Quad Cities Campus

College of Arts & Sciences, Western Illinois University - Quad Cities

Welcome to the QC Arts & Sciences pages!

Here you will find information about CAS programs offered the Quad Cities (including Biology, English, Liberal Arts & Sciences, and more), faculty who serve the programs, alumni of our programs, student groups, and past and future extracurricular activities. We are a diverse community of learners and scholar–teachers, and we think the combination of affordability, personal attention, and breadth of curriculum available here is second to none.


Eight LAS students in classrooms and with local projects.

(Right to left) BLAS students Bryan Thompson, Jenna Bounds, Jeff Ash, and Joe Brorby celebrating their graduations at the iWireless Center in Moline.

 

Eight LAS students in classrooms and with local projects.

(Left to right) Laura Heasper, Jessie Wagner, Nicole Jarrett, Jenna Bounds, and John Bostrom in a course on women and literature.

 

duck box 

(Left to right) Michael Flores, Caitlen O'Day, Danielle Graff, & Jon Hartley with a duck nesting box they built and installed during a course on literature and ecology.

Eight LAS students in classrooms and with local projects.

Nancy Pham and Eric Schleisman reviewing materials in A & S 195, Introduction to the Liberal Arts & Sciences.

 

shroder

Eric Shroder discusses his research on relationships between bat populations and wind farms at the Butterworth Center in Moline.