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In the President’s Annual Report edition of Wooster magazine this fall read about the progress of the Connect, Create, Discover strategic plan in 2020-21 as The College of Wooster continues to prepare students to affect change in their communities, and they embark on the next steps in their paths. The annual financial report details College operating revenues and expenses, and the year’s giving and fundraising activity. The issue also highlights the incoming Class of 2025 and the Lowry Center Transformation Project as well as updates on the Pathways programs and summer courses that were offered in 2021. Features showcase Wooster’s team-based mentoring program, the Dean of Students’ Office collaboration to support every student on campus throughout their four years, and a fall course that connected students in five different time zones around the globe when they couldn’t come to campus this fall. A guest feature from faculty Matt Mariola, associate professor of environmental studies and Ryan Ozar, visiting assistant professor of education talks about leveraging experiential learning in the classroom after the return to in-person learning this fall. Tartan Ties features class notes from this summer, Distinguished Alumni Award recipients for 2021, and highlights from Black and Gold weekend.

Publication Date

Fall 2021


The College of Wooster


Wooster, Ohio


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Wooster Annual Report, Lowry Center Transformation Project, Connect, Create, Discover strategic plan; team-based mentoring

Wooster Magazine: Fall 2021 Annual Report