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b2ap3_thumbnail_Wu-Admissions.pngWaynesburg University will host a Spring Overnight Visitation for high school students Sunday, March 29, through Monday, March 30. The visitation will give prospective students the opportunity to experience student life on campus while interacting with current University students. 

Upon arriving to Waynesburg University, prospective students will be paired with a current student who will serve as an overnight host. Participants will experience life in academic programs, campus facilities, residence halls and student life. 

On Monday, the prospective students are given the opportunity to attend classes according to their intended major or area of interest. In addition, the students’ families are invited back down to campus to attend an informational meeting regarding the admissions process and financial aid. 

“Each of these experiences provides a student with insight about being a part of our campus community,” said Robin King, senior vice president of enrollment and university relations at Waynesburg University. “The Overnight Visitation is a first-hand snap-shot of being a Waynesburg University student.” 

The Spring Overnight Visitation will host approximately 50 high school seniors. Space is limited and fills quickly.

For more information, contact the Office of Admissions at 800-225-7393.

Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor

724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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b2ap3_thumbnail_nursing_-20.jpgWaynesburg University will host Nursing Awareness Day for high school students interested in the nursing field Thursday, Oct. 9. Events will begin at 9:15 a.m. in room 104 of the Center for Research and Economic Development on the campus of Waynesburg University.

The event is designed for prospective students and their families to inquire about nursing as a career path and the Nursing Program at Waynesburg University.

Spend the day exploring the University’s sophisticated simulation lab with Waynesburg University nursing faculty and nursing students. Learn how Waynesburg University nursing students experience complex patient care in simulated situations. Discover how the simulation lab provides an effective environment for students to learn and apply cognitive, psychomotor and decision-making skills for clinical practice. Prospective students will also be given the opportunity to have a discussion with student representatives of Waynesburg University’s Student Nurses Association of Pennsylvania.

“Nursing Awareness Day is held as a recruitment event that specifically highlights the Nursing Program, allowing prospective students to observe faculty in the lab and ask current students general questions about the program,” said Dr. Nancy Mosser, chair and director of the Waynesburg University Department of Nursing and professor of nursing.

In addition to its Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, Waynesburg University also offers a Master of Science degree in nursing and a Doctor of Nursing Practice degree. The Bachelor of Science degree in nursing, which will be highlighted during Nursing Awareness Day, provides a rigorous curriculum that prepares students to work in a challenging health care environment. The day will include tours, meetings with faculty, financial aid information and lunch.

For more information or to register, call 1-800-225-7393. For complete information about Waynesburg University’s Department of Nursing, visit www.waynesburg.edu.

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Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor
724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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b2ap3_thumbnail_Monogram Small.jpgThe Waynesburg University Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science and the Office of Admissions will host the fall Mock Crime Scene Workshop Saturday, Nov. 8, from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. 

The Mock Crime Scene Workshop provides high school students the opportunity to analyze crime scenes and collect and process evidence alongside Waynesburg University students and faculty, as well as experts in the field. 

Students will gain hands-on training from skilled experts in the forensic sciences and have the opportunity to utilize those practices by applying them at a crime scene. The vast array of workshops offered will help students to determine if they can see a forensic science or criminal justice career in their futures. 

“The Mock Crime Scene weekend gives the current students, faculty and staff the opportunity to meet prospective students and show them, through experience, what they can expect by attending Waynesburg University,” said Faith Musko, instructor of forensic science. “Our goal is to excite them about our programs, the opportunities available to them and assist them with making lasting connections with our community.” 

Every year, typically more than 40 current high school sophomores, juniors and seniors attend the event. 

To register, or for more information, contact the Office of Admissions at 800-225-7393. 

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Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor

724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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Waynesburg University will host fall visitation days for transfer students, high school students and their families Saturday, Oct. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 1. 

“It is an important step for prospective students and their families to visit on these fall visitation days so that interested students can experience what Waynesburg University has to offer,” said Jessica Sumpter, director of admissions at Waynesburg University. 

Registration in Roberts Chapel begins at 8:15 a.m. on both Saturday, Oct. 4, and Saturday, Nov. 1. After check-in, students have the opportunity to take a tour of the campus, interact with current students and meet with faculty members in their area of study. Families can also learn about the admissions process as well as scholarships and financial aid. Lunch will be provided on campus in the Benedum Dining Hall.  

Attending visitation days allows interested students to see the mission and values of Waynesburg University firsthand. Waynesburg University’s mission is to educate students to make connections between faith, learning and serving so they might faithfully transform their communities and the world. 

Approximately 1,400 students are currently enrolled in Waynesburg University’s undergraduate programs, with more than 70 academic concentrations for students to study.

In addition to rigorous academics, service is at the forefront of a Waynesburg University education. Students annually contribute more than 50,000 hours of service, working with more than 50 local, regional, domestic and international partners. University students have the opportunity to choose from approximately 16 annual domestic and international service trips offered during fall, winter and spring breaks.

For more information or to register for a fall visitation day, call 1-800-225-7393. 

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Ashley Wise, Senior Writer/Editor

724.852.7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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The Waynesburg University Department of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences and the Office of Admissions hosted the spring Mock Crime Scene Workshop Saturday, March 29, 2014. The Mock Crime Scene Workshop provides high school students the opportunity to analyze crime scenes and collect and process evidence alongside Waynesburg University students and faculty, as well as experts in the field. 

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On October 21, 2013, Waynesburg University students enrolled in instructor of criminal justice James Tanda’s terrorism class welcomed Edward Bender, a visiting guest speaker from the National Center for Explosives Training and Research in Huntsville, Ala. During his Waynesburg University presentation, Bender touched on many historic cases with first-hand accounts and details not found in history books.

The Waynesburg University Department of Criminal Justice and Social Sciences and the Office of Admissions hosted the annual Mock Crime Scene Workshop Saturday, Oct. 19. The event afforded high school students the opportunity to analyze crime scenes and collect and process evidence alongside experts in various criminal justice and forensic science areas.

Waynesburg University hosted its annual Crime Scene Investigation summer camp Sunday, June 16, through Friday, June 21, 2013, on the campus of Waynesburg University. Participants gained valuable insight into the field of forensic science through experiential learning and strategically planned activities.

James Tanda was a Supervisory Special Agent for the Department of Justice and joined Waynesburg University in January, 2013, as an Instructor of Criminal Justice.  He received his B.A. degree from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and is an AFT Certified Explosives Specialist.

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