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June

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READINGS WITH WESLEYAN: Torah, Torah, Torah: Judaism through Exodus and the Ten Commandments
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Center for the Study of Religious Freedom leads the summer 2015 installment of the College's Readings With Wesleyan series on the topic of "World Religions 101: A Quick Look at Religions around the World and in Hampton Roads." The program begins Thursday, June 4 with a presentation by Dr. Craig Wansink titled "Torah, Torah, Torah: Judaism through Exodus and the Ten Commandments" from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Heritage United Methodist Church (815 Baker Rd., Virginia Beach). Readings With Wesleyan is a unique educational program that brings free college-level teaching to Lake Edward’s adult residents. For more information, contact Kelly Jackson with the CSRF at 757.455.3129 or kjackson@vwc.edu. » More

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2015 Eggleston OK5K
8 a.m.
The 2015 Eggleston OK5K will take place on the Virginia Wesleyan College campus on Saturday, June 6. This year's 5K begins at 8 a.m., followed by the one mile run at 8:45 a.m. The race will be followed by refreshments, raffle prizes and an awards ceremony. Eggleston Services creates education, training and employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities. Proceeds from the race will benefit Eggleston's Camp Civitan. Sponsored in part by the VWC Cross Country and Track & Field team. Entry fees are $15 for the one mile; $25 for the 5K ($30 after June 1). For more information or to register, visit www.egglestonservices.org/ok5k/. » More

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READINGS WITH WESLEYAN: Christianity through the Lens of the Sermon on the Mount
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Center for the Study of Religious Freedom leads the summer 2015 installment of the College's Readings With Wesleyan series on the topic of "World Religions 101: A Quick Look at Religions around the World and in Hampton Roads." The program continues Thursday, June 11 with a presentation by Dr. Craig Wansink titled "Christianity through the Lens of the Sermon on the Mount" from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Heritage United Methodist Church (815 Baker Rd., Virginia Beach). Readings With Wesleyan is a unique educational program that brings free college-level teaching to Lake Edward’s adult residents. For more information, contact Kelly Jackson with the CSRF at 757.455.3129 or kjackson@vwc.edu. » More

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READINGS WITH WESLEYAN: Five Pillars and Submission: Islam through Suras 1, 3, and 112
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Center for the Study of Religious Freedom leads the summer 2015 installment of the College's Readings With Wesleyan series on the topic of "World Religions 101: A Quick Look at Religions around the World and in Hampton Roads." The program continues Thursday, June 18 with a presentation by Dr. Craig Wansink titled "Five Pillars and Submission: Islam through Suras 1, 3, and 112" from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Heritage United Methodist Church (815 Baker Rd., Virginia Beach). Readings With Wesleyan is a unique educational program that brings free college-level teaching to Lake Edward’s adult residents. For more information, contact Kelly Jackson with the CSRF at 757.455.3129 or kjackson@vwc.edu. » More

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READINGS WITH WESLEYAN: Children of India: Hinduism, Buddhism, The Bhagavad Gita, and Koans
6:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.
The Center for the Study of Religious Freedom leads the summer 2015 installment of the College's Readings With Wesleyan series on the topic of "World Religions 101: A Quick Look at Religions around the World and in Hampton Roads." The program concludes Thursday, June 25 with a presentation by Dr. Craig Wansink titled "Children of India: Hinduism, Buddhism, The Bhagavad Gita, and Koans" from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Heritage United Methodist Church (815 Baker Rd., Virginia Beach). Readings With Wesleyan is a unique educational program that brings free college-level teaching to Lake Edward’s adult residents. For more information, contact Kelly Jackson with the CSRF at 757.455.3129 or kjackson@vwc.edu. » More

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Scene I Orientation for Freshmen

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Scene I Orientation for Freshmen

July

12 - 17

NABT/BSCS Biology Teacher Academy
Virginia Wesleyan College will host the National Association of Biology Teachers/Biological Sciences Curriculum Study (NABT/BSCS) Biology Teacher Academy July 12-17. The academy will focus on promoting rigor in high-school biology classes by sharing lab work and pedagogical strategies that engage students in scientific inquiry. Attendees will build common experiences through lab work (e.g., protein electrophoresis); metacognition activities (“through the teacher lens”); curriculum development; field work; and work on the College’s Scanning Electron Microscope. This professional development program is funded by the Virginia Department of Education’s Title II, Part A: Improving Teacher Quality program. For additional information, click "More." » More

27 - Aug 1

2015 Worship & Arts Summer Conference
The Virginia Wesleyan College Center for Sacred Music will host the 2015 Worship & Arts Summer Conference from July 27 through August 1. A non-denominational showcase of instruction steeped in the Wesley tradition of training minds and warming hearts. More than 45 workshop sessions led by 17 guest clinicians and evening worship, hymn festivals, and concerts highlight the week. For more information, contact Director of the Center for Sacred Music Sandi Billy at 757.455.3376 or sbilly@vwc.edu.» More

August

12

Wesleyan Wednesday
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Summer Session Ends

19

Scene II Orientation for Freshmen

21

Freshman Honor Convocation

24

Classes Begin

September

7

Labor Day Holiday

25

Marlin Spirit Day 2015

26

10th Annual One Love Festival Virginia
Conceived as a snapshot of what world peace would look like, if only for one day, the One Love Festival is held every fall at Virginia Wesleyan College. This year's event will take place Saturday, September 26. The festival is unique each year, but the idea is the same: bring people together to create a community of harmony and peace and enjoy a variety of performances. Features the "Largest Drum Circle in the World" for peace and global unity, led by Arthur Lopez and guest facilitators. Bring your own percussion instrument and join in! Free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by VWC's Center for the Study of Religious Freedom. For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/onelovefestivalva.

October

2 - 4

Homecoming & Parent Weekend 2015

8 - 9

Fall Break

November

25 - 27

Thanksgiving Holiday

December

4 - 10

Final Exams

5

Reading Day

6

December Graduate Reception

January

4 - 22

Winter Session

25

Classes Begin

March

21 - 28

Spring Break

28

Easter Monday Holiday

May

2

Spring Honors Convocation & Academic Fair

4 - 10

Final Exams

5

Reading Day

5

Faculty Retirement Reception & Tree Planting Ceremony

13

Baccalaureate Service

14

Virginia Wesleyan College 47th Commencement Ceremony

23 - Aug 12

Summer Session

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