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At William Woods University, we understand that it takes a village. We ask that you walk with our students on every phase of their journey, creating a foundation for their success and advancing William Woods as a preeminent institution.

Fresh off the Press

Check out the latest and most exciting news updates straight from the heart of William Woods University

First Friday

The campus of William Woods University (WWU) is opening its doors to the Fulton and the surrounding community for a new local entertainment tradition.


William Woods University introduces Intercollegiate Football and Women’s Flag Football beginning in Fall of 2024.


William Woods University establishes first Ph.D. degree program in the University’s 153-year existence. Doctor of Philosophy in Leadership will be offered beginning in August 2023.

EQS 50 Weekend

Join us in celebrating fifty years of Equestrian Science. October 6th-7th we will host a variety of activities to celebrate and reconnect.

Alumni Spotlight

Reconnecting in life after The Woods

“From the very start the University made sure I had people looking out for me and people to go to. I genuinely felt that people cared about me on a personal level.”

Aurora Lucie Henriksen ’20

Cybersecurity Consultant

“What I found was that the atmosphere, the smaller atmosphere, plus the connections you could make, and that people knew your name, and that your professors knew you, all meant that you could really find a home at William Woods.”

Michele (Gallipeau) Markey ’82

Chief Executive Officer

“I loved the real-life application in the MBA program at William Woods. I had professors who were active business men and women and it was a great shift from the traditional professors I had during undergrad. And being able to complete the program in less than two years while continuing to work full-time made it a no-brainer.”

Kerri Roberts ’11

Chief Executive Officer

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