NWU Planning for August Classes

We assure you that we’re doing everything we can to welcome your student to campus in August. Face-to-face classes and activities are central to a Nebraska Wesleyan education, and our mission and core values are best showcased when we are personally together.

Nebraska Wesleyan is working closely with the Lincoln Mayor’s Office and with the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department. We’ve also formed three task forces of faculty, staff and students who are working tirelessly to develop scenarios and protocols for the university. They’re examining academic areas and student experiences including residence halls, athletics, Greek life, dining and more, to prepare wisely for students’ arrival.

It’s essential that we keep you—and our entire campus community—up-to-date on our ongoing discussions and decisions. We’ll communicate with our students and families throughout the summer, so please continue to watch your email.

The health and safety of P-Wolf Nation remains our ultimate priority as we do everything we can to see students on campus, working in classes, eating in the dining hall, performing on the stage and playing sports.