Through Widener’s graduate certificate programs, working professionals gain the skills and knowledge they need to take the next step in their careers.
Current Graduate Students
The National Science Foundation awarded Professor Dawn Gulick $748,000 to continue developing an innovative orthopedic device aimed at improving joint mobility through quantitative assessment.
Numerous Widener students and alumni have carved out successful careers in government and politics, working both behind the scenes and in elected positions.
Learn about services and resources from Teaching and Learning Technologies (TLT), the Student Technology Support Center (STSC), and the Wolfgram Library.
The student handbook is your go-to guide for Widener policies and procedures. Here, you'll find the Student Code of Conduct, policies for living and learning on campus, and more.
Widener offers a variety of dining and meal plan options to fit into a variety of lifestyles.
We're home to an elaborate network of campus and community resources where you, our student, will engage in hands-on learning.
Read the latest student stories.
My time in the clinic has put me on the inside track to succeed as a socially and clinically competent physical therapist.
Haily VakaHaily's Story
I am very fortunate to have come to this country and received one of the best educations. My mindset now is ‘how can I give that type of opportunity to others back home in Guinea?’
Mamadou KeitaMamadou's Story
Widener gave me opportunities after opportunities. Every position I’ve had is because of the experiences I had.
Alanna DiBiasiAlanna's Story
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