Current Undergraduates

Senior Kaycee Greenfield and sophomore Jared McGinn were selected as Nebraska's delegates to College Debate 2016 where they had the opportunity to develop questions for the presidential debates.

NWU Students Help Produce Presidential Debate Questions

Two Nebraska Wesleyan University students will be watching the presidential debates ever so closely.

Not only because they feel college students should be civically engaged, but the questions asked of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will likely have some familiarity.

Homecoming Royalty Crowned

Seniors Katie Krick and Garret Lorenzen have been crowned Nebraska Wesleyan University’s 2016 homecoming queen and king.

They were crowned Thursday, September 22 during the Howl Like Hell pep rally to officially kick off homecoming weekend.

Press Shift: Annual Visions & Ventures Symposium Addresses Technology's Impact

Nebraska Wesleyan University’s Visions & Ventures Symposium is going unplugged.

New Academic Year Brings Another Enrollment Record

Nebraska Wesleyan University has set another enrollment record for new students in 2016-2017.

History Professor Named Faculty Advisor of the Year

Sandra Mathews-Benham, professor of history, has been named the 2015-2016 Faculty Advisor of the Year.

Archway Cafe Summer Hours

The Archway Cafe is open this summer!

Students to Aid Forest Restoration in Thailand

Classes are done for the 2016-2017 academic year but seven Nebraska Wesleyan students are reading and researching all they can about Thailand. The group leaves May 19 for a 13-day service trip. It marks the first time a Nebraska Wesleyan student organization has traveled to Thailand.

Forward Your Summer Mail

To ensure you receive your mail during the summer and beyond if you are graduating, please do the following:

Students Reflect on Flood Cleanup Efforts in South Carolina

The flooding lasted just days in Columbia, South Carolina, last October. But the recovery is far from over.

Severe Weather Protocol

​Spring weather often brings severe weather.

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