Convocations Offered Weeky!

As a student at TWU, you will find yourself in a new environment meant to help you develop holistically. At Wesleyan, we promote education through the curriculum in the classrooms as well as the co-curricular opportunities on campus. Convocations serve as co-curricular programs that educate students in life outside of the classroom. The Office of Student Life ensures that all programs are established with professional, social, and educational backgrounds that will expand the worldview of all students. From diversity and inclusion, faculty research, and even career and community engagement, students learn the importance of bringing all their learning experiences together to be better prepared for life after college. Convocations are held every Tuesday at 11 a.m. and are required each semester.

Convocations and Chapel offered every week.

As a student at TWU, you will find yourself in a new environment meant to help you develop holistically. You’ll do that in the classroom, through building community and through convocations or chapel services.

The Office of Student Involvement creates programs to expand your worldview. Through convocations, you’ll hear from speakers who discuss diversity and inclusion, arts and culture, faculty research, career and personal development and community engagement. Convocations are every Tuesday at 11 a.m.

Chapel services are planned and produced by students under the direction of Chaplain Skip White. Skip is also the lead pastor at our neighboring church, Trinity United Methodist Church. This time of worship, also counts towards convocation credit, and will fill your spiritual cup through music and the Word.

Check out one of our recent Convocation events, with Dr. Jack Seitz as he discussed the historical context and origins of the crises in Ukraine:

TWU prepares students with the transformative experience and to be well-rounded leaders who make a positive impact on the world.

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