Waynesburg adds new faculty and staff members

This year, Waynesburg University welcomed three new faculty members and one new staff member to the university. Another previous faculty member has also been welcomed into a new role. Paula Sexton, after receiving a master’s degree in nursing with a focus in education earlier this year, took a position as an instructor of nursing at … Continue reading

Students receive national journalism award

Once a year, hundreds of journalists gather in a city somewhere in the United States to network, discuss trends in the field and learn from one another. The Excellence in Journalism Conference (EIJ) is the largest journalism event in America, and this year, two journalism students from Waynesburg University were able to attend. Mattie Winowith … Continue reading

University receives high-ranking award

Waynesburg University recently ranked in the top 7% of MONEY Magazine’s 2017-18 “Best Colleges for your Money” ranking list. Out of 2,400 colleges that were originally considered, 711 made it to the final ranking. Waynesburg came in at number 170, making it the tenth highest ranking university in Pennsylvania. “This award speaks volumes on the … Continue reading

University gains new partnership with A.W. Beattie

On Thursday, Sept. 7, Waynesburg University signed an articulation agreement with A.W. Beattie Career Center, agreeing that students from A.W. Beattie can now transfer six credits to the university. For the time being, the credits can only go toward the education department, but a relationship between the schools will lead to the possible addition of … Continue reading

Waynesburg students aim to serve Hurricane Harvey relief effort

Hurricane Harvey, a category three hurricane, hit Houston, Texas on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017. Some Waynesburg University alumni were impacted, including a Board of Trustees member. Waynesburg’s faculty and staff immediately responded to this natural disaster by searching for a way to help. Kelley Hardie, assistant dean of student services, has been working with students … Continue reading

University hosts Graduation April 30

The diplomas are in place and the caps and gowns have all been distributed. On April 30, 527 graduates will walk across the stage during Waynesburg University’s 166th commencement ceremony.  Of those 527, there are 368 main campus undergraduates, 155 graduate program students and four students earning their Ph.D.s. Of the 368 undergraduate seniors, 258 … Continue reading

Princeton professor emeritus to speak at Baccalaureate service

At a baccalaureate service, usually held around the same time as a graduation, a ser-mon is given to honor the graduating class. This year, Waynesburg’s Baccalaureate and Commencement exer-cises will be held April 30, and the Baccalaureate service will center around the Rev. Dr. Daniel Migliore, the Charles Hodge professor emeritus at Princeton Theological Semi-nary, … Continue reading

Class of 2017 raises funds to create WU signage on campus

Committee aims to leave lasting legacy for seniors

As the Class of 2017 has been preparing to end their Waynesburg University careers, the Senior Gift Committee has been working to find a tangible gift to leave a legacy for the class. This year’s senior gift to the university is “Waynesburg University” signage, to be placed at a location still undetermined. The sign proclaiming … Continue reading