Undergraduate Admissions

Hunger Games: Class Takes Firsthand Look at Local Poverty Issues

First year students in Rachel Droogsma’s Liberal Arts Seminar, “The Hunger Games,” are not taking just any introductory college course.


Wilderness Class Impacts Students Academically ... and Psychologically?

For the past five years, dozens of new Nebraska Wesleyan students have begun their collegiate careers by climbing in a university van and driving 700 miles to northeastern Minnesota.


NWU Math Professor Named "Exemplary Teacher"

A Nebraska Wesleyan University math professor has been awarded the “Exemplary Teaching Award.”


NWU Art Faculty Featured in Lux Center Exhibit

The artistic talents of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Art Department are now on display at the Lux Center for the Arts.


Women’s Basketball Team Making NWU History With First International Tour

Missy Franklin. Gabby Douglas. Misty May-Treanor and Kerri Walsh Jennings. Sonya Richards Ross. The U.S. women’s basketball team, soccer team, and water polo team.


Renovated Residence Hall Opens Doors to New Students

Move-in day for new Nebraska Wesleyan University students is typically hot and humid.

Music Professor Honored for Commitment, Inspiration to State's Vocalists

A Nebraska Wesleyan University choir director has been recognized by the Nebraska Choral Directors Association for his commitment to singers and choirs in the state.


Grant Helps Student, Professor Study Link Between Red Wine and Aging

Studies indicate coffee is good for cognitive abilities. So is green tea, dark chocolate, and red wine.


Students Explore History, Culture and Sport of Australia

Australia isn’t just about koala bears and kangaroos as a group of Nebraska Wesleyan University students learned firsthand this summer.


Students Serve Villages in Turkey

Hard work, meaningful lessons, life-changing cultural experiences and new friendships. That’s how members of Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Global Service Learning (GSL) student organization describe their recent experience in Turkey.