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Clubs and organizations work hard during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Thanks to COVID-19, pretty much every aspect of life on campus has taken a hit; from classes to social lives to work and everything in between, everyone has had to…

VWU organizations host Women’s History Month events all March long

March was Women’s History Month and many VWU organizations hosted a number of events to celebrate. From social media pages posting famous women in history of various fields to guest…

Enrollment Office adapts to COVID-related adversities

In spite of hesitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, application and enrollment numbers at Virginia Wesleyan “are looking strong” according to Vice President for Enrollment Heather Campbell. Campbell claims that…

New program builds foundation for first-year students

WesBridge is a new program coming to VWU that allows incoming freshmen to get a head start on their college course load. Participants in the program will take the four-credit…

IT Department seeks to improve technology services

Greg Skinner, Chief Information Officer at Virginia Wesleyan University, is working along with the rest of the IT department to bring a more efficient system and easier access to MyBeacon.…

Construction of DeFord Manor expected to start soon

Construction on DeFord Manor, the newest addition to Virginia Wesleyan’s campus, “is expected to begin any day and be completed by December,” Keith Moore, Vice President for Campus Life and…

VWU recognized as River Star Business by the Elizabeth River Project

Virginia Wesleyan University has been awarded the recognition of Sustained Distinguished Performance River Star Business by the Elizabeth River project. The ERP launched the River Star Business program in 1997…