An Active, Engaged Campus Community
At Wittenberg, you will find professors willing to do whatever it takes to ensure your understanding of a subject. One even rented a hockey rink.
You will find a campus rich with tradition yet flexible enough to be able to offer activities tailored to your recreational interests and career aspirations. From a gospel choir to the caving club, students annually enrich campus life with their own interests and subsequent ability to turn their interests into full-fledged programs that inspire others.
Add to those options avenues aimed at developing leadership skills -- one student led the campaign to start a Confidence Coalition while another worked with the WittEntrepreneurs to develop his own business -- and Wittenberg quickly becomes the poster child for hands-on learning at its best.
Off-campus, the connections continue through the Hagen Center for Civic & Urban Engagement. A few students in partnership with their professors are even working to turn Springfield's own Buck Creek into a recreational corridor and a kayaking dream.
Beyond campus, our alumni are leaders in their fields, in their communities, nationally and on a global scale. Leaders in business, medicine, law, communication, science, education and art regularly hold a Wittenberg degree, as do some of the best former scholar-athletes in Division III.
The best classrooms have the best teaching, and Wittenberg’s commitment to applied teaching shines not only in national rankings, but in the lives of Wittenberg students, who go on to lead personal, professional and civic lives of of creativity, service, compassion, and integrity.
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