The Class of 2024 has embraced the phrase that has come to embody the Pride spirit in 2020 – We’re All Widener, Wherever We Are. Their at-home setups include home “dorm” rooms, Pride cafes and lounges, and lots of blue and gold.
Current Undergraduate Students
Arianna McRae ’21, an allied health major, takes on the role of SGA president during a challenging time. But she’s ready for anything and making Widener history while doing it.
Despite unpredictable circumstances created by the pandemic, Widener’s clinics and centers remain committed to serving its constituents through virtual connections and support.
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.
Student Engagement & Campus Resources
We've got your back. Explore our network of support services from counseling and health services to career development, academic support, and so much more.
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.
Have a question about living on campus, meal plans, or move-in details? We've got the answers!
Read the latest student stories.
Working on different projects at Widener taught me how to think on my feet. It taught me how to not leap before I think, but to leap while also thinking.
Abhay AradhyaAbhay's Story
Widener gives me access to so many great opportunities I would not have had elsewhere. These experiences and opportunities give me a great competitive advantage heading into the workforce.
Evan DavisEvan's Story
Every study abroad trip, every internship opportunity, every volunteer event, every class is contributing to me not only being a better person, but better in business. The world of business today requires us to be globally active.
Jessica FeoliJessica's Story
The Boys and Girls Club of Chester’s story is worth sharing. I am glad I was able to use my senior year at Widener to help tell it.
Jenna MuirJenna's Story
It’s very rewarding when you can see the impact you’re having on either the community, or individuals, or even yourself.
Michael DixonMichael's Story
As I embark on a career as a human rights lawyer, these experiences have taught me everyone has a story, and you need to ask people about theirs to really begin to know and understand them.
Rebecca WestromRebecca's Story
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