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Black History Month – The Wesleyan Way: Shaun Williams ’00

Kentucky Wesleyan graduate Mike Sergent ’73 convinced C. Shaun Williams ’00 that he had a future as a student-athlete at KWC. Both hail from the small eastern Kentucky town of Jenkins (Jenkins High School).  “I chose KWC because it was my best opportunity to receive a great education while playing football, as professed by Steve.…

Black History Month – The Wesleyan Way: Walter Lee ’75

After graduating from Caldwell County High School in Princeton, Ky., in 1971, Walter Lee accepted an athletic scholarship to Kentucky Wesleyan College, where he helped guide the Panthers to two NCAA Division II sports appearances. Walter represented the KWC Panthers in the NCAA National Tennis Tournament in 1975 and was a member of the 1973…

Black History Month – The Wesleyan Way: Darayon Moore ’21

James Rogers, a Kentucky-born, long-time Las Vegas resident, is leaving a legacy through the generosity of the Rogers Foundation. From 2016 through 2023, the Rogers Foundation has helped nearly 100 Las Vegas students attend Kentucky Wesleyan through the KWC Rogers’ Fellow Scholarship. The scholarship covered full tuition, room, board and textbooks, and is renewable for…

Black History Month – The Wesleyan Way: Tory Stanley ’10

Tory Stanley is many things.  He’s a husband, a son, a friend, a Big Brother and a mentor.  He is a diehard Louisville Cardinals fan, a member of Raider Nation, a Chicago Cubs fan, a Lakers faithful and a dog dad to Champ, his five-year-old pit bull.  Tory Stanley is a CPA, a senior manager,…

Kentucky Wesleyan’s Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies earns reaccreditation

The Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies at Kentucky Wesleyan College was granted reaffirmation of specialized business accreditation by the Board of Commissioners of the International Accreditation Council for Business Education (IACBE) at its Dec. 7, 2023, meeting. According to the IACBE, the Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies at KWC demonstrated compliance of its…

Kentucky Wesleyan College and University of Louisville College of Business establish partnership for master of science in accounting and analytics

The Kentucky Wesleyan College Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies and the University of Louisville College of Business have established a significant partnership to offer KWC graduates expedited admission to UofL’s master of science in accounting and analytics (MSAA Pathway Program). The admission elements acknowledge the quality of KWC’s graduates while reducing the cost and…

Meet Vincient Whatley ’22

Vincient Whatley says his first memory of KWC was trees; big, beautiful green trees everywhere. “I was overwhelmed by their beauty,” he recalls. “The fall colors, snow on the limbs in winter and then the unbelievable flowering trees outside the Hahn Building in spring; I enjoy them in every season.” His second memory involves people.…

Kentucky Wesleyan College Unveils Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies

Kentucky Wesleyan College celebrated the dedication and naming of the Terry Woodward Center for Business Studies during a ceremony with the College’s Board of Trustees on Thursday, Feb. 6. A 2019 inductee of the Owensboro Business Hall of Fame, Woodward has been an influential leader in the Owensboro business community and a generous benefactor of…

Why I Give – Harrison Price ’11

Harrison ’11 and Adair Price are members of the President’s Circle and proud to continue supporting Kentucky Wesleyan College. Harrison recently shared his appreciation and reasons for giving back to his alma mater: “I serve clients in various capacities, including tax preparation, planning and consulting engagements for individuals, small businesses, trusts and non-profit organizations. “As…

Why I Give – Larry Mayfield ’64

Larry Mayfield ’64 Owensboro, Ky. Retired president, Independence Bank Member, Board of Directors, Independence Bank “I give to Wesleyan regularly; I want the leadership of my alma mater to know they can depend on me. I encourage Wesleyan alumni to do the same and help our great College prepare her outstanding students to join us…