Major Changes come to the Department of English and Foreign Languages

Changes are coming to the Waynesburg University Department of English and Foreign Languages for the 2024-2025 school year in the wake of revisions to the general education curriculum. University Provost, Dana Cook Baer, said that the changes to the general education curriculum have been in the planning stage for about seven years among committee meetings, … Continue reading

Entrepreneurial Leadership: Sadie Mink

Sadie Mink’s senior year of high school was cut short due to the beginning of the COVID pandemic. So when she was already behind the eight-ball in the college admissions process, Waynesburg wasn’t necessarily on her radar. But thanks to a friend at church, Mink ended up at Waynesburg University in the fall of 2020.  … Continue reading

Waynesburg University’s RN-to-BSN program ranked best in PA

Waynesburg University’s RN-to-BSN [Registered Nurse to Bachelor of Science in Nursing] program has been ranked as the best in the state of Pennsylvania for 2024 by When speaking about the ranking, the website stated, “Tailored for working nurses, the program combines flexibility with academic rigor, preparing students for leadership roles in nursing. With experienced … Continue reading

Forensic Investigation: Mia Baranowski

Like hundreds of others in May, Mia Baranowski will be walking to receive her college degree, and her time as an undergraduate at Waynesburg University will come to a close. Considering that Baranowski’s journey began nowhere near the world of chemistry and forensic investigation, it raises the question of what caused such a sudden change. … Continue reading

Environmental Studies: Elaina King-Bryce

Elaina King-Bryce, a senior environmental studies major at Waynesburg University, will walk the graduation stage this upcoming May. From Bethel Park, she was intrigued by the University’s Marine Biology program, a passion she had from a young age.  When she was young, she started learning a lot about the environment and the lack of protection … Continue reading

WU Online Counseling Program receives accreditation

The Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) has accredited Waynesburg University’s online counseling program. “Our in-person masters of arts and counseling program and Ph.D. program has been accredited for years,” Director of the Graduate Counseling Programs Dr. Devon Bowser said. “We had to show them that we’re meeting high standards for … Continue reading

Biomedical Science: Benjamin White

Benjamin White, a senior Biomedical Science major and member of the Waynesburg University soccer team, has left a lasting impression on the Waynesburg University campus among his teachers and teammates.  White came in as a freshman during the height of COVID-19, making it hard for him to find community at first due to everyone separated … Continue reading

Psychology: Alicia Zottola

Waynesburg University Senior Alicia Zottola thought her whole life that she was going to be an english teacher, but a month prior to her coming to Waynesburg, she found her true passion. “Covid happened, and I realized I wanted to help people on a deeper level,” Zottola said. “I changed my major to psychology.” Zottola … Continue reading