Healthcare professionals are on the front lines of the COVID-19 crisis. Throughout social media, we see both the praise of these professionals, as well as their own heartfelt pleas for people to exercise caution to help stop the spread of the virus. Tennessee Wesleyan faculty and students, past and present, are a part of this … Continue reading "TWU Nursing Amidst the COVID-19 Crisis"
You’re new at school. Maybe you’re a freshman, arriving on the heels of graduation, or a transfer student looking to make the most of a few remaining semesters. Either way, transition is tough sometimes, particularly in a new academic environment. Enter the Student Success Team. The staff of the Mosher Success Center at Tennessee Wesleyan … Continue reading "Garrett and Max: A Student Success Story"
The mainstream growth of the esports industry has captured the attention of collegiate athletics programs across the country. With more than 170 schools registered as members of the National Association of Collegiate Esports (NACE), it’s quickly becoming a highly sought-after program at colleges and universities. “Being able to create relevant programs for future students is … Continue reading "University set to add esports to Bulldog athletics"
Visit the dedicated COVID-19 webpage, which provides information on campus services, offices, and more. Update: March 23, 2020 In compliance with Executive Order 17 from Gov. Lee and in our best effort to combat the spread of the novel coronavirus, Tennessee Wesleyan will be practicing several new safety precautions. In addition to our classes moving … Continue reading "University provides statement on Coronavirus (COVID-19)"
The Athens community and friends of Tennessee Wesleyan are invited to join the University for an open house at Miller Hall, the newly renovated home of the Dental Hygiene program and clinic. The event, which will be held March 10 from 4-6 p.m., will provide multiple ways to learn about the new facility, including tours … Continue reading "Dental Hygiene Open House Scheduled for March 10"
The story has been told, but it bears repeating…the Hardaway family has paved the way for African American students at Tennessee Wesleyan University. What you may not know is that they continue to be involved in connecting the school with black students, past and present. The late Gatha Hardaway Smith came to TWU in the … Continue reading "TWU Board Member Connecting Past and Present"
Military Friendly® released their 2020-21 list of Military Friendly schools, again naming Tennessee Wesleyan University to its annual recognition. Now in its 10th year, the Military Friendly® Schools list has come to set the standard for higher education institutions to provide the best opportunities for veterans and their spouses. The Military Friendly® Schools list is … Continue reading "TWU Again Receives Military Friendly® Distinction"
Tennessee Wesleyan welcomes a new Chaplain in the 2020 Spring term, as Rev. Skip White has joined the Bulldog family to lead campus spiritual life. Rev. White was appointed as Senior Pastor of Trinity United Methodist Church, directly adjacent to the TWU campus, this past July and immediately began fostering relationships with the nearby TWU … Continue reading "TWU Welcomes Skip White as New Chaplain"
The TWU Athens campus welcomed Rod Cate for a special visit and talk, last week, centered around his book, Get Back Up. Cate suffered a devastating football injury as a sophomore in high school, leaving him paralyzed from the neck down. Now, in the midst of a successful law career, and with a wife and … Continue reading "Rod Cate Delivers Inspirational Message: Get Back Up"
The TWU Study Abroad Office, in conjunction with Trinity United Methodist Church (UMC) and the City of Athens’ Sister Cities Committee, recently launched Worldwide Wesleyan, an initiative to connect international and domestic students on campus and in the Athens community. Worldwide Wesleyan’s next meeting will be held February 20 at 3 p.m. in the sanctuary … Continue reading "Worldwide Wesleyan hosting Japanese Outreach Initiative"