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WilmU winter 2019 commencement graduate

WilmU Honors 2019 Graduates

More than 2,000 degrees awarded at three commencement ceremonies Wilmington University awarded 2,196 academic degrees in its Winter Commencement ceremonies at the Chase Center on the Riverfront on January 27th

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Distinguished Alumni List

Distinguished Alumni List

The Nominations Are In! In honor of Wilmington University’s 50th anniversary, the Alumni Association is excited to announce the names of those alumni nominated for its Distinguished Alumni Award. Congratulations to the following alums, and thanks to family members, friends and colleagues who Nominated them. Stay involved with your alumni association. Membership is free! As an alumna or alumnus of […]

Women’s Leadership Award Presented to Wilmington University President Dr. LaVerne T. Harmon

Women’s Leadership Award Presented to Wilmington University President Dr. LaVerne T. Harmon

Wilmington University President Dr. LaVerne T. Harmon was awarded the Women’s Leadership Award at the New Castle County Chamber of Commerce 28th Annual Women’s Leadership Conference. The yearly conference provides a forum for women at all levels in business to network, find resources and discover business and educational opportunities. Following morning workshops, the Keynote and […]

AmeriCorps Volunteers Earn Tuition Assistance at Wilmington University

AmeriCorps Volunteers Earn Tuition Assistance at Wilmington University

WilmU is the first school in the First State to strike an alliance with the national community service program Photo Credit: AmeriCorps & Habitat for Humanity Build-A-Thon 2018  |  by National Service Photos (New Castle, Delaware) Wilmington University has become the first school in Delaware to offer tuition assistance to AmeriCorps alumni. This educational alliance, […]

Starting Early

Starting Early

Learn how the Early College program helped incoming freshman Alexis Webb complete almost a semester worth of courses before graduating high school.

Be the Change

Be the Change

Judy Hutt is passionate about helping others. She works with women in prison to develop the life skills they need to become productive members of society.

First to the Bench

First to the Bench

Student Veda Wooley will be attending the Drexel University Thomas R. Kline School of Law this fall as the first Wilmington University alum to be admitted.