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Warner Benefits from Financial Gift

Warner Benefits from Financial Gift

Warner's Ag program has been recently awarded a financial gift that will help with three crucial projects over the next year. As a result of the benevolence of Homer and Annette Thompson, a Polk county couple deeply rooted in the citrus industry, we were gifted...

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2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards

2016 Distinguished Alumni Awards

  Warner University will be celebrating their 2016 Alumni Awards during the Homecoming Chapel on November 3rd.  This year’s three recipients are Mr. Lee Jackson (BA ’03), the late Dr. Patsy Charlene “Dodie” Haynes (BA’78), and Dr. David Sebastian (BA’75). The...

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Warner’s MBA Ranks #3 out of 282

Warner’s MBA Ranks #3 out of 282

Warner University has been named in the Top Five best schools offering an online or hybrid MBA program by an education website. GradSource.com ranked Warner University third among 282 schools in the analysis based on affordability, flexibility, program prominence,...

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Holland Hall Dedication

Holland Hall Dedication

President Hoag speaking in the chapel service before the dorm dedication Suzanne and Mary Jo, members of the Holland family who dedicated the land to Warner Procession of students leading over to the new Holland Hall Ribbon Cutting for Holland Hall Reception inside of...

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A New “Royal” Pathway!

A New “Royal” Pathway!

Warner welcomes you back to school this Fall semester with a brand new road! We're nick naming it "The Royal Pathway". You all remember the 40-year old road, strewn with potholes and loose gravel? Well, say hello to new, smooth, black asphalt!   Thank you to...

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WU Alumni Spotlight: Lt. Travis Coffey

WU Alumni Spotlight: Lt. Travis Coffey

Lieutenant Travis Coffey (BA ’01) graduated from Warner University with a degree in Church Ministry. Travis now uses that degree to serve as a chaplain in the United States Navy Chaplain Corps, which serves all maritime services in the defense of our country,...

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