20 Apr 2018

Groundbreaking ceremony starts construction on Nick and Lou Martin University Center

Hundreds of students, faculty, alumni, and donors gathered on Thursday for the groundbreaking ceremony for the new Nick and Lou Martin University Center. Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach said the center, which will open in summer 2019, is made possible after $19 million of donations came in since the plan

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18 Apr 2018

Students left unsatisfied with answers from 2020 Town Hall meeting

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach opened Tuesday’s 2020 Town Hall meeting to students after continuing concerns about the credit hour block changes. Slabach followed discussing university updates with answering questions submitted by students and faculty, and then did a Q&A with students asking questions in person. The in-person questions were

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09 Apr 2018

Wesleyan showcases talent at annual concert

Texas Wesleyan’s Department of Music held the 22nd annual President’s Honors Concert in the Nicholas Martin Hall on Friday night. Family, friends, and regular attendees of Wesleyan concerts chatted among each other while they waited for the first performance to start. President Frederick Slabach; his wife Melany Neilson; and alumni

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09 Apr 2018

Slabach apologizes for miscommunication over 16-hour block rate change

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach attended Friday’s Student Government Association general business meeting to discuss the 16-hour block rate change and hear letters from students. In March, an email was sent out to students stating that students taking more than 16 hours in a semester will have to pay a

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13 Feb 2018

Slabach hosts first 2020 Town Hall meeting of 2018

Texas Wesleyan President Frederick Slabach hosted the first 2020 Town Hall meeting of 2018 on Tuesday afternoon in the Baker Building. The meeting focused on how the university plans to increase enrollment through academic improvement and campus renovations; the university budget was also mentioned. The meeting opened with Slabach introducing

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