Undergraduate Admissions

40 Years: Doc Wyman's Career Marked by Many Milestones

He has taught over 1,000 students to make the most of their voices.

JET Program Will Send Recent Biology Grad to Japan

Andrew Reuss first became interested in Japan as a middle school student.


U.S. News & World Report Names NWU a Top National Liberal Arts College

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


What's New At NWU?

New bachelor’s and master’s degrees, a new forward-thinking general education curriculum, a new sport, new facility updates, new faces.

An Early Start: New Students Perform in First Theatre Production

It’s not unlikely that the students performing in the theatre season opener, “The Wedding Singer,” had a few butterflies on opening night.

National Biology Experiment Connects NWU Students to World’s Science Experts

When Ziomara Jurado and Nick Johnson stepped into their very first college biology class last August, they likely didn’t picture themselves presenting their research to the world’s top science professors just 10 months later.


Twins Selected for Fulbright Summer Institute

Nebraska Wesleyan University junior Matt Schmitt spent part of last summer digging in the dirt.


Three NWU Students Win Fulbright Scholarships

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students and a 2013 NWU graduate have each been awarded Fulbright scholarships to teach internationally next year.


Students Use Spring Break to Explore Cultural Experiences

A group of Nebraska Wesleyan students will experience the rich diversity within the U.S. during an alternate spring break service trip to the nation’s capital March 22-27.

NWU Students Among 1,000 Putting Plans into Action at Clinton Global Initiative University

Four Nebraska Wesleyan University students with a passion for activism were in Arizona March 21-23 attending the Seventh Annual Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU).