As faculty, staff, and students gathered in Martin Hall for convocation in late August, President Frederick Slabach announced Texas Wesleyan would be launching two new online degree programs. The online master’s of education degree and the online bachelor’s of business administration completion degree will launch in the fall of 2019.
Texas Wesleyan’s Student Government Association passed the Student-Athlete Advisory Committee Thanksgiving Meal Bill at Friday’s general business meeting. The bill was presented by SGA Athletic Representative Lynzie Moore and allocated $500 toward the SAAC’s third annual Thanksgiving meal. “Whereas, the Student Athletic-Advisory Committee helps to promote communication between athletics’ administration
Students who are familiar with the Eunice & James L. West Library have probably noticed some new changes. The library has obtained a new security system which is believed to be more effective than in the past, when the only security was the gates at the entrances, according to Risa
Security at Texas Wesleyan University is working hard to keep campus safe, according to Chris Beckrich, director of campus safety and security. Beckrich gave the rundown on how security operates at Wesleyan. Security guards roam the campus on golf carts and make sure students are safe by keeping posts outside
Congressman Marc Veasey, along with a panel of speakers, discussed mental health issues and services among veterans at a town hall meeting in the Baker Building Thursday. “Every year around Veterans Day, we do a presentation, a veteran’s town hall and an awards program to give veterans who served our