Kauke Hall

Wooster Science Cafe’s spring season to feature talks on nutritional supplements, mRNA vaccines, and urban ecology

Wooster Science Cafe, a collaboration between The College of Wooster and The Ohio State University, will begin its spring season on Feb. 7 at […]

Deanna Witkowski

The College of Wooster’s Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo to perform A Tribute to Mary Lou Williams with Deanna Witkowski

The College of Wooster’s Jazz Ensemble and Jazz Combo will perform on Friday, Feb. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in Freedlander Theater (329 E. University […]

Steve Moore speaking at a podium and point to the audience

Wooster Formally Dedicates Steve Moore Court

Steve Moore, The College of Wooster’s retired legendary men’s basketball coach who authored one of the most successful careers in NCAA history, was honored […]

Winter Wooster Campus

Great Decisions lecture series centers issues of U.S. foreign policy in an election year

The Great Decisions of Wayne County lecture series will return to The College of Wooster, consisting of three lectures and a film screening and […]

B-WISER Camp 2023

B-WISER summer camp offers girls opportunity to explore STEM fields

The B-WISER educational summer camp, a partnership between The College of Wooster and the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation, will take place June 10-15, 2024. […]

Campus Winter 2023

Wooster mourns passing of economics professor John Cook ’69

John Cook ’69, retired adjunct professor of business economics at The College of Wooster, passed away on Dec. 28, 2023, in Wooster, Ohio, at […]

James Hodges

Wooster mourns passing of James A. Hodges, professor emeritus of history

James A. Hodges, professor emeritus of history, passed away on Nov. 13, 2023, at the age of 91. Hodges served the College for nearly […]

Austin Piatt ’24 and Dylynn Lasky ’24 qualified Moot Court Association nationals competition out of a regional competition at Mount Saint Mary’s University in Los Angeles.

Six Wooster students qualify for Moot Court nationals

Six students from The College of Wooster’s Moot Court team will be competing in the American Moot Court Association nationals competition in early 2024. […]

McCullough

Science librarian to serve as section editor for The Journal of Radical Librarianship

Ian McCullough, science librarian at The College of Wooster, has accepted a role as a section editor for labor as well as scholarly communications […]

Abby Thomson ’24 and Cassidy Nankervis ’27 were two of several students who received Exceptional Representation awards at the November 2023 American Model UN competition in Chicago.

Wooster Model UN team continues successful track record at American Model UN

The College of Wooster Model United Nations team continued its tradition of excellence at the November 2023 American Model UN competition in Chicago, earning […]

Lynn Holleran

Lynn Holleran named director of athletics and physical education at Wooster

Lynn Holleran, a transformative and visionary leader in college athletics, has been selected as The College of Wooster’s director of athletics and physical education […]

Alexa Konstantinos

Alexa Konstantinos named vice president for marketing and communications at Wooster

Alexa Konstantinos, a marketing and communications executive with more than 20 years of experience of advancing innovation and mission, has been named vice president […]

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of global media and digital studies at The College of Wooster

Ahmet Atay named Distinguished Scholar by National Communication Association’s International and Intercultural Communication Division

Ahmet Atay, professor of communication studies and chair of global media and digital studies at The College of Wooster, received the Distinguished Scholar Award […]

Sandy Womack Jr.

Wooster’s annual MLK celebration to focus on Reframing Justice

The College of Wooster’s annual Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebration will take place throughout the week of Monday, Jan. 15, 2024 through Thursday, […]

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Carolyn Ciriegio promoted to vice president for advancement at Wooster

Carolyn Ciriegio ’08 has accepted the position of vice president for advancement at The College of Wooster, after serving in the role in the […]

Christina Welsch, associate professor of history and South Asian studies at The College of Wooster

Christina Welsch’s The Company’s Sword co-winner of John Ben Snow Prize

Christina Welsch’s book The Company’s Sword: The East India Company and the Politics of Militarism, 1644-1858, earned the 2023 John Ben Snow Prize for the […]

Brian Webb, The College of Wooster’s director of campus sustainability

Brian Webb to speak on panel at United Nations Climate Change Conference

Brian Webb, The College of Wooster’s director of campus sustainability, will be a panelist at COP28, the 28th Conference of the Parties of the […]

Wooster Magazine: The President’s Annual Report 2022-23 Pushing Knowledge Forward— Together: President Anne McCall inaugurated as Wooster’s next leader

The President’s Annual Report 2022-23 edition of Wooster magazine reflects year’s achievements and looks ahead

When students embark on an education at The College of Wooster, they become a part of a legacy of liberal arts learning, ready to […]

students dancing with flags

Wooster continues to rank high in international student enrollment according to Open Doors

The College of Wooster is once again considered one of the “Leading Institutions for International Students,” ranking No. 30 among baccalaureate colleges and universities […]

Elvis Presley impersonator, Mike Albert

Wooster Symphony Orchestra presents tribute to Elvis Presley in holiday concert

The Wooster Symphony Orchestra will present a holiday concert titled “Elvis Has Entered the Building! Holiday Music as Recorded by Elvis Presley” on Friday, […]