College is one of the biggest investments students will make in their lives, both in terms of time and money. And the return on investment at Bridgewater College is one of the best in the country.
Bridgewater College welcomes four new full-time faculty members for the 2018-19 academic year.
Bridgewater College junior Jacqueline W. Lamas has received the Melissa D. Jett Community Service Award. The award, presented at the college awards ceremony, recognizes outstanding leadership in community service at Bridgewater College.
Bridgewater College’s Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) undergraduate program has been reviewed by the National Council on Family Relations (NCFR) and recognized as a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) approved program.
Four Bridgewater College juniors have received the college’s 2018 Summer Christian Experience Scholarship and will serve on a full-time basis during the summer months, working at a variety of church-related camps.
Bridgewater College junior Jeremy Gingrich was awarded the Dale V. Ulrich Physics Scholarship, which honors a former professor of physics and dean and provost of the college.
Bridgewater College students Emely D’Oleo and Anna Tripp were presented the Raymond N. Andes Awards at the college awards ceremony.
Lindsey Hensley’s mom remembers sitting in the car crying after receiving the final diagnosis of her newborn daughter being severely to profoundly deaf. Lindsey’s parents, Jeff and Laurie Hensley, felt overwhelmed and hopeless.
The Outstanding Senior Award in English was presented to four English majors – Amelia Bayer, Erica Blubaugh, Stephen Hoyle and Linzi Myers – during the college awards ceremony.
Bridgewater College will welcome prospective students and their families for Virginia Private College Week, which will be observed July 23-28.