Administration & Student Government

Westminster announces Spring COVID-19 updates, flexible start to semester

Westminster College announced the first two weeks of Spring semester will “be flexible” to mitigate the impact of the Omicron variant of COVID-19, according to the COVID updates webpage. Professors ma...Read More

Westminster implements revised course evaluation instrument to elicit more objective feedback

In the 2021 Spring semester, Westminster College implemented a revised course evaluation instrument after faculty voted to amend the previous survey-based evaluation system Oct. 2020, according to Wes...Read More

Westminster Town Hall talks about COVID-19 booster shots, new normal

Westminster College students, staff and faculty met during an ASW Town Hall Oct. 26 to discuss questions regarding the future of Westminster in relation to COVID-19 pandemic. The Town Hall took place ...Read More

New Disability Justice program sparks conversation of inaccessibility on campus

Disability Justice is a new program under the Student Diversity Inclusion Center created by Westminster College students who noticed campus is inaccessible for disabled students. The program hopes to ...Read More

ASW events rebuild Westminster community

ASW Events President and sophomore neuroscience major Ashlee Szwedko said this year’s focus for ASW events is on tradition and partners from the Westminster College community. With a drop in attendanc...Read More

ASW Judicial holds extended elections to fill positions

The process of running for the ASW Senate was extended to fill seats following the traditional election cycle for ASW Judicial last Spring.

Westminster gives $2.6 million in emergency funds to students

Westminster College is allocating $2.56 million in Higher Education Emergency Funds, “HEERF III,” to students with financial need. The funds give qualifying students emergency grant money, which can b...Read More

Westminster requires COVID-19 vaccinations by Oct. 15

Westminster requires all staff, faculty and students to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by Oct. 15. The college will also require the community, regardless of vaccination status, to wear masks in...Read More

‘We must do more’: Westminster responds to Chauvin verdicts

After a trial that was deemed historic, several leaders of Westminster College issued statements reminding the community that work for racial justice is not over — rather, this is only a short m...Read More

Restoring lost connections, addressing lack of inclusion among main priorities for new ASW board

Missed opportunities during COVID-19 and a lack of diversity and inclusion are among the main focuses for ASW President-elect Brendan Sudberry and Vice President-elect Deaun Saxby, who won Westminster...Read More