Laura Sirot with students

Recognition rolls in for Wooster’s STEM programs

Named an “Inspiring Program in STEM,” also a national leader in women graduates who are now STEM doctorate recipients

Benton Thompson

APEX Fellow Experiences Archaeology in Italy

Benton Thompson IV, am archaeology major at Wooster, spent six weeks at an archaeological field school in Italy this past summer, courtesy of APEX. […]

German Film Screening of "All of a Sudden"

“All of a Sudden” will be second film shown in the German Film Screenings series on Saturday, Sept. 28, at 7:30 p.m., in Gault […]


Bagpipers Lead Football Team Onto The Field

The bagpipers “really provide a sense of identity” for Wooster, and one of the most unique (and best) college football traditions is the “lining of the hill.”

Thi Bui

Thi Bui Provides Further Insight on “The Best We Could Do” to Wooster Community

Cartoonist discusses award-winning illustrated memoir during campus visit for Mortensen Lecture

2018-19 Model UN Team

Wooster Introduces Model UN Leadership Scholarship

New award expected to upgrade an already popular student organization

Archaeology Lecture Series

Griselda Pérez Robles, director of conservation for the Proyecto Arqueológico Waka’ (PAW),  Juan Carlos Pérez Calderon, director of PAW, and Olivia Navarro-Farr, director of […]

Fall Academy of Religion Lecture

Walter Robinson, professor of Native American and Indigenous studies at Indiana University, will present “Indigenous Spirituality and the Genesis of Religion,” at the sixth […]

Fall Academy of Religion Lecture

Larry Shirer will present “Life Lessons from Native American Spirituality,” at the fifth Fall Academy of Religion lecture on Wednesday, Oct. 9, at 7:30 […]

Global Climate Strike

Wooster Students Take Part in Global Climate Strike

“We want this to be the start of a series of actions, specifically driven to create real climate change action.” Strong sentiment from one of Wooster’s passionate students who took part in Friday’s Global Climate Strike demonstration on campus.

Thi Bui

Peter Mortensen Lecture

Thi Bui, author of “The Best We Could Do,” the summer reading for incoming first-year students, will give the Peter Mortensen Lecture on Tuesday, […]

Sophie Perinot

Discussion with Historical Fiction Author Sophie Perinot ’86

Alumna author to discuss her book “Ribbons of Scarlet: A Novel of the French Revolution”

Kauke Hall

Affording a Wooster Education Just Got Easier for Ohio Residents

With the backing of generous alumni, Wooster now offers a tuition-free guarantee for OCOG eligible students

Thi Bui

Cartoonist and Graphic Novelist Thi Bui to Give Mortensen Lecture Sept. 24

Author of the required summer reading for first-year students, “The Best We Could Do: An Illustrated Memoir,” to visit Wooster

Arleigh Savage

Faculty Recital Featuring Arleigh Savage Sept. 21

Bassoon instructor to present recital in Gault Recital Hall of Scheide Music Center

Michael Miller to Give Music Lecture Sept. 20

Chair of the Ohio Light Opera board of directors to speak at The College of Wooster

U.S. News rankings

Wooster (and Princeton) Singled Out by U.S. News Again, Top Ohio Liberal Arts School in Three Categories

First among state peers in international students, social mobility, and undergraduate teaching

Peter Pucci with students

Migration and Dance: An Interdisciplinary Kinetic Learning Experience

Renowned choreographer, Peter Pucci, will direct more than 50 performers consisting of students, faculty, and staff from the departments of German studies, physics, theatre […]

Susan Grayzel

The Hayden Schilling Lecture

Susan Garyzel, professor of history at Utah State University, will present  “Did Women Have a Great War? Reflections on Women’s Experiences 100 Years On, […]

Archaeology Lecture Series

Anthony Tuck, associate professor of classics at the University of Massachusetts  Amherst, will present “The Politics of Wine: Intoxication, Sexuality and Aristocratic Identity in […]