Angila Tracey

Angila Tracey Named Secretary of the College and Director of Administration

Angila Tracey has been named the next Secretary of the College and Director of Administration of The College of Wooster, reporting to the president. […]

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Interim President Webster reflects on recent tragedy and Wooster’s ongoing DEI commitments

Interim President Wayne Webster reflected on a racist incident in Wooster’s neighboring city of Akron, Ohio and the College’s ongoing commitment to Diversity, Equity, […]

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Wooster’s Commitment to Students and Reproductive Health Care

Dear College of Wooster Community, I write today in response to Friday’s Supreme Court ruling to overturn Roe v. Wade, the monumental 1973 decision […]

On Support, Action and Next Steps

Dear College of Wooster Community,  Since the murder of George Floyd on May 25, crucial work has been accelerating across the US, as well as globally, to dismantle racism and begin to redress its harms.  At […]

On Supporting International Members of Our Community

Dear Wooster Community, One of the College of Wooster’s greatest strengths is its global community. We are extraordinarily fortunate to have students from over […]

Update on Anti-Racist Work at Wooster,

Dear College of Wooster Community, A month ago, I wrote in the wake of the brutal killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery and Breonna […]

Pause, Learning and Reflection: June 19th

Dear Colleagues, I write at a time where many in our community are experiencing overwhelming trauma, grief and exhaustion from relentless anti-Black violence, most […]

Next Steps for an Equitable and Inclusive Workplace at Wooster

Dear Colleagues, I write as we continue to reflect on the appalling murders of George Floyd and others through anti-Black violence, and on the […]

Racism, Wooster and the Urgent Work Ahead

Dear Wooster Students and Colleagues, George Floyd’s funeral was today. We mourn his loss as well as the loss of so many others whose […]

Hate Propaganda Stickers on Campus and Next Steps

Dear Wooster Community, I am writing to share very concerning news. SPS received a tip from a student earlier this week about hate propaganda […]

Convocation 2016: Why Are We Here?

It is my great pleasure to welcome you – students, staff and faculty – to the opening of the 2016-17 academic year. Today we […]

Wooster’s Promise in the Coming Age

Inaugural Address by Sarah R. Bolton, President of The College of Wooster Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 I am delighted to be here and to be […]

Statement on Diversity and Affirmative Action

President Sarah Bolton releases statement on diversity and affirmative action In response to recent revocation of DOJ and ED guidance on subject 11 July, […]

Wooster as an International Campus

President Bolton offers thoughts on Wooster as an international campus Letter to the campus community 28 June, 2018  Dear Wooster Community, In the wake […]

President Bolton Outlines Next Steps Following Galpin Sit-In

A summary of the main areas where plans are being developed

President Bolton Responds to Concerns Raised in Demonstration at Galpin Hall

Several hundred students present list of demands

An Update from President Bolton

Sent to the campus community on Jan. 19

Update from President Sarah Bolton on Facebook, Beall Ave. Concerns

Sent to campus on Jan. 18

Statement From President Sarah Bolton Regarding Racist Facebook Posts

Released on Saturday, Jan. 13

President Sarah R. Bolton Releases Statement on DACA

Ohio Five presidents urge Congressional action to ensure continuation of policy’s provisions