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Scholarship Recipient: Paige Anderson

By: Paige AndersonOttumwa High School GraduateOttumwa, IAWells Scholarship Recipient My name is Paige Anderson, and I am a Brown Scholar from Ottumwa, Iowa. Near the end of my Junior year of high school, I was sitting in my Spanish 3 classroom checking my emails when I noticed one from a Kate Douglas (Assistant Director of…

Scholarship Recipient: Sara Garrard

By: Sara Garrard Webster County High School Graduate Clay, KY Wells Scholarship Recipient Hello, my name is Sara Garrard, and I attended Webster County High School. In my spare time, I enjoy kayaking, hiking, and hanging out with family and friends. I am somewhat of a perfectionist, so I always strive to be the best…

Scholarship Recipient: Alli Bryn Sommers

By: Alli Bryn SommersMuhlenberg County High School GraduateCentral City, KYWells Scholarship Recipient I attended Muhlenberg County High School, where I took advantage of every opportunity I could be involved in the community. I was a member of the National Honors Society, Youth Leadership, Beta, and STAND, just to name a few. Along with clubs, I…

Kentucky Wesleyan College recognized by U.S. News & World Report as Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Program for seventh straight year

Online Business Administration Degree Program again earns national recognition Kentucky Wesleyan College’s online bachelor’s degree program has earned national recognition from U.S. News & World Report for a seventh straight year as a 2022 Best Online Program. Wesleyan’s online business administration degree program also earned recognition as a Best Online Bachelor’s in Business Program in…

Kentucky Wesleyan College announces partnership renewal with The Rogers Foundation

Continuation of relationship for further three years through 2025  Kentucky Wesleyan College and The Rogers Foundation have announced a renewal of their partnership, extending the opportunity of KWC scholarships a further three years for college-bound residents of Southern Nevada. The $5 Million investment will provide students from the Clark County region support in their educational…

Kentucky Wesleyan adopts tuition model that includes textbooks

Kentucky Wesleyan College has announced another significant investment in student success with the inclusion of textbooks into full-time, on-campus tuition costs beginning in fall 2022. “At Wesleyan, student success is our top priority, and this effort is another step toward ensuring students have all the tools they need to be successful from day one,” said…

Kentucky Wesleyan College Announces Commonwealth Commitment

Kentucky Wesleyan College announced today the Commonwealth Commitment, a unique affordability opportunity for residents of Kentucky.  Beginning in fall 2022, the Commonwealth Commitment will meet 100% of tuition for every first-time, full-time Kentucky student with a minimum 3.0 grade point average who is Pell eligible in their first year. Using all federal student aid programs, state…

Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine Spring 2021

The Spring 2021 issue of the Kentucky Wesleyan Magazine is now in print and available online. Enjoy the latest issue, which includes a cover feature on “What Unites Us” along with features on the progress of our Three Pillars, Dr. Randy Capps ’57, Professors Nate and Molly Gross, Sashalia Ramirez ’23 and Panther football’s sophomore…

Wesleyan Welcomes Prospective Students for Panther Preview Day Nov. 17

Don’t miss the final Panther Preview event of the fall on Saturday, Nov. 17. During the Panther Preview Day, students will meet with an admissions counselor, learn about scholarship opportunities, hear from current students and attend an academic and student organization fair. Register for Panther Preview Day Here.

Spot the Panther Contest Returns!

The popular Spot the Panther contest is back this summer! We know many Panthers will be traveling all over the globe, and want you to show your Wesleyan spirit. Snap a photo wearing or displaying your Panther pride. We will have weekly winners who will then compete for the grand prize. We can’t wait to…