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The baccalaureate degree in nursing and master’s degree in nursing programs at Washington Adventist University have been accredited by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) is now a participant in the State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement (SARA), which allows the school to offer its online courses and degree programs to students outside of the State of Maryland.
Close to 4,000 WGTS 91.9 listeners cast a vote of support for the station during the media ministry’s recent Fall Fundraiser.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) is ranked tenth among the top 19 "Safest Colleges in Maryland"by BackgroundChecks.org in its recently-released 2016 annual report.
WAU senior Heather Alas, a dual major in Business Administration Finance Emphasis and Business Administration Marketing Emphasis, is the new student president of Enactus (2016-2017). This past month she talked to the Visitor about Enactus, and what being a member means to her.
Students. Christians. Volunteers. Entrepreneurs. WAU Enactus Team Shares Christ Through Service
Washington Adventist University (WAU) is ranked tenth among the top 19 “Safest Colleges in Maryland” by BackgroundChecks.org in its recently-released 2016 annual report on accredited public and private not-for-profit educational institutions that offer four-year degrees.
Washington Adventist University recently held their fourth annual Visionaries Gala where they honored three individuals including Dave Weigley, Columbia Union Conference president.
The inaugural WGTS 91.9 Summer Concert drew a large crowd in the Washington D.C. suburb of Tysons Corner. More than 4,000 people showed up for the outdoor show with Colton Dixon, a former American Idol contestant. The show was held on a brand new plaza suspended 43 feet in the air between the Tysons Corner Mall and three large buildings across the street.
Washington Adventist University (WAU) students, faculty and staff are mourning the August 9 death of Joseph Gurubatham, Ed.D., at the age of 74. He was a former vice president of academic affairs for WAU, then known as Columbia Union College at the time, and had just weeks ago retired from his position as senior vice president at the Accrediting Council for Independent Colleges and Schools in Washington, D.C.