Every year, Wittenberg University hosts a wide range of events and activities. Scroll down below for events happening each month, and be sure to follow Wittenberg across social media platforms.

JulyFriday26

9:00am
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Friday, July 26thFriday, July 26thAmerica/New_YorkTiger DayCalling all high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in learning more about Wittenberg! Join us for our Tiger Day, which offers a great opportunity to learn all about what it means to be a Wittenberg Tiger. Learn MoreBenham-Pence Student Center

JulyMonday29

5:00pm
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Monday, July 29thMonday, July 29thAmerica/New_YorkCommunity Conversations: Building and Strengthening Civic FriendshipsSpringfield Community Civic Education Series for Informed Citizenship Do you believe that fostering strong social networks and building trust among your community is important? Is building a robust democratic citizenry something you care about? If so, then join us for this engaging series of discussions. Each session we will explore a different topic to help us examine what it looks like to build civic friendships and strengthen democracy. Wittenberg professors will introduce each topic and facilitate small group discussions. Confirmation Bias and Media Consumption Professor of Political Science Staci Rhine Time: 5:00 – 7:00, Doors open at 5:00 for light refreshments and socializing, discussion 5:30 – 6:30 Location: Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd, Springfield, Ohio 45504 Admission: FREE Learn More About Civic Education SeriesSpringfield Museum of Art

AugustFriday9

9:00am
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Friday, August 9thFriday, August 9thAmerica/New_YorkTiger DayCalling all high school sophomores, juniors and seniors who are interested in learning more about Wittenberg! Join us for our Tiger Day, which offers a great opportunity to learn all about what it means to be a Wittenberg Tiger. Learn MoreBenham-Pence Student Center

AugustMonday12

5:00pm
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Monday, August 12thMonday, August 12thAmerica/New_YorkCommunity Conversations: Building and Strengthening Civic FriendshipsSpringfield Community Civic Education Series for Informed Citizenship Do you believe that fostering strong social networks and building trust among your community is important? Is building a robust democratic citizenry something you care about? If so, then join us for this engaging series of discussions. Each session we will explore a different topic to help us examine what it looks like to build civic friendships and strengthen democracy. Wittenberg professors will introduce each topic and facilitate small group discussions. The American Dream Under Stress Professor of Philosophy Julius Bailey Time: 5:00 – 7:00, Doors open at 5:00 for light refreshments and socializing, discussion 5:30 – 6:30 Location: Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd, Springfield, Ohio 45504 Admission: FREE Learn More About Civic Education SeriesSpringfield Museum of Art

AugustSunday18

9:00am
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Sunday, August 18thSunday, August 18thAmerica/New_YorkWITT ConnectedThe William A. McClain Center for Diversity offers a pre-Welcome Week experience for incoming first-year students called WITT Connected. Our dates for 2024 are August 18-22. WITT Connected is a 4-day overnight program meant for traditionally marginalized groups (race/ethnicity, LGBTQIA+, first-gen) created to provide a supportive network of friends, faculty, and staff to make the transition into Wittenberg as smooth as possible. During WITT Connected, students will engage in many activities around self-discovery, relationship & community building, exploring campus resources a little more in depth, and gaining a better understanding of Wittenberg, Springfield, and surrounding areas. The fall 2024 dates for this opportunity will be Sunday, August 18 to Wednesday, August 21 and will lead directly into Welcome Week events that begin on Thursday, August 22 for the entire first year class. Students participating in WITT Connected are required to attend scheduled activities in both WITT Connected and Welcome Week. Learn More & RegisterWilliam McClain Center for Diversity

AugustThursday22

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Thursday, August 22ndThursday, August 22ndAmerica/New_YorkNew Student Move InWelcome to Wittenberg! Move-In Day kicks off a weekend filled with events and activities that will help new students become acclimated to campus. The links below provide important details. Welcome Week Welcome Week Schedule of Events Arriving on CampusBenham-Pence Student Center
3:00pm
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Thursday, August 22ndThursday, August 22ndAmerica/New_YorkOpening ConvocationDr. Amy McGuffey, Associate Professor of Education and Chair of the Department, will deliver keynote remarks for the 2024 Opening Convocation. Dr. McGuffey is Wittenberg's 2024 Alumni Association Distinguished Teaching Award-winner.Pam Evans Smith Arena

AugustMonday26

8:00am
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Monday, August 26thMonday, August 26thAmerica/New_YorkFirst Day of Fall Semester ClassesThe 2024-2025 academic year will open on Monday, August 26. Students should check MyWitt for information about course registration and class schedules. Related Links: Office of the Registrar Academic Calendar Open Course ListingWittenberg University
5:00pm
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Monday, August 26thMonday, August 26thAmerica/New_YorkCommunity Conversations: Building and Strengthening Civic FriendshipsSpringfield Community Civic Education Series for Informed Citizenship Do you believe that fostering strong social networks and building trust among your community is important? Is building a robust democratic citizenry something you care about? If so, then join us for this engaging series of discussions. Each session we will explore a different topic to help us examine what it looks like to build civic friendships and strengthen democracy. Wittenberg professors will introduce each topic and facilitate small group discussions. What are America’s Values? Professor of Political Science Rob Baker Time: 5:00 – 7:00, Doors open at 5:00 for light refreshments and socializing, discussion 5:30 – 6:30 Location: Springfield Museum of Art, 107 Cliff Park Rd, Springfield, Ohio 45504 Admission: FREE Learn More About Civic Education SeriesSpringfield Museum of Art

AugustWednesday28

7:30pm
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Wednesday, August 28thWednesday, August 28thAmerica/New_YorkTheatre Production: Ordinary DaysDirected by Emma Francis ’25 Four young New Yorkers intersect as they each search for fulfillment, happiness, love, and cabs. Show Times: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, August 28 7:30 p.m. Thursday, August 29 7:30 p.m. Friday, August 30 2 p.m. Saturday, August 31 Reserve TicketsLab Theatre
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