A Newsletter for Alumni and Friends of North Carolina Wesleyan College

Congratulations to Our December Graduates!

 

North Carolina Wesleyan College held its annual December commencement on Saturday, December 10 in Minges Auditorium of the Dunn Center.  Stephen B. King, former Special Assistant to Earl Butz, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture was the commencement speaker.  For more graduation photos visit http://ncwc.edu/graduationphotogallery/ 

 

Building 429 And Josh Wilson Coming To The Dunn Center  
North Carolina Wesleyan College is excited to announce Building 429 featuring Josh Wilson and Special Guest are coming to The Dunn Center for the Performing Arts on March 23, 2017 at 7:30 pm.  Tickets are $50 VIP*, $20 General, and $17 Groups of 10+ and can be purchased at www.dunncenter.com or by calling (252) 985-5197. 
*VIP tickets include early entry at 5:30 pm, Q&A session with the artists, photo opportunity, and premium seating.  If you miss the Q&A session and photo opportunity, we will not be able to reschedule another time and will not issue discounts or refunds.

NC Wesleyan To Launch Alumni Directory Project

Wesleyan has authorized Publishing Concepts (PCI) to launch a project to update contact information for all Wesleyan alumni and to create a new alumni directory.
  
Starting soon, you will receive e-mails, postcards, and phone calls from PCI requesting that you update your contact information.  We encourage you to respond to these communications.  Once PCI has collected the information, the company will compile the data and create a new alumni directory.

PCI is a trusted partner of NC Wesleyan College.  We hope you will participate in our alumni directory project. 
If you have questions, please contact Tammy Harrell, Director of Alumni Relations, at tharrell@ncwc.edu or 252-985-5141.
Scholarships Make A Difference

Having the honor of being named the fastest growing small private college in North Carolina for the past two consecutive years is exciting, but also brings a greater need for scholarship assistance with it.  Th e traditional student enrollment is at a record high 950 and expected to keep rising.  As Wesleyan continues to grow its student population, the need for the General Endowed Scholarship Fund to distribute more funding will increase as well. 
 
Your gift before year-end will help increase the endowed scholarship value which, in turn, will enable the college to award additional scholarships to deserving students seeking advanced knowledge at North Carolina Wesleyan. 
 
You can donate online at www.ncwc.edu/give.  Your gift CAN make a difference! 
Carl Turner, Jr. '93
Proud Alumni & Scholarship Donor

 
"As a 1993 graduate, I fondly look back on my education, my experiences, and my friendships while at North Carolina Wesleyan College. I was afforded these opportunities through the help and support of my parents, scholarships, and financial aid. Two years ago my wife and I decided to start a scholarship so that we could help a student each year have the same opportunity to obtain a competitive education and create life-long memories like I experienced at Wesleyan. I encourage you to give a gift to N.C. Wesleyan College so that others may also enjoy the experience of attending and graduating from this great college."
Emmanuel Williams '18
Scholarship Recipient
       
"Since I was a freshmen in high school it has always been my dream to attend college. Not having much growing up in Washington, NC was a challenging time for me. I always had to work for my blessing. That's why I don't take for granted being a recipient of scholarships from North Carolina Wesleyan College. It really means a lot to my family that somebody finds the heart to give their hard earned money so that I can receive my education. It encourages me to become greater than what I am now. I am strongly involved on this great campus serving my second term as Student Government Association (SGA) President. I also work as a Resident Assistant (RA) and perform with a God gifted choir called Voices of Triumph.When somebody invests in me, I invest my time and energy in becoming better."
Jared Johnson '18
Scholarship Recipient

"I am very thankful for the scholarships that have given me the opportunity to attend North Carolina Wesleyan College. Before my time at Wesleyan, I was nervous about how I was going to afford college. I was blessed to receive scholarships that made college financially possible for me to pursue my education. I hope to obtain a bachelor's degree in both Business Administration and Accounting in the spring of 2018. Because of the training and teachings that I have received during my time at N.C. Wesleyan, I am prepared for the future! I hope to take the knowledge that I've accumulated at Wesleyan to graduate school, where I will pursue a master's degree in Business or Accounting. "
 

