While Texas Wesleyan University was founded in Fort Worth in 1890, research has shown that a key group of prospective students doesn’t even know it exists. This month, Wesleyan’s marketing and communications department hopes to change that by launching a new advertising campaign that will include everything from billboards to
The Texas Wesleyan men’s soccer team played their season opener against Dakota Wesleyan University Aug. 31 at Martin Field. The Rams started their season with a home game win of 4-1. Clay Lawson, senior defender and business management major, said he’s glad they won but there is room for improvement.
Students anxious to receive their refund checks this Friday may not have noticed a recent changing of the guard in the financial aid office. Laurie Rosenkrantz replaced financial aid director of seven years Shanna Hollis Aug. 23 as head of the financial aid office. Rosenkrantz, former financial aid counselor for
After two years of inactivity on Wesleyan’s campus, the Black student Association reemerged and conducted their first meeting Thursday, Aug. 30. BSA President Jay Johnson, mass communication junior, informed attendees that the first even the BSA would participate in is the 2012 Tarrant County Heart Walk, which is a free,
New students, many hailing from across the globe, have Wesleyan administrators adding classes and reopening unused residential living spaces as the school adapts to the sudden increase in enrollment. At time of publishing, a total of 143 international students were enrolled at Wesleyan compared to a total of 48 who
A new program allowing students to complete their bachelor’s degree while simultaneously beginning their first year of law school accounts for one of the changes that lies ahead for the Texas Wesleyan School of Law under the ownership of Texas A&M University. Texas Wesleyan University President Frederick Slabach announced the
Fort Worth Police officials said an email warning students and faculty of a serial rapist sent by Texas Wesleyan University was based on a misunderstanding of department information. Sent on Aug. 24, the email warned students, faculty and staff of a serial rapist reported in the area near the university.