Quick Takes from Wittenberg University (OH)



Fountain at Entrance

Important Dates:

Fall Visit Days: Oct. 19, Nov. 2, and Nov. 12
Early Decision Deadline: Nov. 1

Early Action Deadline: Dec. 1

Message from the Vice President

Carola Thorson

Wittenberg University takes engaged action to the next level. Simply have a conversation with a Witt student and you will hear about their program of study plus the activities they are actively participating in, or in many cases, leading. Our community of learners brings conversations from the classroom into their student organizations and likewise brings their leadership skills from student organizations into their academic settings. The symbiotic relationship and value of what happens in and outside of the classroom is often what draws students to our vibrant campus in Springfield. And this is why I’m thrilled to begin my role as vice president of enrollment management at Wittenberg University.

You play an important role in the college search process and we are grateful for your partnership. I want to draw your attention to two updates:

  1. We will soon launch The One Thing, a new monthly e-newsletter designed to give you the most important news about Wittenberg in a quick and concise way. The first issue will be dropping in late October.
  2. Be sure to check our fall travel schedule and encourage students who could be future Wittenberg Tigers to come visit!

Thanks again for all you do and best wishes for a successful year.

Carola Thorson
Vice President for Enrollment Management

BSN Program Receives Approval

Nursing Pin

With the need for more nurses intensifying nationally, Wittenberg now offers its own four-year, fully self-contained Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) program. The liberal arts-inspired nursing program has been approved by the Ohio Board of Nursing, Ohio Department of Higher Education, and Higher Learning Commission. LEARN MORE

Wittenberg Offers Student Referral Award

Students at Activities Fair

Prospective students who are referred to Wittenberg prior to submitting an application for admission may be eligible to receive a $1,000 Wittenberg Referral Award. To qualify, the student must be referred by a Wittenberg alumnus, alumna, current student, or parent; a Lutheran pastor, rostered leader, youth minister, or layworker; or a 2018 ELCA Youth Gathering Adult Leader. LEARN MORE

 Did You Know?

Myers Hall

The Wittenberg Office of Admission now uses Slate as its customer relationship management (CRM) system. School counselors have free access to slate.org, a tool that allows you to manage your school profile data with colleges and universities, plan visits with admission representatives, and securely submit materials directly to institutions. LEARN MORE






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