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KWU Announces Schmidt Foundation’s Launch of Scholarship Fund

Kansas Wesleyan’s DECA program has been on the rise for several years, and now, local groups are taking notice. The Schmidt Foundation, based in Hays, has made a $50,000 gift to KWU to establish the Schmidt Foundation Annual Scholarship. One of the qualifications will be...

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KWU Launches New Web Site

After a year-long creative process, Kansas Wesleyan is scheduled to launch the new KWU.edu Wednesday, October 13. The new site will include increased video functionality, ease of use on mobile technologies and better accessibility throughout. A click-through virtual tour is also readily accessible on many pages of the site, making it easier for prospective students […]

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KWU Announces Schmidt Foundation’s Launch of Scholarship Fund

Kansas Wesleyan’s DECA program has been on the rise for several years, and now, local groups are taking notice. The Schmidt Foundation, based in Hays, has made a $50,000 gift to KWU to establish the Schmidt Foundation Annual Scholarship. One of the qualifications will be...

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Kansas Wesleyan And Mahaska Announce New Partnership

Two pillars of the Salina business community have announced an exciting new partnership, as Mahaska and Kansas Wesleyan have joined forces. Mahaska will be the official beverage provider for KWU, and will sponsor both the KWU Exemplary Teacher Award and scholarship opportunities...

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KWU to Begin New Musical Season With Tuesday Evening Concert

Tuesday evening will mark the beginning of a new musical season at Kansas Wesleyan, in more ways than one. The Department of Music will open its annual concert schedule with a 7:30 p.m. performance of the Wind Ensemble, Jazz Ensemble and String Orchestra. The event will also mark...

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KWU Finalizing Preparations for Homecoming and Family Weekend

After cancelling the 2020 version of the event, Kansas Wesleyan is especially excited about its upcoming Homecoming and Family Weekend festivities, set for Oct. 15–17.  “We couldn’t be happier to have Homecoming returning,” said Claire Houk, KWU’s director of recruitment, alumni...

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KWU Launches Scholarship Competition to Honor Former Debate Coach

Kansas Wesleyan announced Thursday that it will honor former Debate and Forensics coach Gary Harmon by christening a scholarship competition in his honor. Harmon retired earlier this month following a distinguished career leading KWU Debate and Forensics, and this competition will...

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KWU Marketing and Communications Wins Nationally Recognized Award

Kansas Wesleyan’s “We’re Back” video from August 2020 has been named a Communicator Award winner, according to information released this week by the Academy of Interactive and Visual Arts. KWU received an Award of Distinction in the non-profit category.  Other organizations to earn...

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Wright’s Work Currently Featured in Wichita

Lori Wright, Kansas Wesleyan University’s associate professor of Art, puts her fascination with human identity on display in her newest art exhibit, “More Than a Glance.” Featured at CityArts in Wichita, located at 344 N. Mead, her work exploring the expressiveness of human eyes is...

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Athletics Moves to No-Spectator Policy

Starting November 23, no spectators will be allowed at any of KWU’s athletic competitions. This policy is in effect through games of January 9. At that time, the policy will be reassessed and may be extended indefinitely if conditions warrant.  The change in policy is in response...

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Athletics Releases 2020-21 Ticket Protocols

Kansas Wesleyan University Athletics has announced its ticketing guidelines and fan attendance procedures for the fall 2020 season amid the COVID-19 pandemic.  There will be reduced attendance capacity at both the Graves Family Sports Complex and Mabee Arena. KWU will issue 487...

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