Waldorf University News
Browse past news stories for Waldorf University in Forest City, IA.
- Waldorf University celebrates resiliency at 2022 commencement ceremony (2022)
Kris Meyer delivered a May 7 message of resilience in overcoming trying times to 2022 Waldorf ...
- Waldorf professor gets grant for digital textbook project (2021)
The Chair of the Mathematics Department at Waldorf University is getting a $10,000 grant from the Iowa Private Academic Libraries. The money will support ...
- Scott David Taylor (2019)
He graduated from Northwood-Kensett HS in Northwood, IA, in 1975, from Waldorf College in Forest City in 1977. He briefly ...
- Sharon L. Thimmesch (2019)
During high school she was active in cheerleading, 4-H and band. In 1959 she received an elementary teaching certificate from ...
The current state of the United States education system is up in the air as COVID-19 spreads across the nation. Graduating high school seniors may find it necessary to change their plans for the fall of 2020 and many are considering a gap year.
The COVID pandemic forced airlines and all their related and ancillary businesses to shed employees. Consequently, as things ramp back up post-COIVD, there are tens of thousands of job opportunities in the sector. Your community college has the resources to prepare you and refresh your skills for new opportunities.
July 16, 2022
Want to be a teacher? Wondering what's involved and where to start? Your community college has answers to those questions and many more.