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.

AprilMonday22

7:00pm
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Monday, April 22ndMonday, April 22ndAmerica/New_YorkChapel ServiceWeekly chapel service, open to everyone.Weaver Chapel

AprilTuesday23

11:00am
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Tuesday, April 23rdTuesday, April 23rdAmerica/New_YorkCommunity-Wide Memorial ServiceOur end-of-semester memorial service is for all members of the Wittenberg community who wish to remember a loved one they have lost. Whether your loss was this semester or several years ago, all are welcome to attend. The service includes prayer, lighting a candle in remembrance of your loved ones, and an opportunity to speak their name.Weaver Chapel

AprilWednesday24

4:00pm
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Wednesday, April 24thWednesday, April 24thAmerica/New_YorkFaculty And Staff Trivia NightThe Staff Advisory Council is offering a fun-filled night of laughter at a Faculty & Staff Trivia event from 4 to 5:30 p.m. in Founder’s Pub. Team trivia will start at 4:15, so bring your group of four ahead of time or find a team when you arrive!Founders Pub; Benham-Pence Student Center
7:00pm
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Wednesday, April 24thWednesday, April 24thAmerica/New_YorkWhy Witt? A Student ExperienceWhy Witt? is a one-hour live event held the fourth Wednesday of every month at Founders Pub. Two Alumni (Hud and Timmy) will host fellow Wittenberg grads to share their stories about how they navigated their success and leveraged their Wittenberg experience. This is a live event with food and drink that will also be live-streamed, as well as posted on YouTube and your preferred podcasting app. The topics will range on everything from "Chemistry and the Art of Distilling/Brewing" to "The Business of Sports" to "Bringing Biology to Life: Neurobiology, Super Aging and Dolphin Training." Join Us! Why Witt? An Immersive ExperienceFounders Pub; Benham-Pence Student Center
7:30pm
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Wednesday, April 24thWednesday, April 24thAmerica/New_YorkChamber Orchestra ConcertWittenberg's Chamber Orchestra is open to all string players (students, faculty, staff, and members of the Springfield community). Woodwind, brass, and percussion players also perform, as repertoire requires. Click on image below to view event flyer full screen Click Here for a complete list of Music Department events.Krieg Recital Hall

AprilThursday25

11:00am
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Thursday, April 25thThursday, April 25thAmerica/New_YorkBlessing and Sending Chapel ServiceServing as our final chapel service of the year, we welcome all students to attend and receive a blessing as they prepare to begin their summer journeys. A special invitation is offered to our seniors as we give thanks for their impact on Wittenberg during their time with us.Weaver Chapel
12:00pm
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Thursday, April 25thThursday, April 25thAmerica/New_YorkStudent Artist RecitalKrieg Recital Hall
7:30pm
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Thursday, April 25thThursday, April 25thAmerica/New_YorkSpring Dance ConcertShowtimes 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 25 7:30 p.m. Friday, April 26 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27 2 p.m. Sunday, April 28 Click here for more informationChakeres Memorial Theatre

AprilFriday26

9:00am
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Friday, April 26thFriday, April 26thAmerica/New_YorkAccepted Student Day - April 26Calling all high school seniors who have been accepted into Wittenberg University! Join us for our Accepted Student Day, which offers a great opportunity to learn all about what it means to be a Wittenberg Tiger. Learn MoreBenham-Pence Student Center
7:30pm
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Friday, April 26thFriday, April 26thAmerica/New_YorkSymphonic Band ConcertWittenberg's Symphonic Band, led by Dr. Brandon Jones, is the largest instrumental group on campus and is open to Wittenberg students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the Springfield community. Click on image below to view event flyer full screen Click Here for a complete list of Music Department events.Weaver Chapel
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