Awards and Recognitions

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…

Scholarship Recipient: DeLaney Brown

By: DeLaney BrownOwensboro High School GraduateOwensboro, KYBrown Scholarship Recipient My academic journey began right here in Owensboro, beginning at Newton Parrish Elementary, switching to Foust Elementary, then to OMS middle schools, and finally to Owensboro High School. In retrospect, I did not take my academics seriously until my last year of middle school. It was…

Kentucky Wesleyan Graphic Design Program earns Animation Career Review recognition

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s graphic design program has earned recognition as one of the top programs in Kentucky by Animation Career Review. The company evaluates academic reputation, admission selectivity, employment data, depth and breadth of program faculty, value as it relates to tuition and indebtedness, and graduation in ranking institutions. “Our program is rigorous, and our…

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 grant from Marilyn and William Young Charitable Foundation to name Auditorium at Jack T. Wells ’77 Activity Center

Kentucky Wesleyan College has announced a $250,000 grant from the Marilyn and William Young Charitable Foundation to name the auditorium of the Jack T. Wells ’77 Activity Center at 3300 Frederica St. “This grant is a true blessing for our campus and local community,” said President Thomas Mitzel. “The Young Foundation has long been a…

KWC earns recognition from U.S. News & World Report

College ranked as 2022 Best Regional College in the South and Top Performer in Social Mobility Kentucky Wesleyan College has been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the Best Regional Colleges in the South for 2022, the highest ranking among regional colleges in Kentucky at #21 in the South. The College…