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Campus Happenings

WBU Theatre to Hold Spring Auditions

Posted: December 14, 2011 in Student Life

PLAINVIEW – The Wayland Baptist University theatre department will hold auditions for its upcoming spring shows on Jan. 10 at 6:30 p.m. in the Black Box, Harral Auditorium’s studio theatre. The department will present two shows. “The God of Carnage,” a comedy about two urban couples attempting to maturely resolve an altercation that occurred between […]

Head for the Plains – It’s Gold Rush Time!

Posted: October 7, 2011 in Student Life

Head for the Plains – It’s Gold Rush Time! Gold Rush is Wayland’s fall preview event scheduled this year for Saturday, November 5. It’s one day packed full of information and opportunities for prospective students and their families. Join us for 8:30 check-in and breakfast followed by scholarship drawings, tours, auditions, tryouts, entertainment, and lots […]

Math professors solves the Rubik’s riddle

Posted: September 30, 2011 in WBU News

How many licks does it take to get to the center of a Tootsie Pop? The world may never know. But unlike the tantalizingly tasty treat, the world has been able to uncover the solution to another pop-culture question that has plagued the masses. How do you solve the Rubik’s Cube? Wayland Baptist University School […]

Nursing school starting online master’s degree

Posted: August 4, 2011 in Academics

  Beginning in the fall, the School of Nursing at Wayland Baptist University will launch a Master of Science in Nursing degree, offered completely online. The school, which is housed at Wayland’s campus in San Antonio, began to work on plans and research for a nurse educator-focused graduate degree not long after it got it’s […]

After 71 Years, West Baptist University to Get Back Football Team

Posted: July 6, 2011 in Athletics

After 71 Years, West Baptist University to Get Back Football Team At long last football has been brought back to Wayland Baptist University, known for their online degree programs. It’s been 71 years but the wait is finally over. The school announced on Thursday that there will be football at WBU starting in the fall […]

Science department preparing for courses in Kenya

Posted: June 8, 2011 in Academics,Student Life

The Wayland Baptist University School of Math and Science will be teaching a suite of courses in Kenya during the summer of 2012. The courses – general ecology, vertebrate taxonomy and environmental science – will be taught in a hybrid format that will include three to four weeks of field work in Kenya.             “Students […]

Early registration offers students a jump start at fall enrollment

Posted: May 19, 2011 in Admissions

Wayland Baptist University will offer three different early registration sessions for new students during the summer.             The one-day sessions offer new freshmen and transfer students the opportunity to take placement tests, meet with faculty advisors in your major area and discuss academic plans, meet with financial aid advisors, and lock in class registrations before […]

Henderson Introduced As New Head Football Coach

Posted: May 5, 2011 in Athletics

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4dtBIq6BUa0&feature=channel_video_title[/youtube]One of the most respected high school football coaches in the Texas Panhandle has agreed to become the new head football coach at Wayland Baptist University. Butch Henderson was introduced at a press conference held this morning in the lobby of the Pete and Nelda Laney Student Activities Center. According to Dr. Greg Feris, WBU […]

El Paso native juggles various activities while at Wayland

Posted: April 27, 2011 in Student Life

How does a math major end up on the theatre stage and in the marching band? At Wayland Baptist University, it’s easy for folks to get involved in just about anything they can squeeze into their schedule.             Just ask Bobby Hon, a senior from El Paso. Bobby graduates this May from Wayland, a Baptist […]

Harger finds her calling

Posted: April 19, 2011 in Student Life

PLAINVIEW – It’s not every day an injury gives direction to one’s life, but that is exactly what happened to Kimberli Harger, a student at Wayland Baptist University. An outside hitter for the Pioneer volleyball team, the 5-10 junior came to Wayland from Lubbock Cooper High School. Recruited for her volleyball skills, Harger probably wouldn’t […]