Beverly Anaele '19
Scholarship Recipient
 
 "For many individuals, getting a higher education is an unattainable dream because of life's primary obstacle: funding! For students like myself who received scholarships to do so, getting an education is a dream come true. I now have bound-less opportunities to grow, flourish, and conduct activities to make positive impacts before graduate school! Since I've been at Wesleyan, I've been able to do just that through clubs and organizations like the Taylor-Crocker Honors Program, Refuge, Nu Gamma Phi Sisterhood, Science Club, and as a co-founder of North Carolina's first Generation United Nations chapter, an affiliate of the U.N.. These organizations are collectively brandishing me as a Christian and propelling me toward my future as a globally-focused humanitarian doctor. Education is the pathway to success, and scholarships are definitely the vehicles helping me to get there."
 
 You can make a difference in the lives of other aspiring students. Believe in tomorrow today...Give
 
 
Wesleyan's Christmas Gift To The Community
       
Wesleyan presented its Christmas gift to the community on December 1.  Festivities included hayrides, a live nativity, strolling characters, Santa Claus, bands, and refreshments.  The highlight of the evening was the performance of The Best Christmas Pageant Ever.  The evening was enjoyed by young and old.
 
Tuition Discount Available to EMS, Fire and Law Enforcement
 
 
North Carolina Wesleyan College is pleased to announce a new tuition discount which is available to law enforcement, fire and EMS professionals. This discount will take effect for the spring 2017 semester starting on Monday, January 9, 2017.

Professionals who work in the fields of law enforcement, fire, or EMS can now receive a 10% tuition discount to help support their pursuit of a bachelor's degree. This discount is available to full-time and part-time employees in these fields. At North Carolina Wesleyan College we appreciate those who serve their communities and by offering a tuition discount it is our hope that earning a bachelor's degree is now made more financially attainable.

2016 Reindeer Dash For Cash Held

Members of the Wesleyan Women's Softball team along with several staff members from Wesleyan's Office of College Advancement manned water stations and cheered along participants in the 12th Annual Reindeer Dash for Cash 10 Miler and 5K Run in Greenville, NC on Sunday, December 4. 
 
The Reindeer Dash for Cash is a fundraising event to benefit the Captain Christopher Cash Memorial Foundation of NC, Inc.  All proceeds are awarded as college scholarships at North Carolina Wesleyan College, East Carolina University, ECU Army ROTC, ECU Air Force ROTC, and NCNG Association Educational Foundation. Each year, the foundation offers deserving students the financial assistance needed to pursue a higher education.  Christopher Cash '93 was a Wesleyan alum and was killed in action in Iraq in June, 2004.
 
Reserve Your Wesleyan Memorial Brick
 
Students,organizations, parents, alumni, and community supporters now have the opportunity to inscribe their names at North Carolina Wesleyan College.  The Office of Alumni Relations is selling bricks to be placed at the new entrance located at the south end of the Pearsall Library addition, or at the Leon Russell Chapel entrance.

Your brick will be a permanent tribute on the NCWC campus.  In years to come, your family members, students, alumni, faculty, and visitors will see your name and recognize your loyalty to the College.  Your gift is a special way to support NCWC.

A brick is a wonderful opportunity to honor a mentor, memorialize a loved one, commemorate an occasion or event, or simply make public your support to NCWC. Click here for complete ordering information. 

 
If you know of any senior cheerleaders or dancers looking to be a big fish in a small pond, NC Wesleyan is the perfect college. Here, they can be a part of a ground-breaking program with a BIG vision! Feel free to share this flyer with any coaches, parents or athletes you know! #TeamWesleyan
December 2016
In This Issue

Upcoming Events
 
The Nutcracker
December 17

 

Christmas
December 25

First Day of Classes
January 11

 


 

  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Links
 
 
 
 
 
Join the Battling Bishops Club
 
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
Rachel T. Dix Bookstore 
  
 
 

 
 

2016-2017 Series
 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 


 

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