Email Scam Asking for Cell Phone Numbers

The ITS department is aware of a scam in which members of the campus community are receiving emails asking recipients to respond by providing a cell phone number. The emails appear to be coming from President Knapp, but the email account is a Gmail account. These messages are not legitimately from President Knapp. This type of […]

Student studying abroad stands on cliffside in Ireland.

 Fall 2020 Study Abroad Deadline March 1

Tick tock! The study abroad application deadline (March 1!!) for fall 2020 is just around the corner! Stop by the library for Study Abroad Coffee Time between 6:30-8:30 on Thursday, February 20th for free coffee and meet your peers who have already studied abroad. Not sure where to start? These students can help you find […]

Brendan Troesch (center) poses with W&J professors and GABC representatives as they present him with his scholarship award.

W&J Student Earns GABC Scholarship for study in Cologne

WASHINGTON, PA (Feb. 13, 2020)—Brendan Troesch ’21 is the sixth Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) student to earn the German American Business Circle of Pittsburgh (GABC/Pittsburgh) scholarship. The $2,500 award will go toward funding Brendan’s term abroad in Cologne, Germany. Representatives from GABC came to W&J to present Brendan with the scholarship. Brendan, a chemistry […]

Psychological Tips for Managing Coronavirus Concerns

Psychological Tips for Managing Coronavirus Concerns Student Health & Counseling Center Recognizing Distress – A Self-Check List • Increased anxiety, worry, fear, and feelings of being overwhelmed • Depressive symptoms that persist and/or intensify • Inability to focus or concentrate accompanied by decreased academic performance • A feeling of hopelessness and/or a paralyzing fear about […]

Become a LINK Mentor

LINK Mentor Position Description 2020-2021 Academic Year   The LINK Mentor position is designed for the W&J student who is interested in working with first year students, specifically to assist with both academic and personal transition to W&J. LINK mentors are matched with FYS sections and work with the FYS instructor and Student Success Consultant […]

Audition for Miscast Cabaret on Feb. 21

Is there anything you’ve always wanted to perform but you weren’t right for the role? Have you always wanted to give theatre a try but you didn’t have the time? Now is your chance! Prepare a song, dance, skit, etc. And come audition for Cabaret! Auditions will be held in Olin Room 211 on Feb. […]

Cassandra Muhr hosts her radio show from the WNJR station in the Howard J. Burnett Center.

WNJR updates create new opportunities for students

WASHINGTON, PA (Feb. 12, 2020)—When Instructor of Communication Arts Dr. Nicholas Maradin arrived at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) in the fall, he inherited leadership of the College’s radio station, WNJR-FM. and saw an opportunity to enhance the opportunities the radio station could offer students. He went to work to do just that. “Our number […]

Tips to Protect Yourself During Flu Season

Influenza season is here. This is the time of year when influenza is most likely to be spread.  There are things you can do to protect yourself and reduce its transmission through our community.  It’s also not too late to request a flu shot!  There are currently no vaccines available to protect you against human […]