• Waldorf University announces first trapshooting head coach, Tarron Glidden


    Waldorf University is excited to announce Tarron Glidden as the first trapshooting coach for the Waldorf Warrior Trapshooting team. Glidden, a 2013 graduate of New Hampton, resides in Garner. The Warrior Trapshooting team is currently recruiting for their inaugural season in Fall 2021.

  • Waldorf University Music Department to host Matt Gender as key performer for the upcoming Music Career Day 2021


    The Waldorf University Music Department is excited to announce local recording engineer, organist, and church music director, Dr. Matt Gender, will be featured as the key speaker and performer in the upcoming Virtual Music Career Day 2021 event. Virtual Music Career Day 2021 will be held on Wednesday, March 10.

  • Information Regarding Your 1098-T


    Your 2020 electronic 1098-T statement is available.

  • Waldorf University Adds Bachelor’s Degree for Registered Nurses


    Waldorf University is pleased to announce its newest online degree completion program, the Bachelor of Science in nursing (RN-BSN). This program provides nurses with increased opportunities in areas where a bachelor's degree is required for growth in the profession.

  • Waldorf Partners with MIUD


    Waldorf University has crafted a special combined graduate program option with Master's International University of Divinity.

  • Waldorf University strategically planning to resume face-to-face courses for Fall 2020 semester


    Waldorf University’s COVID-19 Task Force has been diligently working to create a strategic plan allowing students to resume face-to-face courses for the Fall 2020 semester. Thinking about the safety of students, faculty, staff and surrounding community members, the team has established the following stipulations that are already in effect throughout campus.

  • Waldorf Junior Jennet Hojanazarova Accepted to Asian Future Leaders Forum and Summer Internship for Breast Cancer Research at Harvard


    Junior Biology student Jennet Hojanazarova was accepted to the Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations (HPAIR) Conference, February 14-18, 2020 on Harvard campus and has also received a rare opportunity to participate in an internship with the Center for Cancer Immunology at Massachusetts General Hospital Cancer Center and Harvard Medical School.

  • Experience Artist Dean Swenson’s Form and Content


    The Waldorf University Art Gallery will host artist Dean Swenson’s Form and Content work for public viewing Jan. 15-Feb. 14. The Waldorf University Art Gallery is located at 106 S. Sixth St. An artist reception will be held on Feb. 6 at 6:30 p.m. in the same location. The gallery and artist talk are free to the public.

  • Waldorf Community Artist Series to host performance by artists close to Martin Luther King, Jr.


    In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr., the Waldorf University Community Artist Series will host “Sing, Ebenezer!,” on Monday, Jan. 20, from 7-9 p.m. at the Boman Fine Arts Center, featuring professional performances from close family friends of the King family in Atlanta. The event is free and open to public of all ages.

  • Waldorf University to add Esports in 2020 Athletic Line-Up


    Beginning the fall of 2020, Waldorf University will enter the competitive arena of esports gaming as an addition to the athletic program. A new state-of-the-art gaming arena and practice facility will be housed in the Waldorf University Campus Information Center located in the heart of the Waldorf University residential campus. We are excited to begin the recruitment process for this fast-paced, highly interactive sport throughout the spring and summer months of 2020. Recruitment for the team coach is currently underway.