Lily from wittenberg said " there are so many clubs on campus to choose from" she is also a leader in one of the sororities on campus.
Service is a huge part of Wittenberg and community service is required for graduation.
John E McLaughlin former deputy director of the CIA and Al Davis former football coach and was principal owner and manager of the Oakland Raiders both graduated from WittenberG.
An urban legend of Myers Hall involves a horse that haunts the dorm and can be heard galloping in the Hollow behind the dorm. According to the tale, Myers Hall was used as a Civil War hospital to house ill soldiers. As speculated, a general of the war staying in the hospital requested to see his horse before his death. However, after the visit the animal was unable to take the flight down the front stairs and was shot. Since then, the spirit of the animal is said to live on in Myers Hall.
Sigma Kappa is haunted by a man named Gus Sun and his daughter. Gus was a theatre owner and a booking agent headquartered in Springfield. Some headliners who Gus helped in the early days included Bob Hope, Ted Lewis, Sophie Tucker, and Will Rogers. Gus died of pneumonia at Mercy Hospital after breaking his hip in a fall on the street. He was 90 years old. Gus’ daughter supposedly died in a fire.
Lily current Wittenberg student shared that wittenberg is in a crow migration around february so every year hundreds of crows will sit in the trees on campus.
Wittenberg really stood out to me through research, a visit and talking to students for three key reasons. The first reason is the sense of community there. everyone is so kind and seems to know everyone. I really love how close this school is and how kind everyone is. Another reason is strong community service there. Everyone is so excited to give back and i think that's super cool, even all the Greek houses focus more on GPA and service than partying. The last thing I found super cool is how the helpful the professors are. They are always around to help you and willing to work with you. This college is a pretty reasonable. The cost its more expensive, but with their scholarships the school is a reasonable choice and I meet all the requirements to get in. I really love this school it is definitely in my top three schools. I would recommend this school to anyone who really wants to have a small school experience and wants to build close relationships with professors. Wittenberg is an amazing school with a high Greek life involvement and amazing staff members. it is most definitely a great school, but Wittenberg is not for everyone. Anyone who wants to experience a big school or who does not want to do volunteer work would not enjoy life at Wittenberg.