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Waynesburg University

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Waynesburg University
Waynesburg University - Emblem.png
Motto Latin: Fiat Lux
Motto in English
Let There Be Light
Type Private, Liberal Arts
Established ca. 1850
Affiliation Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)
President Douglas G. Lee
Undergraduates 1,800
Location Waynesburg, Pennsylvania, United States
Campus Suburban
Colors Dark Orange, Black
Nickname Yellow Jackets
Website www.waynesburg.edu

Waynesburg University is a private university founded in ca. 1850 and located in Waynesburg, Pennsylvania. The university offers graduate and undergraduate programs in more than 75 academic concentrations, and enrolls over 2,500 students, including approximately 1,800 undergraduates.

History

In honor of General Anthony Wayne, Waynesburg University was founded in 1849 as Waynesburg College by the Cumberland Presbyterian Church - now affiliated with the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) - and was chartered by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 1850.[1]

Waynesburg University is located on a contemporary campus in the hills of southwestern Pennsylvania, with three adult centers located in the Pittsburgh regions of Southpointe, Cranberry and Monroeville.

Hanna Hall and Miller Hall are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2]

Faith

At Waynesburg University, people care for one another like family. It is a place where the spirit of a Christian community truly exists. Students have the option to choose to participate in:

  • Weekly chapel services
  • Bible studies
  • Contemporary, student-led weekly worship services
  • Speakers who engage students to integrate faith, learning and service
  • Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA)
  • Faith and Services Mission Trips

Faculty and staff profess belief in Jesus Christ and come from various Christ-centered denominational backgrounds. The exploration of faith is encouraged on Waynesburg's campus, but at the discretion of the student.

Waynesburg welcomes students on any part of their journey into its Christian community.

Students may also choose to be involved in various campus ministries. For example, becoming a Christian Ministry Assistant (CMA). CMAs are student leaders who serve our community by creating Bible studies and building intentional relationships across campus that enhance the mission of Waynesburg University.

Parks

Waynesburg University is built around 4 spacious parks owned by the town of Waynesburg. The westernmost park contains a bridge meandering through the trees; the next park features a gazebo; and the 2 parks nearest the University center are commonly referred to as the Fountain Park and the Statue Park. Fountain Park is directly in front of Hannah and Miller Hall, while Statue Park is between Buhl Hall, Stewart Hall, Pollock Hall, and Martin Hall. Statue park features a statue dedicated to the lives lost in the Civil War. The combined area of the parks is approximately 15 acres.

Fitness Center

Built in February 2010, the fitness center is 2 stories. The first floor houses weight lifting and locker rooms. The second floor features cardio workouts. Both floors have flat screen TVs and the cardio machines come equipped with built in radio tuners.

Residence Halls

The Residence Life program at Waynesburg University is designed to be an integral part of the resident student's educational experience through promoting a living-learning community. We are committed to engage and challenge our residents in faith, learning and serving. Our primary focus is on holistic student development, wherein residence life staff develops an intellectually, spiritually and socially supportive environment within the residence halls. As a primarily residential campus, Waynesburg University makes available a variety of living options.

Waynesburg University is home to ten campus residence halls, seven women and three men's halls. Martin and Thayer Hall are home to most of the men on campus. They both are double occupancy halls on the Eastern side of campus. Martin Hall is closer to downtown Waynesburg while Thayer Hall is located next to Buhl Hall and the Eberly Library. Willison is the third men's hall, apartment style, it is mostly a double occupancy hall but students have the option to triple. Willison is six stories tall and is the newest building on campus. It is on Franklin street and is adjacent to the armory.

Denny Hall is attached to the Benedum dining hall on the West side of campus, like Thayer it has built in desks and cabinets in the wall. It is one of three underclassmen women's halls. Across the parking lot overlooking the chapel is Burns hall and on the other side of the chapel is the single story Ray Hall.

The four upperclass women halls are West, South, East, and Pollock. West, South, and East sit above the Stover campus center and the Eberly Library in a small plaza. Pollock is located right between Buhl Hall, one of the classroom buildings, and Thayer Hall.

Of all the halls only South, West, East, Pollock, and Willison have air conditioning. They are all the same floor layout with two sleeping areas, a bathroom with a shower, and a living area with a provided futon. South, West, and East also have bay windows.

Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership

Waynesburg University’s Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership is an interdisciplinary scholarly center dedicated to bringing insights from the U.S. Constitution’s Founding Era and from Christianity to bear in the contemporary public square, with the ultimate goal of creatively transforming the ethical state of the polis.

