News

November 8, 2011
NWU Opera Scenes Will Feature Mozart Selections
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s opera program is ready to get wild about classical Mozart.
November 8, 2011
Free Student Tailgate Party On Saturday
All Nebraska Wesleyan University students are invited to a free tailgate party on Saturday, Nov. 12.
November 7, 2011
Huge Foundation Honored With White Award For Internationalization
A Nebraska Wesleyan University graduate and his foundation have been honored with the White Award for Internationalization.
November 7, 2011
Education Professor Named "Exemplary Teacher"
A Nebraska Wesleyan University education professor has been awarded the “Exemplary Teaching Award.”
November 4, 2011
Final Week to See Juried Student Exhibition
Nebraska Wesleyan University’s current Elder Gallery exhibit features the artistic talents of the school’s student body.
November 4, 2011
University to Honor Tony, Bill and Leon With Progressive Lunch
Join Nebraska Wesleyan University's Humanities Division for a progressive lunch honoring the late professors Tony Epp, Bill Kloefkorn, and Leon Satterfield.
November 3, 2011
NWU Sororities Lend A Hand To Campus
Nebraska Wesleyan University sorority members armed themselves with disinfecting wipes, plastic gloves, and garden shovels on a recent cool Saturday morning in a collective effort to lend a helping hand to campus.
November 2, 2011
NWU Offers Transfer Scholarship to College of Saint Mary Students
Nebraska Wesleyan University has announced the availability of its Bridge Transfer Scholarship to students currently enrolled in the College of Saint Mary’s Lincoln program.
October 26, 2011
University Choir to Perform With Munich Symphony
When Nebraska Wesleyan University Choir Director William Wyman received a call this summer inquiring if his vocalists could perform with the Munich Symphony, he — without hesitation — said, yes!
October 24, 2011
NWU Among Founding Members of Nebraska Service-Learning, Civic Engagement Project
Nebraska Wesleyan University is among 12 Nebraska colleges and universities that are founding members of the new Nebraska Campus Compact, an affiliate of a national organization that promotes service-learning and civic engagement among college students.