Undergraduate Admissions

New Social Entrepreneurship Class Gives Students the Opportunity to Pitch to Angel Investors

On March 6, six Nebraska Wesleyan University students and two professors boarded a plane en route to a classroom in Estonia.

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Construction Underway on Pioneer Hall

Pioneer Hall — a 58-year-old traditional residence hall for first-year students — is undergoing a $2.3 million facelift.

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NWU President Shares Commitment to College Access at White House Summit

Nebraska Wesleyan University President Fred Ohles was invited by the White House on December 4 to discuss action steps that will help more students prepare for and graduate from college.

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Alumna Returns to Direct NWU Theatre Tradition “A Christmas Carol”

Three years ago Leigh Walter was embracing everything about Mrs. Fezziwig, the jolly wife of Mr. Fezziwig in the Charles Dickens story, A Christmas Carol.

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Elder Gallery Exhibit Features High School Talent

Nebraska Wesleyan’s Department of Art will host Bridge December 2-7. High school seniors were invited to submit artwork to be considered for the exhibition. Fifty students were selected for the exhibit.

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

Doc Wyman has taught over 1,000 students to make the most of their voices. Some of those students were biology, physics, psychology and business students looking for the opportunity to further enjoy a musical hobby.

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JET Program Will Send Recent Biology Grad to Japan

Andrew Reuss first became interested in Japan as a middle school student. He continued that interest at Nebraska Wesleyan University, meeting Japanese exchange students, enrolling in Japanese classes, participating in Japanese round table discussions, and writing to a Japanese pen pal.

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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.

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

This year the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Science Education Alliance selected NWU to be an associate member and participant in a national bacteriophages experiment. NWU faculty received special training last summer and implemented the experiment into their introductory biology classes.

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Twins Selected for Fulbright Summer Institute

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

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