Wooster welcomes class of 2022

Wooster Proud to Welcome Another Diverse, Talented First-Year Class

40 percent of the Class of 2022 are U.S. students of color or international students, and more than half graduated in top 20 percent of their high school class

Welcoming the Class of 2022

Welcoming the Class of 2022

Wooster’s English Engagement Seminar

The honorable Solomon Oliver jr. '69

Oliver Offers Three “Notions” at Convocation

149th academic year at Wooster officially begins

Left: Gamble and Kreuzman

Wooster Faculty Awarded Promotions

Announcement made during recent board of trustees meeting

Guibemantis woosteri frog species

Lehtinen Names One of Latest Frog Species Discoveries After Wooster

Professor of biology designates newly-identified plant-breeding frog in Madagascar Guibemantis woosteri

Wooster’s Class of ’22 First-Year Move In

Rose Taylor, Chris Good, and Jeff Gilbert '85

Internships at Dow AgroSciences give Wooster students experience where research and industry meet

Dow veteran Jeff Gilbert ’85 happy to welcome and mentor younger Scots

"Kim Julja, Dodu Jeju," 2013 by Hyung S. Kim is one of the works in "The Ocean After Nature," September 11-November 8, 2018 at the CWAM. Above: Hyung S. Kim (b. 1965, South Korea), "Kim Julja, Dodu Jeju," 2013; Digital photograph on canvas; 90 1/2 h x 59 w (inches), Courtesy of the artist and ICI, New York.

“The Ocean After Nature” to Wrap Up Its International Tour at the CWAM

Series of works by 20 international artists will run from Sept. 11-Nov. 18

Jenelle Booker ’21, Prof. Jennifer Faust, Shayna Vicker ’21 and Kevin Wokosin ’18 measure the reactions of the molecules in rainwater as they interact with the atmosphere.

Tapping into a Cloud

Students study carbon cycle impact on rainwater

Donald M. Goldberg, a professor of communication sciences and disorders (CSD) at The College of Wooster

Goldberg Recipient of AG Bell Honors of the Association Award

Wooster CSD professor honored for his service to those impacted by hearing loss

Zoe Kuhn '19

Communication sciences and disorders major uses speech therapy to support stroke survivors

For Zoe Kuhn ’19, her second time volunteering at the Austin Speech Labs became even more meaningful with help from the APEX Fellowship program. She discovered the position through a […]

Princeton Review Best 384 College book cover

Wooster Among The Princeton Review’s “Best 384 Colleges”

Also selected to four of the publication’s top-20 rankings lists

Ruth Williams Hall of Life Sciences building

Open House for Ruth W. Williams Hall of Life Science Set for Friday, Aug. 17

Take sneak peak of new state-of-the-art facility on The College of Wooster campus

Katarina Baltisberger ’20

Art history major broadens children’s artistic literacy as a summer camp assistant

Through her experience as a summer camp assistant at the Cincinnati Art Museum, Katarina Baltisberger ’20 learned “the best way to be a successful […]