Wittenberg was chartered in 1845 by Ezra Keller and a group of pastors who broke with the German church and created the English Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Ohio.
Wittenberg University provides a liberal arts education dedicated to intellectual inquiry and wholeness of person within a diverse residential community.
First Year Research Awards are scholarships designed to match outstanding students with Wittenberg’s award-winning faculty. Students selected for First Year Research awards will work closely with a faculty member while pursuing exciting research opportunities in the first year at Wittenberg.
Student housing includes all residence halls and University-owned houses and apartments, including some Greek-chapter houses. Greek-chapter houses which are owned by the Greek organization and recognized by the University and the residents within those houses are still subject to policies outlined in the Student Handbook and the Fraternity and Sorority manual from the Office of Student Involvement.
Wittenberg's Information Technology Services (ITS) Department is committed to ensuring students, faculty, staff and alumni have a productive, enjoyable and meaningful experience using university technology.
Located in the Joseph C. Shouvlin Center for Lifelong Learning, adjacent to the Benham-Pence Student Center, the Health Center is staffed by a team of medical professionals who are committed to providing the best in care to our campus community.
Club Sports and Recreation student organizations at Wittenberg University provide opportunities for students to participate in a variety of sports and recreational activities. Since students develop and organize their own organizations, they have the opportunity to demonstrate and develop their leadership and decision making skills. Students organize each club or organization under the direction of the Office of Student Involvement.
They say college is the best four years of your life, but you can't spend every moment inside the classroom, can you? At Wittenberg University we take pride in our traditions, and for most this would have to be through involvement. From the sports stadium to the Student Senate floor, Witt encourages its students to stay active. With more than 100 organizations and activities to choose from, there is an outlet for everyone.
As studies have shown, students who get involved in co-curricular activities tend to have better grades, higher satisfaction with the college, increased job marketability, and better connections with faculty, staff, and other students.
Wittenberg University Earns Re-Accreditation Through Higher Learning Commission.
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