Behind the shoulders of Shane McSweeny, the seventh-ranked Wesley College football team defeated No. 3 Mary Hardin-Baylor, 27-24, Saturday afternoon in the NCAA Division III Quarterfinals at the Crusaders' Tiger Field. The Wolverines will travel to Mount Union (13-0) on Saturday, December 10 for the NCAA Semifinals where the winner will play in the Stagg Bowl.
Wesley College’s Winter Commencement will take place at the Dover Central Middle School auditorium on Wednesday, December 14, 2011 at 7:00 pm. Each graduate will receive 6 tickets for the event. If you are not attending the ceremony, you are required to submit a written request to the Office of Academic Affairs indicating your desire to graduate in absentia. E-mail or write a letter to Ms. Tina Heesh (302-736-2429) at email@example.com by December 2. You may also request special...[more]
Wesley College chemistry professor Dr. Malcolm J. D'Souza and his organic chemistry class conducted a “Kids & Chemistry” event recently for approximately 400 first through eighth -grade students. This annual event is held at the Independence School in Newark, DE, and is organized by the Delaware-Section of the American Chemical Society.
The Delaware Local Section of the American Chemical Society conducts a variety of activities for elementary school students throughout the year....[more]
The school that creates change agents for educational reform is recommended for full NCATE accreditation.
Wesley College’s education department so impressed a review team from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE), that the committee has recommended full accreditation for the College’s Teacher Education Program. The official announcement is expected in March, upon approval of the NCATE's Unit Accreditation Board.
The accreditation process comes after an extensive...[more]
For reasons nobody yet knows, Ben Knapp, Wesley Football Coach Chip Knapp's son, a healthy 16-year-old, went into cardiac arrest. His illness has united the Wesley College football community as his family prays for his recovery
Wesley Football team and community pray for 16-year old Ben Knapp's recovery
Wesley College’s Office of Institutional Advancement announced an overall increase of 63 percent in total giving to the College during the last fiscal year. Financial gifts to the Dover college increased from $738,794 to $1,206,450 in the 2010-11 fiscal year. The additional donations will not only improve the opportunities for students on campus, it also funds scholarships provided by the College.“In the midst of a struggling economy, it is truly inspiring to see the rising level of...[more]