More and more professionals are turning to Widener for an array of new and existing graduate programs and flexible certificates under the newly named Center for Graduate and Continuing Studies and the College of Health and Human Services.
Current Graduate Students
Despite unpredictable circumstances created by the pandemic, Widener’s clinics and centers remain committed to serving its constituents through virtual connections and support.
A graduate speech-language pathology program will prepare students for a meaningful career to prevent, diagnose, and treat speech and language disorders.
Practice your interviewing skills all week long! This virtual event is open to students who would like to schedule mock interviews. Employer partners are invited to participate as interviewers. All interviews will occur via Zoom.
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.
To have people like that in your corner is amazing. They helped me gain the confidence to go into the field and to be on my ‘A’ game.
Samirah ThompsonSamirah's Story
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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