Dakota Wesleyan University

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Engage with faculty who will challenge and mentor you. Explore career opportunities that align with your strengths. Test your skills in meaningful service to others. Graduate grounded in your faith, prepared for success.

Sarah Zaiser

Sarah Zaiser

Biology Student

Biology students at DWU have a proven track record – in medical school, research positions and education. Sarah is a researcher at heart; she has done undergraduate research in infectious diseases through the Biomedical Research Infrastructure Network as well as on campus with her DWU professors.

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Amy Zeller

Amy Zeller

Nonprofit Administration Student

DWU’s nonprofit administration major will prepare you manage and make a difference in the nonprofit sector. Amy has worked on food insecurity projects locally, and she’s traveled to Africa with the McGovern Center.

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Abby Roseland

Abby Roseland

Music Student

At DWU, you can major in music, perform as a musician or both. Abby is pursuing a career in music therapy.

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Spring Ring Handbell Festival will showcase local and area bell choirs

The DWU Spring Ring Handbell Festival invites area choirs to perform free concert on April 30.

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DWU students and faculty help clean up trash by Lake Mitchell for the 2016 Great Wesleyan Giveback.

Great Wesleyan Giveback set for early May

Great Wesleyan Giveback will be May 2 with hundreds of DWU students, staff and faculty conducting community service in Mitchell.

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Dakota Wesleyan campus showing Allen Hall, the Corrigan Science Center and Sherman Center.

DWU’s Entrepreneurship Day will open ‘mall’ to public

DWU is inviting the community to its Entrepreneurship Day “mall,” where dozens of vendors will show off their latest startups.

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