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June 2018
 

Events

Jun
1
Friday
New Student Orientation
Great Hall, Smith-Curtis Administration Building

New Student Orientation is an opportunity for new students to meet fellow classmates, attend sessions on campus technology, the Archway Curriculum, and more. Students will then meet with a faculty advisor to build their fall semester schedule. An ice cream social for students and their parents will be available after the advising session.

Students should arrive in Great Hall, located on the main level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building, where they will check in and get their picture taken for their student ID. Check in is from 12:30 to 1 p.m. New Student Orientation will conclude by 5 p.m.  

Jun
5
Tuesday
New Student Orientation
Great Hall, Smith-Curtis Administration Building

New Student Orientation is an opportunity for new students to meet fellow classmates, attend sessions on campus technology, the Archway Curriculum, and more. Students will then meet with a faculty advisor to build their fall semester schedule. An ice cream social for students and their parents will be available after the advising session.

Students should arrive in Great Hall, located on the main level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building, where they will check in and get their picture taken for their student ID. Check in is from 12:30 to 1 p.m. New Student Orientation will conclude by 5 p.m.  

Jun
8
Friday
New Student Orientation
Great Hall, Smith-Curtis Administration Building

New Student Orientation is an opportunity for new students to meet fellow classmates, attend sessions on campus technology, the Archway Curriculum, and more. Students will then meet with a faculty advisor to build their fall semester schedule. A complimentary lunch for students and their parents will be available after the advising session.

Students should arrive in Great Hall, located on the main level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building, where they will check in and get their picture taken for their student ID. Check in is from 8:30 to 9 a.m. New Student Orientation will conclude by 1:30 p.m.  

Jun
15
Friday
NGAL: Network Globally, Act Locally Pitch Competition
McDonald Theatre

Network Globally, Act Locally is an international entrepreneural consortium that includes NWU, the College of Charleston, The Citadel, the University of Tartu and Tallinn University of Technology. NGAL helps students develop the requisite skills to launch startup companies. Student teams from each university spend a week in Estonia working on an existing venture or scalable venture idea. Their ideas are further advanced through an entrepremeurial and cultural education process at the University of Tartu Idea Lab and the Mektory at Tallinn University of Technology. 

With the knowledge and experience acquired in Estonia, student teams travel to Lincoln and continue to develop their product or service before pitching them to a distiguished panel of judges at the pitch competition. 

This year's competition will include two teams from Nebraska Wesleyan University. The competition will be held in McDonald Theatre, located at 51st Street and Huntington Ave. The pitch competition is free and open to the public. 

Jun
22
Friday
Learn, Serve and Earn Scholarship Event
Great Hall, Smith-Curtis Administration Building

Rising high school seniors are invited to join us for a college event like no other! At our Learn, Serve, Earn scholarship event, students will learn how NWU alumni make a difference in their communities, serve the Lincoln community in a big way, see how NWU connects every major to internships, study abroad or service, and introduce your family to current NWU parents and our financial aid experts. Attendees can earn a $4,000 scholarship to NWU. 

RSVP by June 15th and find scholarship details at nebrwesleyan.edu/RSVP-serve