ROSEMONT, Pa. - The Colonial States Athletic Conference Board of Directors has announced today that the conference shall suspend all intercollegiate competition for the Fall 2020 season. A final decision on the possibility of future intercollegiate competition for fall sports, including the possibility of conducting fall intercollegiate competition in Spring 2021, as well as a plan for intercollegiate competition for winter sports, will be made by the end of September.
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Fifty students completed the Wilson College Teacher Certification Pathways program.
ROSEMONT, Pa. - The Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) Board of Directors, in collaboration with the conference office staff and institutional administrators, remains committed to developing a safe, competitive and meaningful athletic experience for its student-athletes, coaches, officials and spectators in 2020-21 in light of the challenges resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Wilson College has named William E. Sommers of Chambersburg, Pa., as the new vice president for enrollment management.
Beginning with the fall 2020 semester, students accepted into the Wilson College Single Parent Scholar Program will no longer have to pay for on-campus housing.
Almost 300 Wilson students will successfully graduate this year! This is a remarkable achievement considering the challenges they faced and overcame when the campus had to close during their final semester in response to the COVOD 19 pandemic. Parents, friends, faculty and any member of the Wilson community can celebrate this success and show support for a graduate or all the graduates by simply following the link to our downloadable graphics.
Wilson College recently signed a dual enrollment agreement with the Shippensburg Area School District (SASD) that allows qualified Shippensburg Area Senior High School students to take classes at Wilson at a reduced cost.
Approximately 119 students presented the results of their undergraduate and graduate research covering a variety of disciplines and topics at Wilson College’s 11th annual Student Research Day, held Friday, May 1. The presentations were held virtually using Zoom videoconferencing to allow students to present their research to an audience of campus community members online.
Wilson College honored students and faculty members at its annual Academic Awards ceremony held remotely on Friday, May 1, due to social distancing measures in place because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wilson College has named Tina L. Hill its new director of intercollegiate athletics. Hill, who brings more than 29 years of experience in NCAA Division III intercollegiate athletics administration, will replace longtime faculty member and Wilson athletics director Lori Frey, who last year announced her desire to return to teaching full time.