Several years ago a short statement became very popular in our country; it simply said, “Be patient, God isn’t finished with me yet.” When reflecting on that statement and thinking about student life on the campus of Washington Adventist University (WAU), I am reminded that the finishing and refining process occurs for several reasons, and one of those reasons is to pass on to others what we have learned.
The word LEGACY is the theme for our Student Life activities this year at WAU—LEadership, God, Actions, Commitment, and You. We have challenged our student leaders to develop goal setting, communication, trust, and accountability leadership skills within the context of a God-led life; and to leave this same LEGACY with their fellow students.
That we leave a Christ-centered legacy with our students is the ultimate mission of Washington Adventist University. As our student leaders learn to use the gifts and talents God has measured out, I ask your prayers for the legacy they are attempting to leave with their fellow students. May we all have clarity in knowing that God isn’t finished with us yet!
WAU is a Christ-centered institution of higher education that supports a culture of excellence where all feel valued.
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Washington Adventist University cordially invites you and your family to attend our upcoming Open House information session.
The event will be held on Sunday, April 7, 2013 in Wilkinson Hall from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Open House is your opportunity to:
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Start here if you plan to start WAU as a Freshman, or if you are transferring from another college or university as an undergraduate student and plan to attend daytime classes that are a part of the School of Arts and Social Sciences or the School of Health Professions, Science & Wellness.
The undergraduate evening degree program in the School of Graduate & Profeesional Studies (SGPS) offers accelerated degree completion with classes one night a week. If you are a working professional or an undergraduate student 20 years of age or older seeking to complete an undergraduate degree apply, this is the program for you.
The SGPS Graduate Studies program provides accelerated graduate programs to working professionals who have earned an undergraduate degree. You can complete a graduate degree in 12 to 24 months. Apply now to earn one of our challenging and rewarding graduate degrees
The best way to get a feel for life at Washington Adventist University is to come for a visit. Meet with faculty members, get to know your coaches, talk and eat with students, and attend convocation. Sit in on a class. Meet some new friends. Ask questions. Do the things that students at WAU do every day, and learn what drew them here.
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