In 2010, Ross Medical Education Center joined Facebook. When December 2011 came around we realized Facebook would be a great way to keep in touch with our students while they were on Holiday break.
Our Fort Wayne campus has been busy this Thanksgiving season collecting shopping bags for the Indiana Manpower Placement and Comprehensive Training (IMPACT) program.
On Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Ross celebrated the grand opening of its fourth Indiana campus. Evansville is the newest addition to the growing Ross community. The exciting event included family fun entertainment with
On Sunday afternoon, in the midst of the recent tornadoes terrorizing much of the midwest, two EF2 tornadoes tore through and devastated Kokomo, Indiana. Although many have described the presence of the tornadoes as
Finally! A Ceremony to Honor Graduates! One of the questions most often asked by students has been, “Why doesn’t Ross have a graduation ceremony?” Now we can finally answer with, we do!
The Granger community is invited to save lives by donating blood. The donation process is simple and safe, and every donation can help save three lives!
This summer, Ross campuses in Madison Heights, Michigan and Granger, Indiana, held blood drives to replenish local supplies. In total, the two campuses collected 38 units of blood. Each unit can save up to 3 lives. That’s a whopping total of 114 potential lives saved!
For the second year in a row, the Fort Wayne campus gathered staff, students and family members to participate in the 2012 Great American Cleanup on May 19.
Ross’s first-ever “Together We Can” campus-wide food drive was a smashing success!
Ross’s new Pharmacy Technician program expands to Fort Wayne.
As a result of collecting 2,710 food items for the first-ever Together We Can food drive, Ross in Fort Wayne took a pie in the face.
Our campuses got creative for Dental Assistants Recognition Week (March 4-10, 2012). See how they did it…
The Fort Wayne campus put a smile on the faces of hospitalized kids for Valentines Day.
We’re Making Strides Against Breast Cancer!
Granger staff and students at Ross recently took up the call to donate blood on behalf of The American Red Cross.
Students and staff at Ross in Fort Wayne, IN recently held a book drive to benefit Kate’s Kart. In just a few weeks, they collected 450 new books for the non-profit organization that supplies free books to hospitalized children. Kate’s Kart was founded in memory of Katherine Layman, who was diagnosed with heart and pulmonary defects shortly after birth and lived …