Administration & Student Government

‘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

An Open Letter to the Student Body

Dear Griffins, First of all, thank you. Thank you for putting your trust in us to represent you and your concerns to the college administration and the broader community. We are excited to get to work...Read More

Exclusive: President Dobkin releases approximate Westminster budget for 2020-21 fiscal year

In a Feb. 25 email, President Beth Dobkin shared the approximate budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year with The Forum, marking the first time such information has been released to the general student bod...Read More

ASW Election: Meet the students running for government

Campaigning for ASW elections began Monday for students to elect the next student government board. There are eight candidates running for the five elected student board and senator positions. Voting ...Read More

How a failed ASW Senate bill helped ignite years of food insecurity efforts on campus

Efforts to increase resources pertaining to food and housing insecurity began in ASW Senate during the 2018-19 academic year by former President Jazmin May.

Graduation is on: Westminster to host in-person commencement ceremonies

Westminster College will host its 2021 graduation ceremonies in person, dividing commencement into three groups, according to an email sent out to students Wednesday. The ceremonies will be held outsi...Read More

Westminster to provide new tuition insurance program, guaranteeing refund for students facing ‘unexpected hardships’

Westminster College will switch to a new tuition insurance provider at the beginning of the Fall 2021 semester, automatically enrolling students in a program that will provide up to a 75% refund for t...Read More

ASW election delayed until end of March; leaders express concern of low student interest

ASW elections are expected to occur at the end of March as opposed to the usual mid-February as a result of empty seats, low student interest and little student participation, according to ASW leaders...Read More

Administration urges students to remember masks in public spaces, citing violations in dining areas

Administration officials at Westminster College sent two emails over the last week, urging students to wear masks in public spaces after reports of noncompliance in the Shaw Student Center.