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October 2013 - Volume 19, Number 4

   

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Focus on Iowa Wesleyan College

 

New President — Dr. Titus


New IWC President Dr. Steven Titus said, “Our goal is to facilitate the development of adaptive life skills so that Iowa Wesleyan College students are prepared to enjoy rich fulfilling careers, but most importantly become productive, responsible and caring citizens.”

 

Student Athletes Help at Old Threshers Reunion


From August 24 - September 2, IWC athletes volunteered over 1,584 hours helping with Mt. Pleasant’s Old Threshers Reunion.

 

The Tigers worked a variety of jobs, including ticket gates, directing traffic, setting up, tearing down, and staffing food booths, setting up performance stages, working the lights, and picking up litter.

 

“We were very pleased with the role the student-athletes played in helping this event run smoothly,” said Old Threshers CEO Lennis Moore. “It was very nice to see the purple and white on our grounds working alongside other volunteers.”

 

Homecoming, October 11-13


This year’s homecoming football game was played against Crown College, St. Bonifacius, Minnesota. Homecoming was dedicated to retired Dean Carol Nemitz in recognition of her 50 years of service and support of IWC. It started on Friday with an Athletic Hall of Fame luncheon and alumni golf outing, included academic presentations, continued through the football game, and ended on Sunday with church services.

 

Fall Visit and Open House Days


Friday and Saturday, October 12-13, and November 16-17 will be fall visit and open house days for prospective students. Students may sign-up at admit@iwc.edu. Activities include campus tours, admissions and financial aid presentations, plus meeting with staff and students.

 

Scholarship Days


Saturday, December 7, 2013 and January 11, 2014 will be Scholarship Days. As part of awarding merit scholarships, students complete applications and participate in on-campus interviews. Awards include the President, Pioneer, Honor, and Dean’s Scholarships, as well as art and music scholarships.

 

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