At Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), Chase McKevitt ’18 learned that not every student follows the same path, and he found his own to a career in medicine.
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Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) produces top-earning graduates among regional colleges, according to data from the U.S. Department of Education’s College Scorecard as reported by the Pittsburgh Business Times.
Creating a space for sustainable living earns W&J a spot on The Princeton Review’s Top Green Colleges list
The Princeton Review highlights colleges with sustainable practices in place, and with programs like W&J’s Environmental Studies (EVS) major that prepares students for employment and citizenship in a world defined by environmental concerns and opportunities.
In a recent survey from the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education, W&J graduates scored the College highly on subjective categories indicating that W&J was the right choice (and one they’d make again), an inspiring institution with exceptional students who motivate others, and incredibly effective in career preparation.
When Rosanna (Tsatie) Awelagte ’13 left her home at the Zuni Pueblo in New Mexico for her first semester at Washington & Jefferson College (W&J), she didn’t know what to think, but knew she was pursuing her dreams.
DURHAM – Neal Middle School principal Michael Fuga has been named the Durham Public Schools Principal of the Year for 2018.
Rhyan Smith, a graduate student at West Virginia University assisted W&J in gathering and organizing information as part of the College’s accreditation process through the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE).
The Class of 2017 graduates have departed on their individual journeys beyond Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) and have thanked many supporters, but one sticks out for aiding Presidents as they seek opportunities beyond campus borders. The Office of Career Services has helped countless students connect with professional opportunities and alumni mentors. In the Class…
W&J will honor alumnus Kenyon R. Bonner ’94, vice provost and dean of students at the University of Pittsburgh, with the 2017 Maurice Cleveland Waltersdorf Award.
W&J senior Hope Butterfield will head to Memphis, Tennessee, after graduation to begin her two-year appointment as a Corps member with Teach For America.