The last few weeks of the semester can bring tons of stress as we complete final projects and prepare for final exams. So we scoured campus and asked our experts for their best suggestions to help you navigate it all.
The Experience MORE! program helps financially support students who need summer break to work and earn money. The program instead makes it possible for them to do unpaid or low-paid internships that will help prepare them for rewarding careers.
Amanda Rappa ’26 shares her incredible experience as the co-executive producer of the TEDxWidenerUniversity event in September 2023.
Inspired by his stories, and a feeling that Widener was home, nursing major and ROTC cadet Meghan Rampolla ’25 has followed in her grandfather’s proud footsteps.
The Widener Marching Band is marking its five-year anniversary, but bands at the university’s predecessor institutions stretch back at least to 1864 in the form of drum and bugle units. That milestone and legacy were honored during Homecoming Weekend.
Over five weeks, students from Widener’s three campuses took advantage of an opportunity made possible through Widener’s partnership with the August-Wilhelm Scheer Institute in Germany for the first-ever internationally held Innovation Sprint.
Hands-on learning was taken to a whole new level when a group of students traveled to Costa Rica to immerse themselves in the culture and learn about the environmental toll of consumerism and tourism, particularly in the coffee industry.
Shadowing opportunities at Widener allow prospective students interested in engineering and nursing programs to spend extra time on campus interacting with current students.
Traveling abroad can be an important part of the student experience. For Gianni DiMatteo ’24, he found academic and personal ties on a trip to Italy.