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March 12

The SAU Music Department presents a spring recital, "Lessons in Loneliness and Schubert's Winterreise."

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
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March 13

Our Saturday On Campus Visit begins in the Admissions and Welcome Center and includes a campus tour as well as an informative presentation by Admissions and Financial Aid.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
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March 21 - 21

Our Virtual Info Sessions allow future undergraduates to learn about St. Ambrose from wherever you are through an easy Webex video connection.

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Lectures & Film | Events
Changing Climates, from rising seas to societal needs

March 25

Rev. Bud Grant, PhD, Professor of Theology, will be presenting this Wilber Symposium on the Christian tradition and non-violence, "Non-violence and the Environment: Ecocide or Sustenance."

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
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March 26

Following your Mini On Campus Visit with the Admissions Office, join faculty and current business majors who will share what makes studying business at SAU so rewarding and inspiring.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

March 26 - 26

Mini On Campus Visit Days include breakout sessions with admissions counselors, panels with athletics and student activities, and a current student panel.

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For Prospective Undergraduates | Events
admissions event

March 30

Quad Cities Student Visit Night is a chance to know SAU and explore what it means to become a world-changer, a devoted pursuer of truth, poised for the next challenge.

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Academic Calendar | Events
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April 02 - 04

No classes and offices are closed during Easter Break, April 2-4.

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Health Sciences | Events
Changing Climates, from rising seas to societal needs

April 05

Rachel Cleetus from the Climate and Energy Program Union of Concerned Scientists will deliver a Master of Public Health lecture on COVID-19 and implications for climate change.

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