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Year: 2018

Webber President Dr. H. Keith Wade Elected to SACSCOC Board of Trustees

Friday, December 14, 2018

At its annual meeting in New Orleans on Tuesday, December 11th 2018, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) elected Dr. H. Keith Wade to its Board of Trustees for a three year term ending in 2021. Wade is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Webber International University, headquartered in … Read More

Webber Now a Common Application Member

Monday, December 10, 2018

Students applying to Webber International University for 2018-2019 will have the ability to do so through the Common Application, a powerful, free online college application platform that serves and supports more than three million applicants, counselors, and teachers across the United States and around the world every year. By becoming a Common App member, we … Read More

Webber Joins SAGE’s Tuition Rewards® Program

Friday, November 30, 2018

Webber International University has become the 394th private college to join the SAGE Scholars Tuition Rewards® Program. More than 500,000 students are now earning (or have earned) Tuition Rewards, making SAGE the largest program in America to encourage private college savings. 11/27/2018 — One of the leading student-centric universities in America, Webber International University, has … Read More

Webber Adds Psychology Major at Florida Campus

Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Webber International University announced today the addition of a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology program to its major lineup at its Babson Park, Florida campus. This popular program has been offered for decades at the school’s Laurinburg, North Carolina Campus. Said Dr. Keith Wade, the University’s President & CEO, “This is something a number of … Read More

The 2018 College Ethics Symposium

Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Once again, Webber was privileged to be able to take students to the annual College Ethics Symposium in Hilton Head, SC (www.ethicssymposium.org). October 18th-20th, four seniors and one staff member traveled to South Carolina to join numerous other colleges and universities for discussions and events centered around the idea of learning how to make ethical … Read More