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b2ap3_thumbnail_10-23-Overnight-Visit.jpgWaynesburg University’s Office of Admissions will host an overnight visitation Sunday, Nov. 12, through Monday, Nov. 13. Registration will begin at 5 p.m. in the Stover Campus Center on the Waynesburg University campus. The event is open to high school seniors only.

“The overnight visitation is a great opportunity for students to experience Waynesburg University in a different light,” said Kyle DiGiandomenico, admission counselor. “For some students, engaging with professors, current students and prospective students allows them to feel more comfortable and confident in their [college] choice.”

Upon registration, students will meet their host and check in to their dorm room. That evening, students will participate in a pizza party, group activity and Upper Room, a student-led worship service. On Monday, students will have breakfast in the Benedum Dining Hall and attend classes according to their personalized itinerary.

Parent tours will also be held on Monday at three times: 9 a.m., 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. All tours will depart from the Admissions Office in Miller Hall.

“Our goal for these types of visits is for students to reassure themselves that Waynesburg is the right fit for them,” said DiGiandomenico.

Waynesburg enrolls approximately 1,400 undergraduate students, with more than 70 academic concentrations for students to study and has most recently been ranked nationally as a top school for value by MONEY Magazine and College Factual.

For more information, contact DiGiandomenico at 724-852-3446 or kdigiand@waynesburg.edu. To register, visit www.waynesburg.edu/undergraduate/admissions/overnight-visit.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_10-19-Fall-Open-House.jpgWaynesburg University will host an Open House Saturday, Nov. 18, for high school students, transfer students and their families. The event will begin at 9 a.m. with registration in Roberts Chapel.

The Open House will include information regarding the admissions process, financial aid and student activities. Students will also have the opportunity to meet with faculty in their area of interest and participate in a guided campus tour. The event will end with lunch in the Benedum Dining Hall.

Waynesburg University currently enrolls approximately 1,400 undergraduate students and offers more than 70 academic concentrations for students to study.

Waynesburg was recently named to MONEY Magazine’s 2017-2018 “Best Colleges For Your Money” list, and 97 percent of 2016 graduates have reported working full time or studying in their chosen field within one year of graduation.

For more information or to register, call 1-800-225-7393 or email admissions@waynesburg.edu.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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The Waynesburg University Forensic Science Club will host the annual fall Mock Crime Scene Workshop Saturday, Nov. 11.

According to Faith Musko, instructor of forensic science, the purpose of the workshop is to give high school students an opportunity to explore the areas of forensic science and criminal justice.

“The main goal of the Mock Crime Scene is to give prospective students the opportunity to expand their knowledge and experience in the areas of forensic science and criminal justice in order to help them make an informed decision about their future major and career choice,” said Musko.

In the morning, students will be rotated through workshops for particular skillsets, including fingerprinting and crime scene processing. Then, later that day, they will experience a crime scene, where they must utilize the skills they learned to solve the case.

Musko said Mock Crime Scene has the added benefit of introducing high school students to the programs available at Waynesburg University.

“It gives them the chance to meet and work with our current students, which helps build our community and show them what our university and programs have to offer,” she said.

For more information, or to reserve a spot, call the Office of Admissions at 724-852-3346.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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724-852-7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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b2ap3_thumbnail_10-16-Stover-Center-Lecture-Series_Glazer.jpgWaynesburg University’s Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership will host Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas Judge Gary Glazer Thursday, Oct. 26. Judge Glazer will present a lecture at 7:30 p.m. in Alumni Hall which is free and open to the public.

Titled “The Challenge to Chat – How Can We Talk to Each Other?,” the lecture will explore the challenges of being a prospective lawyer or public leader in today’s polarizing political climate. Glazer will stress the importance of civil discourse and respect for the Rule of Law in the context of ethical challenges that exist in America’s cultural divide.

“We are very pleased that Judge Glazer will share his insights about professionalism, civil discourse and the Rule of Law which he has gleaned from a distinguished career of ethical leadership with Waynesburg University students,” said Dr. Lawrence Stratton, director of the Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership and associate professor of ethics constitutional law.

Glazer was elected to the Court of Common Pleas in 1991. In 2011, he was appointed by the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to clean up corruption in the Philadelphia Traffic Court system.

Prior to the bench, he served as an assistant United States attorney in Philadelphia and was chief of the Fraud Section. Glazer began his career working for private law firms in Philadelphia and Chicago.

He was the recipient of a Fulbright Senior Specialist Grant to lecture in French at the Ecole Nationale de la Magistrature in Paris concerning the American judicial process. He has also lectured in England, Russia and Belarus, and has published articles in France and the United States.

Glazer currently serves as an adjunct instructor in trial practice at the Villanova University Law School.

He attended The Ohio State University and graduated cum laude with distinction, and received his law degree from Case Western Reserve University.

For more information, contact Stratton at lstratto@waynesburg.edu or 724-852-7702.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_10-16-haunted-lab.jpgWaynesburg University’s American Chemical Society (ACS) student chapter will host its annual Haunted Lab event Wednesday, Oct. 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. on the fifth floor of Stewart Science Hall on Waynesburg University’s campus.

The walk-through event is open to the public and will showcase over 20 interactive demonstrations and activities geared toward a K-12 audience, though undergraduates are also welcome to attend.

“The Haunted Lab is a unique event that the whole family can attend,” said Dr. Evonne Baldauff, associate professor of chemistry and chair of the Department of Chemistry and Forensic Science. “Participants get to interact with our undergraduate science majors to witness interesting demonstrations and fun hands-on activities. We hope that the experience gets kids excited and shows them that science is something they might one day want to study in college.”

The event is designed to promote science education by showcasing fun and exciting demonstrations and hands-on activities.

For more information, contact Balduaff at 724-852-7617 or ebaldauf@waynesburg.edu.

Founded in 1849 by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Waynesburg University is located on a traditional campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three additional sites located in the Pittsburgh region. The University is one of only 21 Bonner Scholar schools in the country, offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.

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Ashley Wise, Director of University Relations

724-852-7675 or awise@waynesburg.edu

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