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W&J adds new mental health and wellness resources through innovative BeWell@W&J program

Updated: September 29, 2022 | Tagged: , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (September 29, 2022)—Continuing its mission to graduate well-rounded people of uncommon integrity, Washington & Jefferson College recently launched an innovative health and wellness system which provides additional resources for student health and well-being.

W&J senior Kyleigh Jester stands in front of an evergreen tree and smiles.

Case closed: Maxwell scholar finds love of law through dual internships

Updated: September 20, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (September 20, 2022)—W&J senior Kyleigh Jester has seen her share of trials.

Recent W&J alumnus Jeffrey Seabury, Jr. '22 stands atop a mountain in Alaska during his Magellan Project.

Recent alumnus explores Alaska with 2022 Magellan Project

Updated: June 13, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (June 13, 2022)—Recent alumnus Jeffrey Seabury, Jr. ’22 is reaching new heights with W&J’s Magellan Project.

Cole Leathers, president of W&J's Student Government Association, stands at a podium.

Passing on the presidency: W&J’s outgoing SGA president reflects on student leadership

Updated: May 5, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (May 5, 2022)—Graduating senior Cole Leathers is facing one final test as Student Government Association (SGA) President: leaving the office behind.  

W&J students Jeffrey E. Seabury, Jr. ’22 , Lillien Shaer ’22, Mario Sanchez Isabas ’23, and Nickolas Bartel ’23 bookend a podium at the Pennsylvania Political Science Association (PPSA) 83rd Annual Meeting & Conference in Kutztown, Pennsylvania.

Presidential Presentations: W&J students take research on the road; showcase their findings at academic conferences

Updated: April 14, 2022 | Tagged: , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

WASHINGTON, PA (April 14, 2022)—Fueled by facts and findings, the W&J presidents have traded campaigns for conferences and are forging new trails to tomorrow.

The common area of Buchanan Hall, one of the recently renovated pet residence halls, September 24, 2021 on the campus of Washington & Jefferson College in Washington, Pa.

Renovated Pet-friendly Residence Halls Offer Students a Chance To Live With Their Furry and Scaly Friends

Updated: December 3, 2021 | Tagged: ,

WASHINGTON, PA (December 3, 2021) – Two recently renovated Presidents Row residence halls at Washington & Jefferson College are making the already pet-friendly campus even more comfortable for students’ furry and scaly friends. Adams and Buchanan halls now feature a dog wash station, as well as upgraded accommodations for students, including a full kitchen and…

W&J featured in article “Pandemic Alters Student Affairs Practice”

Updated: July 16, 2021 | Tagged:

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted all of our lives in unanticipated and unimaginable ways. Higher education and student affairs have undergone major changes: Once-valued practices are being reassessed and new traditions are emerging.

New Centers to Ensure that W&J Students are Prepared for Ethical Leadership, Professional Success

Updated: July 14, 2021 | Tagged: , , , ,

Two new centers at W&J College will give students a distinctive advantage through customized programs to ensure that they become ethical leaders who are well prepared for professional success in their chosen fields.

Dean Eva Chatterjee-Sutton on returning to campus & supporting students’ mental health needs

Updated: July 8, 2021 | Tagged: ,

Vice President of Student Life and Dean of Students Eva Chatterjee-Sutton, M.A. wants to make sure mental health is a priority for students at her college and at campuses around the country.

Students involved in the planning committee had a zoom meet and greet with members of the band AJR.

Banding together: Students bring national recording artist performance to W&J

Updated: June 4, 2021 | Tagged:

WASHINGTON, PA (June 4, 2020) — Plans for the annual spring concert at W&J were moving along in early 2020 before the COVID-19 pandemic forced the Student Government Association (SGA) to cancel the event. When the students came back to school in the fall, they wanted to bring back the special end-of-year experience, but they…