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Mike Mazza ’18 cut his college football career short to donate bone marrow to a Massachussetts teen.
W&J’s chapter of Pi Beta Phi distributed 500 new books to the Literacy Council of Southwestern PA as part of Pi Beta Phi’s Fraternity Day of Service.
W&J freshman Halie Ankeny ’20 is the student behind Colleges Against Cancer (CAC), an initiative that adds to the College’s strong record for service and community support.
For the fifth time, W&J has earned a place on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll.
One year into a program that encourages W&J biology students to practice community outreach, it’s clear that students have embraced service as strongly as they have academics.
For the fifth consecutive year, W&J is a Lead Advisory Institution for NASPA’s Lead Initiative on Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement (CLDE).
W&J is now an official chapter of the Food Recovery Network, helping to provide meals to Washington City Mission.
W&J Office of Admission student Ambassadors and J-Walkers are hosting a book and movie drive for the Donnell House, a Washington County Hospice Care Center.
Six W&J students are recipients of the 2015-16 Rule, Hughes, Murphy Prize, awarded annually to a group of promising sophomores.
W&J is again proud to be the official Washington County drop-off point for the 96.1 KISS Stuff-A-Bus toy collection for Marine Corps Toys for Tots, Nov. 30-Dec. 3.