U.S. News & World Report has again named Nebraska Wesleyan University a top national liberal arts university.
New bachelor’s and master’s degrees, a new forward-thinking general education curriculum, a new sport, new facility updates, new faces.
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.
Bill Motzer has been named the Vice President for Enrollment Management at Nebraska Wesleyan University.
Students describe David Gracie as proactive, compassionate, dedicated.
Nebraska Wesleyan University said farewell to five retiring professors at commencement ceremonies on May 17. Combined, the five professors’ tenures reach back further than the university’s history.
Nancy Newman, director of Student Health Services, has been named one of the state's "best nurses."
"When asking ourselves “Why we give” we thought of Nebraska Wesleyan's core values. In particular, two core values inspire us to give back: Liberal Arts and Community.
Over the next couple of months, you will hear from your colleagues about why they give to the Faculty and Staff Campaign.
Former students of LaVerne Rudell surprised their beloved professor with an endowed fund in her name during Nebraska Wesleyan University’s sixth annual Business Summit, held March 7.