The Center brings Stover Constitutional Fellows and other illustrious guest speakers to campus and offers a rich array of experiences to a select group of students designated as Stover Scholars. These experiences include special seminars, visits with notable government officials, and internships in the fields of government, law, and public policy.

The Founder and His Vision

The Stover Center reflects the vision and commitment of Dr. W. Robert Stover, a Waynesburg University trustee and alumnus.

In 2006, Dr. Stover approached Waynesburg University’s president, Timothy Thyreen, with the idea of launching the center. Motivated by concerns about the direction in which he saw the nation moving, Dr. Stover sought to create a program in moral leadership based around the Constitution and its principles. It was his hope to prepare students for success as lawyers, elected officials, and leaders in society who would understand the important role the Constitution has held in shaping our country.

Building on Dr. Stover’s inspiration, a committee comprising members of the Waynesburg University faculty and community, along with Dr. Stover and his wife, Joan, developed the plan for the Center and its Stover Scholars program.

Dr. Stover committed to providing the University with funding to support scholarships, to host guest speakers, and to establish the Stover Center for Constitutional Studies and Moral Leadership section in the university’s library.

A 1942 Waynesburg graduate, Dr. Stover earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Science. He went on to study at the University of Illinois and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. During World War II, he served in the United States Navy.

Later, Dr. Stover became a pioneer of the temporary help services industry, founding Western Temporary Services in 1948. He served as chairman and chief executive officer of the company. Under his leadership, it diversified to provide non-clerical temporary help services in the marketing, medical, industrial, and technical fields through more than 200 offices in the U.S. and overseas.

Yellow Jacket student newspaper

The Yellow Jacket is the student newspaper for Waynesburg University. The newspaper is produced entirely by Waynesburg University students and is incorporated into many classes within the university's Department of Communication.
The Yellow Jacket features news on campus and community news, student opinion, coverage of the Presidents' Athletic Conference sports teams, and other topics of student or faculty interest. The Yellow Jacket publishes weekly during the academic year in print and online. The newspaper has been published under the Yellow Jacket nameplate since 1924, though student newspapers at Waynesburg University (then Waynesburg College) date back to 1894. Federal Judge John Clark Knox served as the first student editor of the first student newspaper at Waynesburg College.The Yellow Jacket is a member of the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association and is affiliated with the Waynesburg University student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists.
The staff of the Yellow Jacket has been recognized numerous times by the Pennsylvania NewsMedia Association's Keystone Awards and the Society of Professional Journalists regional Mark of Excellence Awards.[3]

WCYJ-FM

WCYJ is a radio station located on the third floor of Buhl. It is run by students and the Waynesburg communications staff. The current student general manager is Luke Goodling. The faculty adviser is local WANB's jock Doug Wilson. The station plays Adult Contemporary Top-40 hits from the studio at the entry to Buhl, and broadcasts out from the tower located on top of Buhl. The station broadcasts specialty shows, Waynesburg University sports, and even local high school football games.

The station's frequency, 99.5 FM, can be heard within the limits of the Waynesburg borough. You can also listen to "The Hive" online at bit.ly/wcyjfmlisten. Until 2011 the station was called 88.7 "The Buzz".

Every October the station hosts their largest event, Pumpkin Bowling, in Johnson Commons. Their relay for life event, the 24-hour broadcast, has been steadily growing. Radio staff stays in the radio station for 24 straight hours.

WCTV

Waynesburg Community Television is operated by students at Waynesburg University and the general manager is Brennen McCall. The station is available via the Waynesburg Comcast cable system on channel 14 and online at wctv.waynesburg.edu. The studio is located on the 4th floor of Buhl Hall. WCTV broadcasts a variety of student and community oriented programming such as Jacket Sports Weekly, The Buzz, Live at 5 Newscast, Plead Your Case, The Journey and The Waynesburg Effect.

WCTV has won three national awards. They received a Telly Award for a 2013 episode of The Buzz, a Communicator Award for a 2014 episode of The Waynesburg Effect, and another Telly Award for a 2014 episode of The Greene Room.

Community Service

Through the Center for Service Leadership, students are connected with organizations according to their field of study. The college community commits over 50,000 hours of service each year to over 50 agencies and community projects. On average, University students perform 1,400 hours of community service a week, both domestically and internationally.[citation needed]

Waynesburg University is proud to be one of only 27 Bonner Scholar schools in the country offering local, regional and international opportunities to touch the lives of others through service.. With support from the Corella and Bertram F. Bonner Foundation, this unique scholarship program offers selected students financial assistance in return for a commitment to service while enrolled at Waynesburg.

