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This week, on the heels of Tennessee Wesleyan’s record enrollment and retention numbers, U.S. News & World Report released their annual Best Colleges Rankings. Wesleyan performed highly in the 35th edition of the rankings, coming in at #16 for both Regional Colleges South and Best Value Schools. One of three Tennessee schools landing in the top … Continue reading "U.S. News & World Report recognize TWU as top in region"
As campus returned to normal after summer break, there was a noticeable difference for returning students, faculty and staff – it felt just a little fuller. The reason? Record enrollment. 1,142 students (to be exact) fill the dining hall, sidewalks and classrooms for a 12.5 percent increase over fall 2018 enrollment. TWU welcomed more than … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University Experiences Enrollment Increases Across the Board"
Tuesday, April 9, 2019, 200 students, representing eight area high schools and middle schools, participated in the annual Tennessee Math Teachers Association math contest hosted by Tennessee Wesleyan University. Six math contests were scheduled for the Tuesday event: Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry, Statistics, Pre-calculus and Calculus. Students from Athens City Middle, Cleveland Middle, McMinn … Continue reading "University hosts annual TMTA math contest"
Three outstanding alumni will be recognized at the University’s annual Alumni Awards Banquet on Saturday, November 10 during Homecoming celebrations. Current TWU communications students have helped to share their stories to announce the winners. Tennessee Wesleyan University Recognizes Dr. J. Price Foster Dr. J. Price Foster honored with TWU Distinguished Alumni Award at Homecoming 2018 … Continue reading "University recognizes outstanding alumni during annual celebration"
‘Tis the season for our neighborhoods to light up with the warm glow of Christmas decorations and our homes to be filled with loved ones celebrating the many traditions of the season. Well maybe not quite yet, but the Tennessee Wesleyan University campus was filled with the spirit of Christmas as we welcomed Ms. Carol … Continue reading "Aebersold awarded 2018 Distinguished Entrepreneur of the Year"
Friday, Aug. 31 is the first year Tennessee Wesleyan will participate in the national College Colors Day. We encourage the campus community, alumni, family and friends to show your school pride by wearing blue and white, or any bulldog apparel. College Colors Day was established by the Collegiate Licensing Company to promote school spirit before … Continue reading "BE TRUE AND WEAR BLUE on College Colors Day"
Members will help lead accredited institution to accomplish its mission Seven area community and business leaders recently were elected to serve as members of the Tennessee Wesleyan University Board of Trustees. New members are: Patricia Ging, associate dean, TWU education and social sciences (faculty trustee) Robert Goodfriend, entrepreneur and former president, Goody’s Family Clothing Trent … Continue reading "Tennessee Wesleyan University names new trustees"
Tennessee Wesleyan senior positioned to better people’s mental health Antonia Martin knows the nation will recognize May 2018 as Mental Health Month. But the graduating Tennessee Wesleyan University senior also realizes it’s going to take more than 31 days of awareness activities to address the needs of people’s overall health and well-being. This is why … Continue reading "‘I found my passion in social work at TWU’"
For 17 days, elite athletes from around the world come together and compete in some of the most challenging winter sports. The Olympics are always a unique opportunity to bring the world together in the name of friendly competition. As we enter the final days of the 2018 Winter Olympics in Peyongchang, we talked to … Continue reading "TWU students share Olympic predictions"
By Holly Vetter Tennessee Wesleyan’s clubs and organizations are great for a number of reasons. They produce a commonality that can be shared with groups of fellow students and help students develop friendships through common interests. In addition, most of the organizations offer various community service projects to get students involved in the surrounding area, … Continue reading "On the road with Sigma Tau Delta"