This semester the International Program has adopted a new policy of “deregistration” for nonpayment of tuition and fees due to the high number of students who neither paid nor set up payment plans in the past, according to John Veilleux, vice president of marketing & communications. Students who are not
Texas Wesleyan University will begin offering a Bachelor of Science in Health Science degree program this fall, according to university administrators. The BSHS program is specifically designed to provide an alternative option for associate-degreed registered nurses in need of a bachelor’s degree, said Dr. Bruce Benz, chair of the School
Texas Wesleyan is on the move this summer. Wesleyan will be relocating several faculty offices, departments and student services due to building renovations and campus improvements throughout the summer, according to Brian K. Franks, executive director of facilities, development and operations. All moves are scheduled for completion by fall 2015.
Texas Wesleyan student Nabiha Islam is from Bangladesh, and she has struggled with adjusting to life in America. This is the first time Islam, a freshman computer science major, has been away from her family, she said. “Everything is really new to me,” Islam said. “I am trying to keep
Student Government Association President Tyler Mendez graduates in May, and he wants to leave behind a legacy. That legacy is a space on the Texas Wesleyan campus for a mock courtroom where students can practice moot court, mediation, and similar competitions. “This is something we need,” said Mendez, who will