Great Change, Right Next Door

It’s Black History Month and one of the main aspects it’s known for is showcasing the great figures of the past. It’s a time to look back at the people who changed the world from before and how they affect our future. The names we hear commonly are people like Martin Luther King Jr. and …

News Flash: WAU partnership with Montgomery College!

    Washington Adventist University is proud to announce a formal articulation agreement with Montgomery College. This means that students who graduate with an Associate of Arts degree in Communication Studies from Montgomery College can seamlessly enroll in a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication at WAU. WAU’s Communication degree has concentrations in Public Relations …

Music Fest 2020: In the Words of Kendall, Dean, and Addie

On February 5, Washington Adventist University opened its campus up to students from schools all across the Columbia Union. Over the course of three days, these students tirelessly rehearsed and perfected several pieces of music in preparation for a Friday night concert and Sabbath morning performances. I had the pleasure of stopping by our neighboring …

WISE Week

There’s nothing like WAU’s week of prayer, also known as WISE week. It brings an atmosphere to the campus that nothing else can bring, and for that we are thankful. WISE week, which happened January 27th – February 1st was all about testimony and bringing the university community closer to God.    The theme of …

Cariel Coates

Street Singer On A Mission

If you take a walk down to Farragut Square in D.C., you might hear the voice of an angel. Coincidentally this angel happens to attend Washington Adventist University for Clinical Psychology and is using her voice to support her studies and spread a message of faith.   Cariel Coates felt led to the D.C. region …

Martin Luther King Breakfast

Celebrate King

“If we are not careful, our colleges will produce a group of close-minded, unscientific, illogical propagandists, consumed with immoral acts. Be careful, ‘brethren!’ Be careful; teachers!”  Martin Luther King Jr., “The Purpose of Education” for Morehouse College student newspaper, The Maroon Tiger, 1947.    This quote is powerful and not to be taken lightly! It …

Cheryl Kisunzu

Opening Convocation 2020

The new semester is officially here and WAU started off the year with a grand welcome!  The semester began with Opening Convocation, which was held at Sligo Seventh-day Adventist Church. Beautiful music was played by the String Quartet for the prelude as students, faculty, and staff filled the church. As the program continued, the opening …

New Site For A New Decade – WAU.EDU

Good first impressions are essential. The first moment you have with a new person can spell how you’ll be perceived at every new juncture of your relationship and color every interaction. It is with this important principle in mind that Washington Adventist University is proud and excited to present its built-from-the-ground-up new website. The priority …

SHARING JOY

Michelle was excited for the gift list she made this year! She had just moved into a new apartment and she made a very organized list that was sent to everyone. Artwork, plants, a new dish set…she wanted to make sure she got everything she wanted.   In this process, Michelle started to feel anxious. …

'Gateway to Service' arch on WAU campus

He’s Calling You

Javel Walcott was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he lived with his mother, grandmother, and step-grandfather. Although he was raised in a Seventh-day Adventist home, the church did not interest him, primarily because he did not fully understand its concept at such a young age. It wasn’t until he turned ten years old …

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