OSHA Looking to Strengthen Voluntary Protection Programs: What This Means & Why It Matters
May10

OSHA Looking to Strengthen Voluntary Protection Programs: What This Means & Why It Matters

Since the early 1980s, OSHA’s Voluntary Protection Programs have been in place to help protect employee health and safety while on the job. Developed as part of the Occupational Health and Safety Act of 1970, the VPP is designed to recognize the efforts of employers and employees to make workplaces as safe as possible. As the name implies, the VPP is a voluntary program. Under the guidelines, OSHA sets the criteria for excellence in...

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Waldorf Introduces Tuition Increase Starting Term 1B19
May02

Waldorf Introduces Tuition Increase Starting Term 1B19

Beginning term 1B19, Waldorf University will increase online undergraduate tuition by $5 per credit hour and graduate tuition by $10 per credit hour. The new tuition rates will be $295 (undergraduate) and $375 (graduate). The new tuition rate for students using military Tuition Assistance will be $285 (graduate).  The tuition rate for online undergraduate students using military Tuition Assistance will remain at the DoD cap rate of...

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Dean’s List 4A18
May01

Dean’s List 4A18

The dean’s list at Waldorf University acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence. In order to be named to the dean’s list at Waldorf, undergraduate students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term. Congratulations and keep up the good work, Warriors! Last Name First Name State Aleman Arlene NM Allen Thomas SC Andersen Corey CA...

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Not Your Father’s Fire Service: Why More Departments Are Requiring College Degrees
Apr16

Not Your Father’s Fire Service: Why More Departments Are Requiring College Degrees

For generations, rising in the ranks of the fire service was mostly dependent on a firefighter’s training and experience. In most cases, promotions were based in large part on tenure, and a firefighter’s performance in the field. That is all changing though, as a growing number of fire departments now require a minimum number of college credits — and college degrees, in some cases — in order to qualify for promotions. In the city of...

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Dean’s List 4B18
Apr11

Dean’s List 4B18

The dean’s list at Waldorf University acknowledges students who have achieved academic excellence. In order to be named to the dean’s list at Waldorf, undergraduate students must have earned a minimum grade point average of 3.50 for that term and have completed a minimum of six credits during the term. Congratulations and keep up the good work, Warriors! Last Name First Name State Adkins Tiffany AZ Aguilar Christina HI Akelom Sesina...

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Warrior Profile: Bev Retland Proves Hard Work Pays Off
Mar21

Warrior Profile: Bev Retland Proves Hard Work Pays Off

Since creating various master’s degree programs, Waldorf has witnessed several students receive their diploma and accomplish great things. Each diploma and the story behind the student who received it is unique; Beverly Retland is proof of that. Bev grew up in Lake Mills, Iowa, and throughout the past few decades, she has worked to be one of only a few to earn her associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Waldorf. Immediately...

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