President Julie E. Wollman will retire from the presidency at the end of the upcoming academic year. She will leave behind a thriving university, poised to build on its strengths.
Faculty & Staff
Widener is more flexible, capable, and effective as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Adapting to remote operations has positioned faculty, staff, and students with the agility to stay connected and continue to advance the university's mission.
A grant is helping Widener students provide COVID-19 tests for uninsured city residents, to conduct research on health disparities, and to host an educational forum.
Join Professor Augensen for a special stargazing treat! Participants will enjoy "The Sky", a planetarium program and also lots of pictures of celestial objects! Learn more about Jupiter, Saturn and Venus' summer movement as well as Mars' fall movement. Stay for Q&A at the end! No advance registration required. The session would be weather-independent.
"Pride Personified" is a celebration of the people who make the Widener community outstanding. Employees are invited to nominate their colleagues who exceed the highest expectations, and whose standards of excellence make the Widener community an even better place.
Do you have a colleague who exceeds the highest expectations? Someone whose standard of excellence makes our Widener community an even better place?
The Wolfgram Memorial Library is open to Widener students, faculty and staff and is the home of all of your resource needs.
Widener offers a variety of dining and meal plan options to fit into a variety of lifestyles.
We offer numerous recreational opportunities and team activities to help you live healthy and stay active.
Widener offers an easy way for faculty and staff to reserve a room for a variety of purposes.
We're home to an elaborate network of campus and community resources.
The Widener Bookstore has everything from apparel to show off your pride to supplies to further your education.
The Widener University academic calendar shows key academic dates for all undergraduate, graduate, and adult and professional studies students.
Our departments and offices offer help and support to all students in order to achieve success in their fields.
Our faculty understand that academic success is key and are always open to outreach from all students.
Our wide variety of programs offer something for both graduate and undergraduate students to achieve success in their field of interest.
Our catalogs offer both graduate and undergraduate students important information about programs, curricula, and courses.
Maintaining a safe, caring, and supportive community continues with you!
Help keep our campus safe by reporting issues or concerns that may affect the well-being of a student or campus community member such as engaging in distressed or disruptive behaviors, sexual misconduct, or hazing.
Our teams are equipped to respond to your concerns with helpful support, respect, and compassion.
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