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W&J’s annual Rockin’ The Lawn welcomes students back to campus with an evening of food, music, and fun! Open to all current W&J students, this year’s event features the band HIGHCLEAR with vocalist Jordan Schulz and guitarist Zach Miller. Food and games will be provided. This event is open to W&J students only.
Matriculation 2021 Washington & Jefferson College’s annual Matriculation ceremony introduces the campus community to the incoming class, and shares College traditions and insights with new students. Download the Program Following remarks by President John C. Knapp, Student Government Association President Cole Patrick Leathers ’22 will welcome the class, sharing insights and wisdom for their next …
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.
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.
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.
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 …
SGA will host the spring concert on April 30, 2021. More details coming soon!
Come learn about Mona and her experience as a refugee from Syria. Join the Zoom session here. The password is ‘refugee’.
For Black History Month, the Office of Community Engagement will be facilitating a workshop exploring how systemic structures related to city planning such as zip codes, property value, and access to healthy food perpetuate the cycle of poverty and disproportionately impact Black communities.
Tune into W&J’s radio station, WNJR, at 91.7 FM at 1pm for a live interview with Damarion Geter, newest member of Student Health and Counseling Services, for a discussion about mental health and Black History Month.