SGA will host the spring concert on April 30, 2021. More details coming soon!
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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.
Diligence, New Safety Protocols Help Washington & Jefferson College Finish Fall 2020 with Low Covid Case Rates
W&J logged only six positive student cases between August and November, amounting to less than one percent of the on-campus population.
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.
WASHINGTON, PA (Nov. 18, 2020)—When Brandon Marcucci ’21 came to Washington & Jefferson College (W&J) as a freshman, he didn’t know how much he would accomplish. Now thanks to the consistent support of his advisor Jason Kilgore, Ph.D., and the wealth of opportunities presented at the College, Brandon can confidently take his next steps as…
Join us at Yost in Burnett Center for a TV-style fast-paced game show. Compete with your friends for a cash prize!
The ‘Refugee Voices Series’ offers students the unique opportunity to engage with refugees from all across the world. During these conversations, students will learn more about personal refugee stories and increase their own global and intercultural awareness.”