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In the Community

For the seventh year running, Wilmington University's cheerleaders have captured the national championship at the Universal Cheerleading Association's 2018 Small Coed Division II competition, held in Orlando, Florida.

Seventh Wonder

The streak is alive and well for Wilmington University's cheerleaders. They captured their seventh consecutive national championship on January 13 while competing in the 2018 Universal Cheerleading Association (UCA) Small Coed Division II competition at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Or…

Wilmington University invites college-bound students and their families to College Prep Night on Feb. 6 at the New Castle campus to discuss the admission process, financial aid availability, and the WilmU experience.

Take the Next Step to Your College Degree

Wilmington University makes higher education affordable and achievable. College-bound students and their families are invited to find out how at College Prep Night on Tuesday, February 6 at our New Castle campus.

High school seniors who have enrolled in WilmU's fall 2018 semester as well …

Scott Shaw of WilmU's College of Technology introduces his students' virtual reality game to NBC Sports Philadelphia anchor Michael Barkann during a November 30 broadcast of WMMR's Preston & Steve Show.

Virtual Reality on the Radio

Beanbag toss is about as low-tech as games get, but a team of students from Wilmington University’s College of Technology recently reimagined it to show what virtual reality can do — and what they can do with virtual reality.

On November 30, eleven game design students and two…

February 2018 marks the 8th year the WilmU chapter of the Pi Gamma Mu International Honor Society will represent Wilmington University as a team at the annual Polar Bear Plunge in support of Special Olympics Delaware.

Where the Brave Meet the Cold

Most people think of warm things in the cold month of February. But the members and alumni of the Wilmington University chapter of Pi Gamma Mu (PGM) International Honor Society turn their thoughts to sandy Rehoboth Beach and look forward to taking a frigid dip in the icy Atlantic Ocean.  

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