As students, faculty, and staff return for the spring semester, President Julie E. Wollman shares her excitement for the months ahead and reaffirms Widener’s commitment to safeguarding the community amid the continuing COVID-19 pandemic.
Shaun Harper, one of the nation’s most highly respected racial equity scholars, spoke to the Widener community about how colleges and universities can move beyond words and performative action to become more anti-racist.
Guided by the ethos “We’re All Widener,” the university explores the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. on this national holiday and echoes his commitment to a more just world through our actions and programs.
Students in a social work class participated in a hands-on service project that connected them with older adults to combat hardships faced by senior populations. Along the way, they discovered meaningful relationships and career opportunities.
From dual enrollment to the new Pride Scholars Accelerated College Program, the university offers numerous opportunities for high school students to jumpstart their college and professional careers, saving them time and money.
Before we welcome 2022, we're taking a look back at the year that was - and trust us when we say, 2021 was a whole vibe.
Recognizing that fraternities and sororities foster lasting relationships and often contribute to student growth and success, Widener is investing in renovations and updates for Greek life and housing.