William Woods University
Week of April 6th
William Woods University waives late fees and removes registration holds for students’ families

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted every facet of society. Now, William Woods University (WWU) is stepping up to help one of the many segments of the population that is feeling the financial bite of the crisis – families.

WWU students benefit from interesting internship opportunities across the U.S.
At William Woods, students receive education both inside and outside the classroom that prepare them to succeed in the real world. Recently, The Woods Today’s Veronica Townsend caught up with three students who gained valuable professional world experience through another opportunity at The Woods – high-profile internships.

William Woods University announces admissions initiatives
William Woods University (WWU) is adopting new initiatives designed to simplify admission to the University, and make college more affordable overall.

5 Questions for Kristen Oesch, WWU Nurse Practitioner
Nurses and other health care professionals have been the heroes of the COVID-19 crisis. Taking care of, educating, and helping to prevent the spread of illness on the WWU campus is the role that Nurse Practitioner Kristen Oesch has performed for over 10 years. Never has that role been more critical than now. Reporter Veronica Townsend recently discussed her pivotal campus role with Oesch for the Woods Today .

WWU Counseling and Health Services remain dedicated to providing care to our WWU students, faculty and staff. Remember to contact us for refills now and other healthcare needs to get you through the summer months.
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new Equestrian Science view book

The brand new Equestrian Studies digital view book is ready for you to explore. In depth information on available programs along with beautiful, visual spreads on all four seats.

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2020 Senior Art Exhibition
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