Waynesburg University Graduate Programs granted accreditation

The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP) has granted accreditation to several of Waynesburg University’s graduate counseling programs.  Among the programs are the Masters of Arts in Counseling with a focus in Addiction Counseling, Master of Arts in Counseling with a focus in Clinical Mental Health Counseling, and the Ph.D. in … Continue reading

Season 14: WU Idol Returns for Round 1

Video courtesy of WCTV, Gwyn Napier Twelve of Waynesburg University’s most talented singers battled it out last Friday night at WU Idol to see who has what it takes to make it to the next round.  The following is a list of the contestants and their performances featuring music before 2000s: Sarah Bloom “My Heart … Continue reading

Student Senate holds elections for freshman class

With a new wave of freshmen starting to get into the swing of things this year comes a new wave of freshman Student Senators at Waynesburg University. The election for the freshman Student Senators was held last week and the results were sent out via an email from Mary Woessner, administrative assistant of student services, … Continue reading

SAB hosts guest artist at Noon Tunes event

Video courtesy of WCTV, Darrion Allensworth Who doesn’t love dinner and a show? In this case, it was lunch, but the Waynesburg University Student Activity Board still had students covered for a meal with entertainment. On Wednesday, Sept 15, the university’s SAB hosted Noon Tunes. The event was originally supposed to be held in Johnson … Continue reading

Stover Scholars present Bill of Rights production

On Sept.17, Waynesburg University’s Stover program celebrated Constitution Day. A federal holiday celebrating the signing of the Constitution. “Two hundred and thirty four years ago today, the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia voted upon and signed the Constitution and sent it out for ratification,” said Dr. Lawrence Stratton, Director of Stover Center for Constitutional Studies.  All … Continue reading

COVID didn’t stop culture

Vira Heinz scholars complete virtual programs

As the world continued to open this past summer, international travel still faced many restrictions. However, these travel limitations did not stop the Vira Heinz scholars from gaining international experience. In November of 2019, then-sophomore students CeCe Fitts, Amanda Latta, Rachel Pellegrino and Emily Schafer, received the Vira Heinz Award. As the four Waynesburg recipients … Continue reading

SAB’s first movie night of the year was on another level

Johnson Commons had over 40 students in attendance for the  first outdoor movie night on Friday, Sept. 3. The movie that was showing was “Jumanji: The Next Level.” Graduate Assistant for Student Activities, Megan McElligott said, “This is one of our better events.” The movie that features stars such as Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Kevin … Continue reading

Keep Waynesburg Well plan to continue in new school year

It is a new semester and with that comes a new approach to the familiar COVID-19 virus. Waynesburg University’s Keep Waynesburg Well plan has laid out exactly what Waynesburg is doing to stop the spread of COVID-19 and its variants on campus. Stacy Brodak, vice president for Institutional Advancement and University Relations, when interviewed wanted … Continue reading