April Preston was hesitant. Despite her mother and grandmother each attending Tennessee Wesleyan, she had other plans, namely, to attend the University of Tennessee.
On Monday, February 21, Tennessee Wesleyan University President Dr. Harley Knowles was hosted by Dr. John W. Wells, President of Emory & Henry College, in a tuition reciprocity signing ceremony.
The TWU Library welcomes the Ben Dockery Trio, Friday, the latest in the Lawrence Concert Series hosted at the Merner Pfeiffer Library. The free concert will begin at 6pm.
Student Today, Community Member Tomorrow stories look at students and alumni who are impacting the Athens and McMinn County area. Reagan Kelly is a current TWU student who also serves as Director of Children's Ministry at Keith Memorial United Methodist Church.
Daelyn Waldroup, a 2018 graduate, began teaching because of the impact her previous teachers made on her life. She now makes the same impact on her students; this year, she won North City and District Teacher of the Year for Pre-K through fourth grade.
Beginning fall 2022, Tennessee Wesleyan University will offer an Honors Program for traditional, undergraduate students on the Athens campus.
In 2009, Joshua Bolton came to Tennessee Wesleyan on a baseball scholarship and planned to major in pre-med. But in 2011, plans changed when Bolton injured his shoulder by tearing his labrum.
Love Thy Neighbor not only fights hunger in the community but strives to serve the community any way possible.
The Board of Trustees for the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC), voted recently to affirm Tennessee Wesleyan University's 10-year Accreditation Certificate.
Not only does TWU produce outstanding nurses who serve their patients with incredible care, they instill in their students the importance of service to the community. That value has been on display this semester, as a number of TWU nursing students and faculty have given of their time to meet community needs.