News

March 24, 2010
Know the Lotto: NWU’s Housing Lottery System
Nebraska Wesleyan’s housing lottery and selection process begins soon. Here are the things students and parents need to know.
March 16, 2010
Pancake Feed to Raise Funds in Memory of Fallen Fraternity Brothers
In 2006, Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Zeta Psi Fraternity lost two fraternity brothers who both died unexpectedly from heart difficulties.
March 16, 2010
Forensic Science Professor Plays Key Role in Haiti Recovery Efforts
A Nebraska Wesleyan University forensic science professor has returned home after a two-week mission in Haiti where she helped identify Americans who perished in the January 12 earthquake.
March 15, 2010
New Call Center Expands Opportunity to Connect With Alumni
Nebraska Wesleyan is excited about the opportunities its new Phonathon call center will provide.
March 15, 2010
Student Housing Selection Dates to Remember
Important dates to remember for the 2010-2011 housing selection process:
March 15, 2010
Nominations Needed for Student Leaders, Organizations
Nominations are needed for outstanding student organization members and organizations. The following awards will be presented at the annual Student Leadership Reception:
March 15, 2010
National Scholarship Sends Advantage Program Grad to Middle East
Matthew Carlson was on track to earn his bachelor’s degree in business administration through Nebraska Wesleyan’s Advantage Program. The degree would help advance his job as a computer programmer. But along came a communication theory class and suddenly his career plans took an interesting turn.
March 12, 2010
Students Spend Spring Break Learning and Serving
Several Nebraska Wesleyan University students are foregoing a relaxing spring break to volunteer their services and immerse themselves in unfamiliar cultures.
March 11, 2010
Lincoln Advantage Now Offering Evening Social Work Degree
Working adults now have the opportunity to earn a degree in social work at night.
March 11, 2010
National Geographic Photographer to Share Passion For Nature
National Geographic Magazine wildlife photographer and Nebraska-native Joel Sartore will turn his lens on his audience at a Nebraska Wesleyan University lecture where he will sound a warning bell for protecting North America’s most endangered species.