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Pre-Law Pathway

The Pre-Law Department supports students through the transition from their undergraduate studies to law school.

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Advisor

Pre-Occupational Therapy Pathway

The Pre-OT Department supports students through the transition from their undergraduate studies to the doctoral program in occupational therapy.

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Director of Occupational Therapy Graduate Program

Pre-Physical Therapy Pathway

The Pre-PT Department supports students through the transition from their undergraduate studies to the doctoral program in physical therapy education.

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Director of Physical Therapy Graduate Program

President's Office

The President's Office oversees all university administrative operations and academic affairs. It drives the fulfillment of the university's mission and vision, and its commitment to putting all students on an inside track to success.

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President

Pride Recreation Center

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Fri: 6:30 a.m. - 10:00 p.m., Sat-Sun: 8 a.m. - 8:00 p.m. and seasonal hours.

The Pride Recreation Center enriches the campus experience by offering everything you need to stay active and fit. Located just a short walk from the residence halls and academic buildings, the center is easily accessible for the entire Widener community.

Provost's Office

As the university's chief academic officer, the provost is responsible for working collaboratively with the associate provosts, school deans, faculty, staff, and administrators to achieve the institution’s academic priorities. The provost also has direct responsibility for all academic support units and works with the president, chief financial officer, and academic leaders allocating financial resources to address Widener’s academic and financial health.

Psychology Department

The Psychology Department prepares students who plan to work in almost every field. Psychology majors study human behavior, and because almost every career requires interacting with others, you’ll find psychology graduates working in business, education, health, urban planning and design, sports, and public safety.

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Co-Chair Psychology Department

Public Administration Graduate Program

The master of public administration (MPA) program provides graduate education and training for individuals seeking to develop and refine skills that enhance job performance, create new opportunities, and strengthen prospects for career advancement in public service-oriented organizations in government and the non-profit sector. This part-time program features small, seminar-style classes and a diverse enrollment.

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Registrar's Office

Hours of Operation:

Mon-Fri, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Office of the Registrar deals with all matters relating to a student’s academic record.

Registrar

Residence Life

Our live-in staff includes area coordinators, resident directors, and resident assistants. They serve as valuable resources and are trained to assist you in a variety of situations. Please do not hesitate to contact them or any staff in the central office in the University Center if you need assistance.

Robotics Engineering Department

The Robotics Engineering Department prepares students for a future in robotics, which is expanding at an accelerated pace into almost every industry, including aerospace, agriculture, automotive, chemical, defense, electronics, energy, health care, homeland security, manufacturing, nuclear, pharmaceutical, and transportation. This multidisciplinary program integrates knowledge from various areas such as smart sensors, controls, and electrical and mechanical engineering.

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Coordinator of Robotics Engineering Program

School of Business Administration Dean's Office

The Dean's Office in the School of Business Administration provides leadership and administration for faculty, staff, and students. This includes the execution of strategic planning, curriculum, personnel, budgeting, facilities, communication, and fundraising. The dean's office is dedicated to the school's mission of providing quality undergraduate and graduate education and advancing the state of knowledge in business, with the aim of preparing graduates for successful professional careers.

School of Business Administration Graduate Programs Office

The School of Business Administration Graduate Programs Office provides administrative support to implement policies and processes for graduate programs in business, including master’s programs in business administration, healthcare administration, business process innovation, taxation and financial planning, as well as graduate certificate programs in various business specializations. It also provides academic and career advising to enhance student academic and professional success.

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Graduate Program Director

School of Business Administration Relationship Development Office

The Office of Relationship Development (ORD) represents the School of Business Administration Dean’s Office and develops and enhances experiential learning opportunities for students outside of the classroom. The ORD creates mutually beneficial relationships with employers, alumni, and members of the community to solidify effective partnerships.

Achievements of School of Business Administration students are promoted using a myriad of social media platforms to highlight business education excellence and to recognize undergraduate and graduate students’ successes. Special events are also coordinated by Relationship Development personnel. 

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Director of Relationship Development

School of Business Administration Undergraduate Advising Center

The School of Business Administration Advising Center provides administrative support with regard to academic policies and processes for undergraduate majors in accounting, business analytics, economics, finance, international business, management (including concentrations in human resources, operations management, and sport management) and marketing.

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Assistant Dean of Academic Programs

School of Engineering Dean's Office

The School of Engineering Dean's Office provides leadership and administration for faculty, staff, and students. This includes the execution of strategic planning, curriculum, personnel, budgeting, facilities, communication, and fundraising. The dean's office is dedicated to the school's mission of providing quality undergraduate and graduate education and to advancing the state of knowledge in engineering, with the aim of preparing graduates for successful professional careers.

School of Engineering Graduate and Special Programs Office

The School of Engineering Graduate Programs Office provides administrative support with regard to academic policies and processes for graduate engineering programs in biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, engineering management, mechanical engineering, and dual degree programs with the School of Business Administration. The office also provides support in a wide range of special programming.

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Director of Graduate and Special Programs Office

School of Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office

The School of Engineering Undergraduate Programs Office provides administrative support with regard to academic policies and processes for undergraduate majors in biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, civil engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and robotics engineering.

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Assistant Dean

School of Human Service Professions Dean's Office

The Dean's Office in the School of Human Service Professions houses the majority of the graduate programs on Widener's Main Campus and also offers two undergraduate day programs and sponsors interprofessional events, including the annual Graduate Student Research Symposium.