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NWU President Fred Ohles and SCC President Paul Illich announce a new partnership, SCC to NWU Pathways Scholarship Program, which provides scholarships to SCC students who transfer to NWU's traditional undergraduate program or accelerated degree completio

New Pathways Scholarship Supports SCC Students

Nebraska Wesleyan University is partnering with Southeast Community College to open more doors to bachelor’s degree completion.

On Tuesday, October 10, Nebraska Wesleyan University President Fred Ohles and Southeast Community College President Paul Illich signed a formal agreement for the NWU Pathways Scholarship Program.

Program Supports Students for Success in STEM

Five years ago Nebraska Wesleyan University was awarded a grant from the National Science Foundation to help increase its efforts in recruiting and matriculating minority students in the science, technology, engineering and math fields.

Beyond Four Walls: Professors Find Creative Ways to Take Class Beyond the Classroom

Classes aren’t confined to four campus walls.

Seniors Gain Teaching Experience in Ireland Classrooms

Four Nebraska Wesleyan University education majors are wrapping up a two-month teaching experience that will leave them with a lifetime of memories.

Cindy Marolf

Marolf Named Inaugural Recipient of Hsu Biology Faculty Teaching Award

Cindy Marolf’s advanced anatomy and physiology class was anything but typical on December 9.

Thirty-Eight Inducted into New Huge Society

Thirty-eight Nebraska Wesleyan University students and alumni were inducted into the Huge Society on October 25.

No Major, No Problem: New Integrative Studies Major Gives Students Opportunity to Design Own Career Path

It’s not uncommon for some new students to have little idea about what they want to study in college. Others come already knowing their exact career path. And some think they know until a new class or experience piques their interest and turns them down a new academic path.

NWU Adds Women's Bowling to Athletics Program

Nebraska Wesleyan University announced October 7 that women's bowling will be added as a sport beginning in the 2016-17 school year.
 

New Skills Lab Provides Realistic Environment for Nursing Students

On the eve before their new academic year, 18 Nebraska Wesleyan University students took a walk down the halls of the Olin Hall of Science basement until they came upon a bright white light.

Nebraska Wesleyan Named a Top National Liberal Arts University

U.S. News & World Report has again named Nebraska Wesleyan University a top national liberal arts university.

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