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Kentucky Wesleyan Baccalaureate and Commencement April 23 and 24

Kentucky Wesleyan College’s 153rd annual Commencement will take place Saturday, April 24, at 10 a.m. President Emeritus Barton D. Darrell ’84 will address the 163 members of the Class of 2021 and members of the Class of 2020 who will return to campus to take part in this year’s ceremony. The 2020 Commencement was virtual…

Kentucky Wesleyan Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics Rob Mallory announces departure

Mark Shook Named Interim Athletic Director effective June 1 Kentucky Wesleyan College Vice President of Intercollegiate Athletics Rob Mallory has announced his departure to serve as director of athletics at Missouri Southern State University. Mallory will conclude his time with the Panther athletic program on June 1. Mark Shook, senior associate athletic director for internal…

Our Spirit of Resilience and Collaboration

KWC during the pandemic The transition to remote learning in mid-Mar 2020 was painful for everyone. Very few of the faculty were trained in how to teach remotely or had even considered teaching in that manner. Likewise, our students were not prepared to have the teaching-learning enterprise shift more responsibility for learning to them. Our…

Kentucky Wesleyan College to resume in-person classes and campus activities

Kentucky Wesleyan College President Dr. Thomas Mitzel has announced a return to in-person classes on Tuesday, Mar. 23 and resumption of campus activities and events as of noon on Mar. 22 as the College moved back to Level 2 (yellow) on its threat level indicator table. “Thanks to your vigilance and concern for the safety…

Notice of a Network Security Incident

Kentucky Wesleyan College experienced a Network Security Incident, resulting in the temporary loss of availability to its files and systems.  We have since resolved the Incident and implemented additional security measures.  Although there was no direct evidence of any misuse of personal information, this Incident may have resulted in unauthorized access to the personal information…

Adjusted Schedule – Kentucky Wesleyan Theatre Department to present “Guys and Dolls”

The Kentucky Wesleyan College Theatre Department will present “Guys and Dolls” in the Activity Hall at 3300 Frederica St. The play will be directed by Nate Gross, KWC associate professor theatre arts, and Calvin Malone, a native of Owensboro who is a professional stage actor. Performances will be choreographed by Shauna Jones with music direction…

Kentucky Wesleyan College earns accolades for three programs

Kentucky Wesleyan College has been recognized by PLEXUSS Global Rankings for three programs: #4 Best Online College or University in Kentucky Offering a Bachelor’s Degree Program #5 Best in Kentucky Offering a Legal Professions Program #6 in Kentucky Offering Natural Sciences Programs “These rankings reflect KWC’s reputation for academic excellence and our faculty commitment to…

KWC to Co-Host Virtual Career Fair with Brescia University on March 23

Kentucky Wesleyan has been planning new ways to help students to connect with employers virtually. The College is excited to partner with Brescia University and Handshake to offer a career fair in a virtual format on Mar. 23 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. CT. The fair will include full-time jobs, summer jobs, part-time jobs and internships.…

Kentucky Wesleyan College recognized as one of nation’s best Online Bachelor’s Degree Programs in Graphic Design by Study.com

KWC achieves national recognition as fourth in country Kentucky Wesleyan College’s online bachelor’s degree program in graphic design has earned recognition as a 2021 Best Online Bachelor’s Degree Program in Graphic Design by Study.com, which considered hundreds of institutions nationwide and selected KWC based on academic and career resources, the quality of education, faculty and…