Washington & Jefferson College launched their first Pet House in the 2006-07 academic year. Prior to the pandemic, W&J opened a second pet hall. There are around 40 to 45 students who live in pet houses each year.
Donor-funded projects will improve campus residence halls and other facilities at no additional cost to students.
NEW YORK – His TV fans know him as Patrick in HBO’s “Looking,” and as Jesse St. James in “Glee.” His movie fans know him as the voice of Kristoff in “Frozen.” And his theater fans? They know him as the pouty, thoroughly annoyed King George in “Hamilton.”
As students return to their routines to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) this fall, they’ll notice some positive changes across campus.
Students returning to W&J this fall are already enjoying the benefits of An Uncommon Bond: The Campaign for Washington & Jefferson College.
W&J’s fundraising campaign, An Uncommon Bond: The Campaign for Washington & Jefferson College, has achieved its goal ahead of schedule.
The W&J Campus Arboretum has been awarded a Level I Accreditation by The ArbNet Arboretum Accreditation Program and The Morton Arboretum.
W&J has broken ground for the James David Ross Family Recreation Center, a new recreation facility that will serve the entire W&J campus community.