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December 2011
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roberts fun facts:
There is no "oldest" single building on campus. Both Roberts Hall and Cox Hall were built in 1892 to replace the original campus building that was lost to fire. Seminary Hall burned down in September of 1890.

From the Alumni Relations Director

Attending Roberts Wesleyan College changed my life in so many positive ways. Maybe that's why I returned after grad school and have spent the last 16 years working on campus. It was a privilege to be personally mentored by people like Jud Decker, Harold Hurley, and Dave Basinger. It has been just as rewarding to see the mission of the College continue in the lives of the current students and a new generation of faculty and staff.

As an Alumni Office, our hope is that you will remain connected to your alma mater. If you have been back to campus recently, you have seen the remarkable changes. The growth in programs and facilities over the past 20 years is staggering. However, a college experience is about people, not buildings.

TheAlumnieNewsletter is intended to keep you connected to the Roberts Wesleyan College community: as it is today and also as it has been in the past. I hope you will enjoy receiving updates from campus and that they will remind you of your own Roberts experience.

Please keep in touch, visit campus often, and let us know the exciting things happening in your life via RConnections, our alumni website, so we can celebrate together. And, as always, continue to embody the mission of Roberts Wesleyan by strengthening your mind and spirit.

Sincerely,

 Director of Alumni Signature

Kirk Kettinger‘92
Director of Alumni Relations