A new allergen-free dining station and dietician deliver exciting changes to Widener Dining.
From changes to living spaces to implementing new programs and services, the university strives to make campus more supportive and inclusive for LGBTQ students, faculty, and staff.
Widener students, faculty, and staff are leading conversations on diversity and inclusion in the wake of nationwide protests for the deaths of black individuals.
Whether applying from a four-year institution or a local community college, transfer students at Widener are finding academic programs that fit their goals and put them on track to earning a degree.
Students, faculty, staff, and organizations were honored for their commitment to fostering a vibrant campus community.
Four years ago, Allison Smith was looking for a university with a strong engineering program and a family atmosphere. She knew a degree was crucial to her dream of working at Conewago Enterprises, the...
Two of Widener’s most esteemed ambassadors recently paid celebratory visits to dozens of Delaware County students who have been accepted to the university for the fall semester.
As Widener University bids farewell to its 2020 graduate students, it is worth reminiscing about their unique journey to a valued graduate degree.