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WU installs a boat ramp in anticipation of a great start to our new Marine Technology associate’s program—just approved and accredited by the SASC. Check out the progress as Dr. Hoag shares his adventure at the Crooked Lake property.

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Dawn Meadows Named VP of Student Life

Dawn Meadows, formerly Warner’s Dean of Students has now been promoted to the brand new position of Vice President of Student Life. “I will be involved with more aspects of the student experience here including athletics, residential life, student life, and wellness,”...

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Learn About: Coach Joe Sanchez

Very few coaches at Warner have as much experience as Warner’s new Women’s Basketball coach, Joe Sanchez, who has racked up over 500 college wins in his long and successful career. Sanchez has worked the last two years as Warner’s head assistant Men’s Basketball...

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Hector Nieves Spoke at WU Chapel

Hector Nieves of Bethel Christian Church led chapel at Warner on October 5, delivering a message on Luke 4. Nieves called the Warner community “animated.” “There is a hunger here for God’s word,” Nieves said about Warner students. Nieves, born in Puerto Rico, said...

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WU Alumni Spotlight: Major Michael McDowell

Major Michael McDowell (BA ‘93) graduated from Warner with a degree in English: Secondary Education. McDowell is now the executive director of "The Soldiers Project", a nonprofit organization headquartered in Los Angeles, that provides free mental health services to...

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2017 Sports Hall of Fame Class Announced

LAKE WALES, Fla. – Warner University President Dr. David A. Hoag has announced the 2017 Sports Hall of Fame Class. "I'm excited to be a part of my first Warner University Sports Hall of Fame event. Athletics has been a vital part of the Warner experience and it's...

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WU Alumni Spotlight: David Dyer

David Dyer (BA ’15) graduated from Warner University with a Bachelor's in Agricultural Studies. He is now using this foundation as a Graduate Research Assistant while earning his master’s degree in Plant Pathology at Auburn University and plans to pursue his PhD. “My...

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Shaner’s Summer Trip to Yap

Austin Shaner, a senior at Warner University, spent his summer on an extended mission trip to the island of Yap. Not many have heard of the tiny island, which Shaner says is “in the middle of nowhere,” but Yap, being a state of the Federated States of Micronesia is...

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