These traditions have been created by an inimitable history that began in 1845. Together, Wittenberg's history and traditions make the university the distinctive place it is today.
As a nationally ranked Lutheran-affiliated liberal arts college, Wittenberg University enjoys an outstanding reputation for excellent academic standards, vibrant coursework in the arts, sciences and humanities, as well as distinct pre-professional programs including business and nursing.
Examples of research projects at Wittenberg:
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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.
At Wittenberg, we strive to provide a friendly, dynamic, down-to-earth atmosphere in residence halls and Witten'burbs. Student interests can turn into powerful passions as a result of living and participating in environments, gathering places, recreational opportunities, annual events and organizations that promote diversity and inclusiveness. Residence life at Wittenberg provides students with unique experiences to inspire them to live out the Wittenberg motto, "Having light, we pass it on to others."
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.
Wittenberg University is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) and has been accredited since 1916