Members of the Wesley Society and their guests gathered on the evening of January 11th for a reception and dinner at the Duncan Center as a way for the College to celebrate and recognize their generous support.
The fourth annual event was offered to Society members as an appreciation event, and the costs were fully underwritten by five individual and corporate sponsors. The generous sponsors included The Whiting-Turner Contracting Co., Becker Morgan Group, MSK Partners, Wilks, Lukoff &...[more]
President of I.G. Burton Dealership Charlie Burton presented Wesley College with a 2013 Chevrolet 15 passenger van valued at nearly $38,000 to provide shuttle service from the main campus to the new Health Sciences Building located on South New Street.
The addition of the Health Sciences Building was acquired at no cost to the College through the federal government. The former Frear Federal Building was decommissioned in April 2009 at which time Wesley submitted an application to the U.S....[more]
Wesley College showed its appreciation to its most generous contributors on Saturday night, January 12, 2013, with a reception and dinner held at the Sheraton Dover Hotel. Approximately 130 guests attended the gala to celebrate the third year for the Wesley Society, which recognizes high level donors giving to Wesley College. Wesley College officials announced that the Wesley Society membership has more than tripled since its inception in late 2009, with 210 current members. Wesley...[more]
Wesley College alumni have organized a fundraiser to help memorialize Westfield, NJ resident Frank Vasfailo III ’95 who was tragically killed in a car crash in April 2010.
From noon until 5 p.m. on Sunday, September 25 will be “Frankie V. Day at the Track.” The first-time event will be held at Monmouth Park Race Track in Oceanport, New Jersey. The cost is $75 for adults and $15 for children under 12 which includes a picnic lunch and admission to the track.
Seventy percent of every ticket sold...[more]
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]