Roberts Wesleyan College prides itself on providing a transformational education to students from around the world. To enable students to connect their heads to their hearts and engage their hands, we go beyond the classroom – and our students do too. Read more below to learn how you can share in the many different adventures of our students.
Tiffany Adames '21
Nursing Student | Cross Country Runner | Global Honors Program Student
“Roberts Wesleyan College has taught me that life, as well as nursing, is all about treating everyone as a child of God. Whether I am running track, working on campus, participating in class or attending church, I’ve learned to treat people holistically- not just focusing on a person’s physical being, but as social, emotional, and spiritual beings as well.”
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Paul Dunbar ‘20
Physical Education Student | Indoor & Outdoor Track & Field Athlete | Teaching Assistant
“Leadership is the capacity to translate vision into reality. Prior to coming to Roberts, I had a vision of inspiring other in the pedagogy of physical education. Roberts has made this vision clear with the opportunity to lead and tutor other students and pursue my goal as an educator.”
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Adoria Figgins ‘21
Music Education Student | Gospel Choir Member | Student Worker
“I am so grateful to have the privilege to be a first generation college student at my dream school, Roberts Wesleyan College. Whether I am in the classroom, performing with the gospel choir, wind ensemble or flute choir, or at work on campus, I am in an environment that is based on faith and service and am learning how to be a light to my community.”
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Jack Kehoe ’20
Psychology and Homeland Security & Applied Intelligence Student | Resident Assistant | Global Honors Program
“Whether I am learning how to approach the world with a faith and service-oriented mindset in the classroom, tossing free burgers to a cheering crowd as a part of Residence Life, reaching out to the community with our Elev8 ministry, or playing some funky tunes in Jazz Ensemble, my time at Roberts has been an overwhelmingly positive experience. I am proud to attend Roberts Wesleyan College and incredibly appreciative of all who contribute to making my multi-dimensional education what it is.”
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Brittany Szarowicz ‘21
Business Administration Student | Enactus Project Escal8 Manager | Intramural Sports Player
“Coming from a small close-knit town, Roberts Wesleyan College became my home away from home through it's extremely welcoming staff and students. From professors to classmates, from sports teammates to other members of Enactus, I was instantly ushered into the Roberts family. Everyone strives to uplift one another in class, work, faith, and much more.”
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Lindsey Groves BS ’11, MSL ’20
Strategic Leadership Student | Hoselton Chair of Ethics & Free Enterprise | Campus Ministry Leader
“Roberts Wesleyan College has blessed me with a job where I can influence the lives of students through mentoring while challenging them to identify needs in our community and take brave steps to make a difference with entrepreneurial action and servant leadership. Through the Masters of Strategic Leadership program, I've learned not only to be an innovative and strategic leader in the classroom but also in my community.”
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Brandon LaRosa ’20
BELL Student | Intern | RWC BELL Athletics Swim Coach
“Roberts Wesleyan College has given me the opportunity to meet new friends, and interact with other students in the BELL program. I have had the opportunity to go bowling and play games with other students, work in an office, as well as travel to Syracuse to explore the mall.”
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