Featured in Wilson Magazine: Back to the Books

Throughout the past 35 years of Wilson’s Adult Degree Program (ADP), adult learners have sought degrees for many reasons—to advance a career, begin a career, enhance their knowledge or expand their worldview, acquire new skills or complete a personal goal.

Wilson College Offers Free Financial Aid Sessions

Wilson College will offer free sessions on how to complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on Tuesday, Jan. 17, in Wilson’s Brooks Science Complex. The sessions will be held at 5:30 and 7 p.m. and are open to anyone who is interested.

Wilson Offers New Master's Degree in Educational Technology

Building on its master’s degree program in education, Wilson College has partnered with Eduspire, an innovative provider of continuing education courses for teachers, to add a Master of Educational Technology degree to its growing list of graduate programs.

Wilson Names New Director of Fine Arts Program

Choreographer, performer, dance historian and artistic director Joshua Legg, formerly of Winchester, Va., has been named the new director of the Wilson College Master of Fine Arts program, effective in January 2017.

Wilson Receives Grant for After-School Tutoring Program

The Franklin County Foundation, a regional foundation of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities (TFEC), has awarded Wilson College a grant of $6,238 to provide transportation for up to 20 elementary school children to attend the college’s after-school tutoring program.