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Whether you come for a campus visit, fine arts program, or athletic event, SWU seeks to provide educational and cultural opportunities not just to our campus community but to the greater community around us.

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    Graduation at SWU

    05.17.07 | Academics

    The Honorable Justice Paul Martin Newby addressed the nearly 400 graduates of Southern Wesleyan University May 12 at two separate ceremonies. Newby, Associate Justice with the North Carolina Supreme Court, told the graduates that they should...

      2007 Honors Convocation at SWU

      05.04.07 | Academics | Awards and recognitions

      SWU students received awards for their achievements during honors convocation May 1 at the university’s campus in Central. Above, SWU student Mitch McKay, right, receives a minority leadership award from Provost Keith Iddings as University...

        Authors address world issues in new books

        11.21.06 | Academics

        The topics range from cancer to oil reserves and from the Middle East to women’s justice. Three authors with ties to Southern Wesleyan University have published books recently. Southern Wesleyan University alumni Roland Cavanaugh and Steve...

          SWU offers criminal justice

          11.13.06 | Academics | Social Science

          Criminal justice is the latest of 33 majors available for students at Southern Wesleyan University. Richard Rogers, criminal justice coordinator at the university, says the program will produce graduates who will be able to use their skills in...

            Filming at SWU

            10.03.06 | Academics | Community | Faculty | Humanities

            A film crew with Moore Huntley Productions visited Southern Wesleyan University Sept. 24 to interview Michael Keaton, an adjunct history professor at the university for a History Channel documentary.