 HCAC regular season and tournament championships in the last 5 years

Program History

• Member of the Heartland Collegiate Athletic Conference • 49 total national tournament appearances, including four during the 2015-2016 seasons • 140 total conference championships, including five in 2015-2016 • 105 athletic All-Americans • More than one-third of our students are NCAA Division III athletes • Five consecutive HCAC Women’s All-sports titles • Hosted NCAA III national cross country championships in 2003, 2008 and 2013

hanover.edu/athletics

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The Wild Mushroom was recognized by PETA for providing exceptional vegan food.

campus housing From theme houses focused on different majors or interests to a suite environment where students collaborate to run their own house, Hanover has room for everyone.

Dormitory Style (Singles and Doubles) • Blythe Hall • Crowe Hall • Coulter House • Donner Hall • Ide Hall • Katharine Parker Hall • Wiley Hall Suite Style • Crowe Hall • Lynn Hall • Ogle Center

campus dining

Theme Houses • File House • Young House

Nobody thinks well on an empty stomach. And, since you’re here to create the next big idea or discover the next greatest thing, we have to make sure you’re well-nourished with healthy brain food that tastes good, too.

Fraternity/Sorority House • Alpha Delta Pi • Chi Omega • Kappa Alpha Theta • Lambda Chi Alpha • Phi Delta Theta • Phi Gamma Delta • Phi Mu • Sigma Chi

Papa John’s

The Wild Mushroom

Better ingredients, better pizza. Enough said.

Want fresh? Visit our selection of soups, fresh cut fruit, and a salad bar.

Apartment Style • Greenwood Suites Director of Campus Safety, Jim Hickerson, ’78, served with the Indiana State Police for 32 years, completing his career there as a commander in the southern Indiana area. Jim gets to know most students because he lives on campus with his family. How safe is Hanover’s campus? Take a look: Clery Report: ope.ed.gov/security

Check out our options:

Simply To Go “Simply to Go” for a food fix in a hurry. Grab a sandwich, salad or dessert and go!

The Coffee Shop at Withrow

Bella Trattoria Crave Italiano? Indulge in brick oven pizzas, pasta and breadsticks.

We get it. You need your morning coffee. The coffee shop is centrally located, so it’s on your way everywhere.

Basic Kneads

The Shoebox

Magellan’s

How many colleges have a sports bar on campus? Not many. Enjoy karaoke and a burger, wings or shake.

International foods prepared right in front of you.

Mindful Mindful menu items focus on transparency of ingredients, delicious food, satisfying portions and clarity in message so that a healthier lifestyle becomes an easy choice.

Create your own sandwich and add a dessert or ice cream.

Flame The perfect burger is grilled daily along with chicken sandwiches and fries.

360 Watch your entrée being created at this made-to-order station.

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madison, indiana

Your college town is home to world-class music and art festivals, the Madison Regatta, and was recently named one of America’s best communities. Downtown, you’ll find unique shops and restaurants and on the hilltop you can find everything else you need. Here’s our list of the best of Madison:

Best Mexican cuisine – Tapatio’s

Best FroYo – Red Peppermint

Best BBQ – Smokin’ Crowes

Best pizza delivery – Jendy’s

Best sandwich – Downtowner

Best music hall – Red Bicycle

Best window shopping – Blush on Main Best outdoor exploring – Clifty Falls Best food truck – Taco Truck Los Amigos

Best burger – Broadway

Best festival – Chautauqua of the Arts

Best milkshake – Hinkle’s

Best dine-in pizza – Red Pepperoni

Best coffee – The Red Roaster

Best fine dining – Crystal & Jules

Best sweets – Cocoa Safari

Best sushi – Yamato

Best breakfast – The Attic

Best wings – Boneyard Grill

Best bakery – Horst’s

Best Asian cuisine – Hong Kong Kitchen

hanover.edu

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admission requirements

PROFILE OF CLASS

Hanover College employs a holistic, need-blind approach to admission. Candidates must submit:

Student Body Composition in 2015 Total enrollment — 1,145 Men — 482 Women — 663 Multicultural enrollment — 188 African-American — 55 Asian — 16 Hispanic/Latino — 26 American Indian/ Alaska Native — 7 Multicultural — 21 International — 63 Student Origin: 24 states and 25 countries Graduates completing in four years — 96% Greek-life enrollment — 422

1. The Hanover College Application for Admission (hanover.edu/apply) or the Common Application (commonapp.org) 2. A high school transcript 3. Standardized test scores from either the SAT-I or SAT Redesigned (school code: 1290) or ACT (school code:1200) Candidates have the option to submit: 1. Recommendation from high school guidance counselor or other school official 2. An essay, personal statement, and/or graded high school writing sample 3. Resume or list of activities Admitted candidates will have demonstrated: 1.

