News Around the Hollow
Women's Volleyball takes second place in NCAA Division III Championships.
The Wittenberg Tigers came into the NCAA Division III Tournament championship match riding a 14-match winning streak, including five straight postseason wins that had the Tigers on the brink of their second national title in five seasons. more>
BestValueSchools.com recently researched Ohio schools and ranked them based on key points. Wittenberg earned 117.85 points out of 200.
Of the many great choices for higher education in Ohio, Wittenberg University ranks No. 13 out of 30 Ohio Best Value colleges and universities according to an October 2015 website article on BestValueSchools.com. more>
The university will officially begin enrolling new majors in January of 2016.
Back by popular demand and offering a new course of study in cybersecurity, the computer science major at Wittenberg University is making its return and will be available in early 2016 after a two-year hiatus. more>
The competition received more than 2,500 entries in a variety of visual arts media. McInnis’ work is among 43 pieces that will be on display for the juried exhibition.
Daniel McInnis, associate professor of photography, department of art, has been selected as a finalist in the Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery Outwin Boochever Portrait Competition (OBPC). more>
President of Wittenberg University since 2012, Joyner will leave her post effective Friday, November 6th.
Dr. Joyner arrived during a time of financial uncertainty and took on the crucial effort to preserve the University’s most important strengths while charting a productive and fiscally responsible course forward. more>
CBC members awarded Wittenberg for its beautiful plantings and because it is kept free of litter and debris, year round
The Community Beautification Committee (CBC) of Springfield recently presented Wittenberg University the Business of the Year Award for dedicated and outstanding beautification efforts throughout the year on campus. more>
New Classroom and Facility Space on the Horizon for Wittenberg
The Wittenberg Health, Wellness & Athletics Complex is an investment in the future of Wittenberg University and our local community. The combination of outstanding academic programs, competitive athletics and diverse recreational opportunities are so vital to Wittenberg University. This new facility will allow growth at the school and in Springfield. Student success and retention is at the heart of the new initiative. more>
Wittenberg Ranks Well On U.S. Department of Education's College Scorecard
The U.S. Department of Education recently added a new feature to its website - college-scorecard.ed.gov - where students and parents can compare colleges based on several factors, including debt, average alumni earnings and loan repayment rates. The extended data is part of President Barack Obama’s push to increase transparency in higher education. more>
Wittenberg Continues to Offer an Affordable, First-Rate Education
For the 2016-2017 academic year, Wittenberg will freeze its tuition, room, and fees for all students. The decision marks the fourth year in a row that the nationally ranked liberal arts institution has moved in this direction. more>
Providing children with their first glimpse of college life and engaging them with a variety of opportunities offered to a Wittenberg University student, the Community Service Program hosted Mini-Witt for the second-straight year in honor of Make a Difference Day. more>
Many Wittenberg University students have benefited from scholarships provided by the Wittenberg Guild through the success of the Wittenberg “Tiger Tri” Triathlon. more>
Inspiring and empowering undergraduate students to grow into civic leaders in Ohio was the goal of Propel Ohio, a collegiate leadership summit for which four Wittenberg students were selected to attend and represent the university. more>
Students in Wittenberg University’s Peace Corps Preparatory Program are using their skills and commitment to service to make a difference in the lives of children in the southern African nation of Lesotho. more>
Committed to expanding opportunities for students and supporting their success, Wittenberg University announced that its exercise science program has been approved by the Ohio Department of Higher Education, allowing students to pursue a major or minor in exercise science. more>
Wittenberg University’s Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has announced a new partnership with Miami University that allows Wittenberg students to complete both a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in five years. more>
The Wittenberg University Sigma Chapter of Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) invites Clark County residents to the Springfield Community Thanksgiving Dinner, 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 19, at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house, 20 West Ferncliff Place. more>
The Central Pennsylvania Business Journal has named Anne Lindeman Zerbe a 'Woman of Influence' for 2015. more>