Kentucky Wesleyan College will celebrate Homecoming and Fall Family Weekend 2016 on Sept. 30 – Oct. 2 and will honor seven alumni at the annual Alumni Association Awards Dinner. Click here to register for Homecoming activities online.
U.S. News & World Report released its annual list of college rankings on Tuesday, Sept. 13. Kentucky Wesleyan College’s appearance on three separate lists includes a #13 ranking in the South as a Best Regional College, out-performing all other colleges throughout the Commonwealth. Wesleyan jumped 14 places over last year’s rank of #27.
Students interested in attending Kentucky Wesleyan College are invited to attend Panther Preview Day on Oct. 1, 2016.
On Friday, Sept. 23, Kentucky Wesleyan College celebrated Wesleyan Way Day by participating in activites representing each component of The Wesleyan Way. Honor, Support, Integrity and Love.
The Theatre Workshop of Owensboro and Brescia University in collaboration with Kentucky Wesleyan College present a staged-reading of The Subject by Carolyn Kras. Sept. 24, 2016TWO Empress TheaterDoors 6:00 PMCurtain 7:00 PMFree Admission
President Bart Darrell spoke to the current Leadership Owensboro cohort on Sept. 15 at the Owensboro Chamber of Commerce. He answered the question “What does it mean to be a leader,” with several stories of unlikely individuals who became leaders in their own way.
The Kentucky Wesleyan College Panther Pianists will perform at the Elizabeth Munday Senior Center at 1650 W. Second Street on Thursday, Sept. 29, at 11:30 a.m. This group of college piano students, along with Professor Diane Earle, will perform classical and popular piano solos and duets and take audience requests. The 40-minute program is free…
Kentucky Wesleyan Alumna Emily Harpenau ’11 was recently named “Teacher of the Year” for high school teachers at Daviess County Public Schools in Owensboro. Read the information below to learn more about Emily and this prestigious award.
Click here to read the Sept. edition of the Wesleyan Way newsletter!