Success in a college preparatory curriculum (AP

2. Consistent attendance

and IB courses preferred when available)

3. Meaningful dedication to a cause, group,

• English — four years

organization or work outside of class

• Foreign Language — two years

4. Proficiency in writing

• Mathematics — two years (including Algebra II) • Science — three years • Social Studies — three years • Visual or Performing Arts — one year

enrollment timetable Apply for Admission to Hanover College

Early Action I (non-binding) — October 15 Early Action II (non-binding) — December 1 Regular Admission Deadline — March 1

Notification of Admission Decision

Early Action I — November 15 Early Action II — January 1 Regular Admission — March 15

File Application for Federal Student Aid

List Hanover College (School Code: 001801) FAFSA should be filed after October 1 and before March 10 — fafsa.gov

Full Financial Aid Award Letter

Hanover will begin mailing award letters by Dec. 1, 2016 for all students admitted by the Early Action I Deadline with a completed FAFSA

Enrollment Deposit

Submit $300 deposit by May 1

Academic Programs 33 majors offered in the liberal arts plus a design-your-own major

Top Programs: Business Scholars Program Psychology Biology Communication English History Sociology Economics Political Science Kinesiology & Integrative Physiology Mathematics

Faculty Total faculty — 104 With terminal degree — 101 Multicultural — 9 Men — 57 Women — 47 Student/Faculty ratio — 11:1 Average class size — 14 Largest class on campus — 43 Approximately 35 percent of faculty and staff live on campus, allowing for a unique sense of community.

Graduating Class of 2019 Profile Number applied — 3,439 Number admitted — 2,092 (61%) Number enrolled — 323 SAT score — middle 50%                980 — 1190* ACT score — middle 50%                 22 — 28 Average GPA — 3.52 Percent in top tenth of class — 26% Percent in top quarter of class — 61% *Comprised of critical reading and math component only

National Recognition Hanover College is Ranked #75 in the 2017 ETC College Rankings Index

hanover.edu/apply

Hanover Accreditations Hanover is accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary Schools. Hanover’s Teacher Certification Hanover’s Teacher Certification Program is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education and the Indiana Professional Standards Board.

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98% of hanover students receive financial aid

admission level merit scholarships

Enrolled Students by family Adjusted Gross Income

Award Name

Eligibilty

Amount

Parker Scholarship

Admission and 3.9 GPA, plus 1270 SAT - New, 1200 SAT - Old or 26 ACT

$92,000 scholarship $23,000 per year

Hendricks Scholarship

Admission and 3.7 GPA, plus 1170 SAT - New, 1100 SAT - Old or 24 ACT

$84,000 scholarship $21,000 per year

Blythe Scholarship

Admission and 3.4 GPA, plus 1080 SAT - New, 1000 SAT - Old or 22 ACT

$76,000 scholarship $19,000 per year

Donner Scholarship

Admission and 3.0 GPA, plus 1080 SAT - New, 1000 SAT - Old or 22 ACT

$68,000 scholarship $17,000 per year

Total merit aid awarded to admitted students in 2015-2016: $13,230,790 Total need-based aid awarded to admitted students in 2015-2016: $3,527,830 Total institutional aid awarded to enrolled students 2015-2016: $22,577,769 Students receiving financial aid: 98%

competitive level merit scholarships COSTS 2016-2017 costs to attend Hanover College Tuition — $34,744 Fees — $770 Room — $5,400 Board — $5,450 Orientation Fee — $350 (Students Entering Fall 2016 only) Comprehensive total — $46,714

Additional Estimated Expenses Books and Supplies — $1,200 Miscellaneous Expenses — $900 Transportation — $600 Laundry Fee — $53

Award Name

For Consideration

Amount

Application Requirements

Deadline

Benjamin Templeton Scholars

Exceptional students who have participated in or led programs that promote social justice, human rights and diversity education for race, gender, religion, ability, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin

Full-tuition renewable

Admission

December 1

Crowe Scholars

Top applicants in Natural Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences, Arts and Letters, and Undecided majors

$5,000 renewable scholarship in addition to admission level scholarship

Admission

Net price calculator and billing estimator can be found at hanover.edu/financialaid

Required: Completed Templeton Scholar application, 500-word essay, one letter of recommendation, detailed résumé

Recommended: Detailed résumé highlighting accomplishments in one’s academic area of interest, additional letters of recommendation

Session I October 15 Session II December 1

loan default rate

average indebtedness

Hanover College — 4.1%

Hanover College — $28,526

National Average — 11.8%

National Average — $28,950

A college’s default rate represents the percentage of recent gradutes unable to repay federal loan obligations three years after graduation.

Average loan indebtedness represents the cumulative undergraduate borrowing across all student loan types.

Percentage of students who borrow — 76%

interest rates Federal Direct Loan — 3.76% Federal Direct PLUS Loan — 6.31%

Personal Fullfillment 95% rated their experience at good to excellent. 91% said Hanover lived up to their expectations. 93% were satisfied with their education.

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