Ribbon Cutting For New Omaha Location Set For Aug.12
Nebraska Wesleyan University will cut the ribbon to it's new Omaha location during a special ceremony on Tuesday, August 12.
Students enrolled in Nebraska Wesleyan's adult and graduate programs in Omaha started their classes this summer in the university's new location at 14010 FNB Parkway, just off 140th and Dodge.
Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert will join President Fred Ohles and other special guests for a special ribbon-cutting ceremony, beginning at 5 p.m. on the seventh floor of the building. A reception will follow.
Those interested in attending the ribbon-cutting ceremony are to RSVP by August 1 by calling 402.465.2217 or email Dawn Amory.
Free garage parking will be available at the facility.
Nebraska Wesleyan's Omaha location includes the new MBA program, MSN-MBA joint degree, MSN to MBA Bridge program, as well as programs in business, criminal justice, health science, nursing, organizational communication and social work.
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