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Kentucky Wesleyan Online Graphic Design program one of the nation’s best

Kentucky Wesleyan College has been named one of BestColleges.com’s Best Online Bachelor’s in Graphic Design programs for 2019, ranked seventh in the nation. BestColleges ranks college programs based on a combination of factors including academic quality, affordability and online competency. The Kentucky Wesleyan program includes foundational and advanced graphic arts courses including drawing, typography, branding…

Kentucky Wesleyan announces appointment of vice presidents

Kentucky Wesleyan College President Barton D. Darrell ’84, J.D. has announced the appointment of Matthew Ruark ’09 as vice president of admissions and financial aid, and Eddie Kenny as vice president of advancement. “Matt and Eddie have proven themselves to be among the best anywhere in their respective areas, and I could not be more…

Making History: First Rogers Fellow to Graduate

Brooklyn Stepro ’19Green Valley High School Henderson, Nev.Major: Political Science and HistoryAccepted to University of Nevada, Reno-Master of Public Administration program Brooklyn Stepro made history when she received her diploma at Wesleyan’s 151st Commencement on April 27 as the first Rogers Fellow to graduate from the College. A member of the initial group of Rogers…

From Wesleyan to the World

Natalie (Mercer) Payne ’19Ohio County High SchoolMajor: Biology and ChemistryMinor: Music (trombone)Accepted to the University of Arizona – Ph.D. program in Genetics Natalie Payne anticipates that her career will someday take her around the world. In graduate school, she plans to work in the conservation of Arizona’s wild cat species (pumas, bobcats and jaguars), focusing…

Gratitude, Great Memories and Medical School

Ohio County High SchoolMajor: ChemistryAccepted to University of Kentucky College of Medicine, Lexington Kiah Gledhill described his four years at Kentucky Wesleyan as “a super big blessing.” He chose Wesleyan because he was focused on becoming a physician, and he knew the College’s stellar reputation for preparing students for medical school. He was named a…

Why We Give – Dr. Joe ’79 and Lynn Morton

Hometown: Henderson, Ky. (Originally from Peninsula, Ohio)DentistMarried to Lynn since 1994. She is the dental practice office coordinator.Four children: Drake, Dylan, Lilly and Lucie Kentucky Wesleyan is a long way from Northern Ohio. Why did you choose Wesleyan?“My high school guidance counselor, Ruth Arnold, whose son was a Wesleyan graduate, encouraged me to apply to…

New and Transfer Student Orientation 2019

New Student Orientation is an academic and social experience to assist incoming students with their transition into Kentucky Wesleyan College. Because of the importance of material presented at New Student Orientation, it is a required activity for all new, incoming students.

Kentucky Wesleyan College President Barton D. Darrell ’84, J.D. Resigns

Barton D. Darrell ’84, J.D. will step down from his role as President of Kentucky Wesleyan College effective June 1, 2019. Darrell began his role as the college’s 34th president in September 2014 after serving as vice president of external services. Since then, Kentucky Wesleyan has experienced a reversal of enrollment trends with growth in…

Kentucky Wesleyan College Celebrates the Class of 2019

The Kentucky Wesleyan Class of 2019 celebrated its accomplishments and completion of degree programs with the 151st Annual Commencement on Saturday, April 27. A special graduation ceremony was also celebrated on April 24 for graduating members of the Panther baseball and softball teams who would have otherwise missed the opportunity to walk across the stage…