Some students find jobs before final semester ends

Graduation is now a few days away. Students, who were once freshman on campus, will be graduating in their respective fields and heading into the work force. When it comes to lining up jobs for after graduation, several students in the Waynesburg University Class of 2017 are ahead of the game.Senior sports broadcasting/sports information major … Continue reading

University aims to return incoming class size to 450 students

The incoming class of students for the Fall 2017 semester will be one of the brightest, largest and most fitting to the mission of Waynesburg University, said Shari Payne, vice president of enrollment at Waynesburg. The total combined incoming freshman and transfer students for the incoming class of 2016 was 435 surpassing their initial goal … Continue reading

After test, ITS hears students’ feedback

Uni. plans for campus-wide Wi-Fi in Fall

Waynesburg University is still in the process of trying to install campus-wide Wi-Fi, which is expected to be completed by the beginning of the Fall 2017 semester. However, the process has been multi-faceted and extensive, and for a few days, students living in Willison Hall were asked to turn off their personal wireless internet devices … Continue reading

University remembers freshman

Students share stories, laughs to commemorate their friend

When he wasn’t studying for classes, hanging out in his room or playing video games, Jared Weber was spending his time in the pottery classroom. Day after day he would spend time there. at was place to go when he needed to relax or relieve some stress. On Friday, April 14, Weber passed away in … Continue reading

After Relay, WU fundraising goal falls short

University teams collect $11,495

On Sunday, April 9, 145 students gathered within their Relay for Life teams in Johnson Commons to fundraise $11,495.01 for different causes to help fight cancer. The day, which was largely organized by faculty advisor for Colleges Against Cancer Kelley Hardie, was attended by faculty, students who didn’t participate on teams and community members. The … Continue reading

Leadership Pgh. CEO to address Class of 2017

Speaker plans to present her philosophy of leadership

At this year’s Commencement ceremony on Sunday, April 30, the Waynesburg University Class of 2017 will be addressed by Aradhna Oliphant, president and CEO of Leadership Pittsburgh, Inc. Oliphant, who was born in India, earned degrees from Rutger’s University and Bhopal University and began her career as an adjunct professor in New Jersey and Eastern … Continue reading

Alumni office prepares events for grads

New alumni encouraged to stay in touch with university

On Sunday, April 30, several hundred Waynesburg University students will undergo transition into a new era of their lives. The members of the Class of 2017 will leave behind their status as senior college students and enter the Waynesburg alumni family. Once they enter that community, their primary connection to the university will be through … Continue reading


University prepares for Commencement

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

Students prepare for service trips after end of semester

A few groups of students will be going on service trips for their first two weeks of summer vacation, to places including Guatemala, Detroit, Tuba City, Taiwan and the Dominican Republic. According to Kelley Hardie, assistant dean of Student Services, all students have the opportunity to serve. “Service trips are open to students in every … Continue reading