Administration & Student Government

Westminster releases Fall schedule, moves ahead with in-person classes

Westminster College confirmed Tuesday it would be holding its Fall semester in-person, beginning classes as scheduled Aug. 19. However, the administration adjusted some aspects of the semester schedul...Read More

Westminster joins statewide project to sew 5 million masks for health care workers

Westminster College announced Wednesday it would be contributing to the statewide Project Protect, joining efforts to sew five million masks for frontline health care workers. The project is a coaliti...Read More

Administration: Westminster intends to resume in-person instruction in the fall

Westminster College’s administration announced Wednesday it intends to resume in-person instruction for the 2020 Fall semester — implementing adjustments that will cause some aspects of ca...Read More

Westminster will receive smallest amount of funding from federal $2 trillion stimulus package

The CARES act, a $2 trillion stimulus package, has been passed by the federal government to aid the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic. Utah schools and colleges will receive over $200 million of this ...Read More

6 Westminster scholars recognized by National Science Foundation

Six students from Westminster College were awarded fellowships and honorable mentions from the National Science Foundation, providing opportunities for international research and professional developm...Read More

ASW swears in new student board in first-ever virtual ceremony

ASW swore in its newly-elected student board for the 2020-21 school year Wednesday, hosting the ceremony virtually via Zoom after the campus has been closed for the remainder of the semester. “W...Read More

Administration to increase student wages in the fall

Students can expect to see an increase of the campus minimum wage starting in the Fall semester, according to an email sent out by President Beth Dobkin March 22. The lowest student wage will be set a...Read More

Giovale Library joins efforts to create 3-D printed masks amid shortage

The Giovale Library has joined efforts to use its 3-D printer to produce face masks for health care workers at the University of Utah, as they face a shortage amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Funds available for students during ‘unprecedented times’

The Westminster College community has come together to provide funds for students displaced after Spring semester changes caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. According to the Westminster website, housing...Read More

ASW unveils COVID-19 relief fund with money left over from budgets

ASW announced Wednesday it would be supporting students displaced from the spread of coronavirus through a new COVID-19 relief fund. The student leaders say they can provide up to $400 per request, bu...Read More

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