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NWU expands support for your school’s low-income students.

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College-going rates among high school graduates declined across the board this fall, new data from Clearinghouse show. This drop was especially pronounced across low-income and high-poverty high schools and high schools with many Black and Hispanic students.

NWU takes back-to-back ‘Nursing Student of the Year’ awards

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s nursing program has a sterling reputation. And that reputation is growing.

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NWU holds scholarship events that match your students’ academic interests

Attending an event at Nebraska Wesleyan University needs to be on your students’ calendar. That’s because NWU matches scholarship events with students’ academic interests.

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Distinctive academic programs fuel enrollment growth

Back in August, Nebraska Wesleyan University enrolled its largest class in our 131-year history. So how is this recruiting season comparing? Applications and deposits are above last year’s record pace—by quite a bit.

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December 1 deadline for NWU’s full-ride scholarship

Yes, Nebraska Wesleyan’s Huge-NWU Scholarship is a “huge” award. But that’s not how you say it. At NWU, “Huge” rhymes with “you bee,” as in Harry and Reba Huge, the philanthropists who created Nebraska Wesleyan University’s top academic scholarship.

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