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This Thursday, February 27, the WOU community is invited to attend a lecture by Dr. Sonia Kania titl [...]

WOU’s Black Student Union (BSU) is one of several student organizations on campus focused on support [...]

WOU is comprised of many departments, all working together to ensure that students are well supporte [...]

Looking for things to do at WOU this next week? We’ve got you covered with a selection of upcoming e [...]

At WOU, many students have participated in internships that correlate to their career goals. One of [...]

Commencement is approaching quickly! The actual day does have a set schedule and there are places th [...]

Commencement is here! With the whirlwind that is Commencement, it’s easy to forget good places where [...]

Sweet summer is right around the corner and while the thought of looming finals haunts everyone’s mi [...]

This Girl Laughs, This Girl Cries, This Girl Does Nothing By Finegan Kruckemeyer is a story about th [...]

Since arriving at WOU, there are very few performances in theatre and dance that I have missed. Duri [...]

  • We're one week out from Giving Day. 😍 We're so excited to make a huge impact on students in a 24-hour period. There will be lots of ways for you to get involved, starting with graphics like this save the date you can download at wou.edu/givingday and share to spread the word. #WOUGivingDay #WolvesGiveBack #HowlAboutIt
  • Criminal Justice student Leo Marquez spent half of last year doing an internship with the Marion County District Attorney's office where he informed victims of their rights, provided them assistance and emotional support, attended district attorney hearings, and more.

Leo has an incredibly personal reason for choosing to pursue this internship and Criminal Justice as a major. When he was just 12 years old, he and his family were victims of a home invasion.

He said that it “changed the way I perceive a lot of different things about law enforcement,” in that the support he and his family received after the home invasion was surprising. Officers took time to explain to Leo's family what happened, ensuring they were okay and connected them to resources available to them. He recognized the positive impact law enforcement had on him during the troubling time, and he wants to be that for other victims.

#HowlAboutIt #CriminalJustice #WeAreWOU
  • It's Mystery Monday! What building is this a part of? We'll draw a prize winner from all who guess correctly in the comments by 11:59pm tonight.
  • We're two weeks away from WOU's Giving Day! We'll be asking for your support to help spread the word about our Giving Day so we can try to raise as much as possible to support student scholarships and programs.

We'll have fun challenges, interviews with students, and all sorts of great stuff happening. March 3 will be here before we know it. #WOUGivingDay #HowlAboutIt
  • We're thrilled to announce Today at WOU (today.wou.edu)

This site is your one-stop-shop for WOU news, upcoming events (and ticket/parking information), profiles on members of the WOU community, athletics stories, helpful tips, links to our student media outlets, videos, and more. #HowlAboutIt
  • How is winter term going for you? Days like today sure make it extra great to be in Monmouth. #HowlAboutIt
  • Happy Valentine's Day! We made some WOU-themed Valentine's to celebrate the day. We've got them all available for download (plus Instagram stories sized!) at today.wou.edu. Which one's your favorite? ❤️🐾 #HowlAboutIt #ValentinesDay2020
  • Valsetz is hosting a special Valentine's dinner tomorrow (Thursday) night. 😋 The menu looks delicious. #HowlAboutIt
  • Is it spring yet?! Sure feels like it! #HowlAboutIt
  • Former U.S. House Reps. Nick Lampson (D-TX) and Rod Chandler (R-WA) will share how the U.S. Congress functions, promote bipartisanship, and discuss the value of public service during their visit to campus next week.⁣
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The Congress to Campus public forum is open to all and will be from 7-9pm in the Werner University Center Pacific Room. Free parking is available for this public forum.⁣
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Other Congress to Campus events open to the public are:⁣
Public service panel: Weds., Feb. 12 from 2-3:30pm in Peter Courtney Health and Wellness Center, room 105⁣
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Public service career "meet and greet": Thurs., Feb. 13 from noon-1pm in the Werner University Center Santiam Room.⁣
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#HowlAboutIt #CongressToCampus #FMC
  • Wow! Beautiful sky this evening. With a view like this, spring feels right around the corner. #HowlAboutIt
  • Our annual Giving Day is one month away! This day makes a huge impact on our students. If you've received a scholarship from WOU, let us know how it's helped you. #WOUGivingDay #HowlAboutIt

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