Naturalization Ceremony

09/22/2014 - 1:30pm
O'Donnell Auditorium

Witness a naturalization ceremony at NWU as immigrants become U.S. citizens. 

New Students Participate in 20th Lend-A-Hand to Lincoln


New Nebraska Wesleyan University students continued a 20-year tradition on August 23 when they participated in the annual Lend-A-Hand to Lincoln.

What's New At NWU?


New bachelor’s and master’s degrees, a new forward-thinking general education curriculum, a new sport, new facility updates, new faces.

NWU Celebrates New Omaha Location


Approximately 120 faculty, staff, students, alumni and friends of Nebraska Wesleyan University joined President Fred Ohles and Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert on August 12 for a ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating NWU's new Omaha location.

Sexual Misconduct or Violence Policy (Title IX)

Discrimination, misconduct or violence based on sex or gender violates federal Title IX regulations. Nebraska Wesleyan will not tolerate sexual misconduct or violence in any form, including ac

NWU Students Return From Service in Fiji


Members of the student organization Global Service Learning (GSL) had planned for months to travel to Ukraine for an international service trip. Their plans changed in early 2014 when political unrest forced the group to explore other service options.

A Year in Review: Highlights From the 2013-2014 Academic Year


The 2013-2014 academic year was a year of exceeding goals and trying something new. We exceeded our expectations with our 12,500 Hour Service Challenge, our Senior Class Gift, and our Relay for Life fundraiser.

Motzer Named New Vice President for Enrollment Management


Bill Motzer has been named the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Nebraska Wesleyan University.

How To - Order Nametags

NWU employees can order permanent nametags, at a fixed price regardless of quantity, directly from Rixstine Recognition by following this process:

Students Travel to Fiji for Service Projects


Members of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Global Service Learning student organization spent much of their year planning a service trip to Ukraine.