As a Bonner Scholar school, Waynesburg University:

  • Awards 15 new Waynesburg University Bonner Scholarships each academic year.
  • Fosters a program with 60 students, who each serve an average of 10 hours per week.

To be considered for the Bonner Scholar program, an applicant must be accepted to Waynesburg University, must successfully complete the Bonner Scholarship application and interview process, and should:

  • Carry a 3.0 cumulative high school GPA and place in the top 40% of a graduating high school class
  • Qualify financially

Study Abroad

Prepare for a great adventure! When students study abroad, they can explore a world beyond their borders, hear new perspectives, break down barriers, and make new life-long friends. Students are able to deepen their academic understanding, learn a new language, and discover whole new passions. The world is becoming a global village, and people with international experience are a significant asset to employers everywhere.

Vira I. Heinz Scholarship for Women in Global Leadership

The Vira Heinz Scholarship for Women in Global Leadership annually affords three Waynesburg University women the opportunity to experience foreign travel through an established charitable foundation. Up to three scholarships will be awarded to women (sophomore or junior status) who wish to study abroad during the summer between their sophomore and junior or junior and senior years.

The scholarship prepares women for global challenges by offering a unique opportunity for international experiences, leadership development and community service.

Waynesburg University is one of only 16 participating universities in Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Scholarship recipients receive $5,000 to put toward the cost of an international experience of their choosing. To date, nearly 50 Waynesburg University students have received the prestigious scholarship.

In recent years, Waynesburg University Vira I. Heinz Program for Women in Global Leadership scholarship recipients have traveled to Australia, Costa Rica, Egypt, Haiti, India, Italy, Kenya, Mexico, Spain, Mongolia, London and Russia.

*The Vira I. Heinz scholarship is funded by The Heinz Endowments.

To access program application, visit www.viraheinz.pitt.edu

Exchange Programs

EWHA University - South Korea (classes offered in English)

BEI - Northern Ireland – Study at one of five different universities in N. Ireland

Endorsed Programs

Australia Studies Centre- Sydney, Australia

Creation Care – Belize or New Zealand

International Studies Abroad (ISA) - click to see full list of locations

Institute for Study Abroad (IFSA) at Butler University - click to see full list of locations

Latin American Studies Program- San Jose, Costa Rica (Classes are in Spanish and English)

LCC International University- Lithuania (Classes are in English)

Middle East Studies Program- Amman, Jordan

Oxford Summer Program - Oxford, England

Scholars' Semester in Oxford- Oxford, England

Semester in Spain – Seville, Spain (Classes are in Spanish)

Uganda Studies Program- Mukono, Uganda

Endorsed Universities

American University of Rome

Queens University – Belfast, N. Ireland

Northumbria University, Newcastle, England

Massey University – New Zealand

University of Waikato – New Zealand

Tokyo Christian University – Inzai City, Japan

Graduate and Professional Studies (GPS)

Waynesburg University offers graduate programs in business, counseling, education, criminal investigation and nursing as well as professional degree completion programs in nursing. The programs are designed to serve the working professional in the Pittsburgh region and beyond through curriculums that are rigorous, challenging and rewarding as we educate the leaders of the Pittsburgh region and around the globe. With off-campus centers located in Cranberry, Monroeville and Southpointe, students can easily find a location that is close to home or work. Through our mission of making connections between faith, learning and serving, Waynesburg University seeks to inspire students to a life of leadership and purpose for the glory of God. Waynesburg's goal is to help build the foundation for students to transform their communities and the world.

The Graduate School of Professional Studies program offers degrees in athletic training, business, nursing, education, counseling and criminal investigation in three Pittsburgh locations as well as in Waynesburg and online. The Master of Business Administration program is the third largest in the Pittsburgh region.[citation needed] Waynesburg University also offers a Doctoral Program of Nursing (CCNE Accredited) Practice and Ph.D. in Counselor Education and Supervision (CACREP Accredited).

Athletics

 Official athletics logo.
Official athletics logo.

Waynesburg University teams, known athletically as the Yellow Jackets, compete in the Presidents' Athletic Conference (PAC) of the National Collegiate Athletic Association's Division III. Men's sports include baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and wrestling; while women's sports include basketball, cross country, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, indoor and outdoor track & field and volleyball.

Football

In 1939, Waynesburg University's football team played in the first televised football game against Fordham University, losing by a score of 34 to 7.[4] In 1966 under head coach Carl DePasqua, The Yellow Jackets football team won the NAIA Football National Championship game in Tulsa, Oklahoma. The Yellow Jackets are also 2–0 against Penn State. They played the Nittany Lions in 1931 and 1932, beating them 7–0 and 7–6, respectively.

Notable people

References

External links

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