Read about the five new Board of Trustees members that Wesley welcomed recently.
The Wesley College community mourns the loss of Board of Trustee member Jane Mattern who passed away on Sept. 18 after a long battle with cancer.
Read about what various members of the Wesley faculty have achieved recently.
Wesley field hockey coach Tracey Short recently celebrated 20 years with the program.
Utilizing “best practices” in higher education research, the Offices of Academic Affairs and Student Affairs collaborated to create a new residential and academic program for first-year students at Wesley College: the Living Learning Community Program (LLCs), in which students who share a common interest or academic pursuit live together.
Wesley’s international presence on campus and abroad has increased exponentially in the last two years. The program has grown from a few foreign students on campus to the current enrollment of 21 international scholars working toward undergraduate as well as graduate degrees.
Expansion of the graduate programs will include a Master of Arts in Sport Leadership (MA-SL) starting in January 2014. This new program is the first completely online offering for the college.
Wesley College’s 2009–2014 Strategic Plan called for a thorough review of its 20-year-old core curriculum and the creation of a new revitalized core. To accomplish this, Wesley decided to involve the entire faculty.
Read about various accomplishments of Wesley faculty.
Two longtime Wesley College Board of Trustees were honored as they retired from service on May 10. Ann L. Burton (23 years) and Rev. Dr. James T. Seymour (14 years) were each named Trustee Emeritus for their dedication and commitment to the College.