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Robinson Claims First Career ‘Athlete of the Week’ Award

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa)–William Penn University’s Derek Robinson (Sr., Jenks, Okla., Communications) had the best outing of his collegiate career and was appropriately rewarded as he was named Heart of America Athletic Conference Men’s Field Athlete of the Week Monday.

Robinson collected his first-ever weekly award after qualifying for two events and finishing high in two other events at the Central Invitational.

With his marks, the senior will now compete at nationals in the hammer and discus after hitting automatic-qualifying standards in both competitions.  He won the hammer at 181-9 and was second in the discus at 165-6; both are personal bests.

Robinson also placed fifth in the javelin at 159-9 and sixth in the shot put at 44-0.5.

Currently, Robinson ranks fourth in the NAIA in the discus and sixth in the hammer.

The award is the third for the men’s program this year.

WPU Women’s Bowling Competes at NAIA Invitational

(HIGHLAND, Indiana) – The Statesmen Women’s Bowling Team gained great experience in a big-time national tournament setting as it battled at the NAIA Invitational Friday, March 23 and Saturday, March 24.

William Penn University rolled in 24 Baker games before facing off against the NAIA’s best in bracket play. The navy and gold finished 11th out of 20 teams with 4,464 pins (186.0 average), while Indiana Tech claimed the top seed with 4,781 pins (199.2 average).

By finishing in the top 12, the Statesmen received a bye in the double-elimination format and took on #6 seed Grand View in the second round. Unfortunately, the squad came up just short in a 3-2 loss (204-201, 171-245, 189-180, 176-207, 215-268).

WPU was demoted to the consolation bracket and failed to move on, ending its trip at 0-2 with a 3-1 setback to #14 Marian (Ind.) (175-195, 158-258, 197-168, 150-252).

This is the final year the NAIA will have an Invitational as next year the sport moves to Championship status.

Team members included Nicole Craft (So., Wakefield, Neb., Physical Education), Abbey Fangman (Fr., Waterloo, Iowa, Elementary Education), Audra Farley (Sr., Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Education), Kaylee Gerken (Jr., Dubuque, Iowa, Elementary Education), Kayla Gifford (So., Camanche, Iowa, Biology), Nicole Mottier (Fr., Madison, Wis., Computer Science), Amber Ovel (Jr., Waterloo, Iowa, Business Management), and Bailey Palmer (So., Ottumwa, Iowa, Undecided).

This story was provided in a news release sent on behalf of William Penn University in Oskaloosa, Iowa.

Three WPU Cagers Receive All-America Awards

(OSKALOOSA, Iowa) – A record-breaking three members of the Statesmen men’s basketball program capped strong seasons as the NAIA Division I Men’s Basketball All-America teams were recently announced.

Terrell Thompson (Sr., Indianapolis, Ind., Wellness and Recreation) was named to the First Team, while Dominique Shaw (Sr., Lufkin, Texas, Wellness and Recreation) earned Third-Team recognition. JC Washington (Sr., Houston, Texas, Sociology) joined his teammates by receiving an Honorable-Mention nod. A total of 82 players collected A-A awards with 10 each on the top three teams and 52 on the honorable-mention squad.

Ryan Imhoff of Carroll (Mont.) was named the NABC-NAIA National Player of the Year, while The Master’s (Calif.) Head Coach Kelvin Starr earned NABC-NAIA Coach of the Year honors.

Thompson and Shaw were both first-team all-Heart of America Athletic Conference performers, while Washington was a second-team honoree. The trio gives William Penn 22 All-Americans all-time and 19 under current coach John Henry. They guided WPU to a 30-5 record, a Heart regular-season title, and a national semifinal appearance.

Thompson, who is the third First-Team recipient in the past six years (second year in a row), averaged 17.3 points, 4.6 rebounds, and 5.6 assists per game. He also tallied 38 steals, eight blocks, and shot 50.6% from the field (34.6% 3-PT); the senior was 69.7% from the free-throw line.

The senior led all of NAIA Division I in assists with 197, and was fourth in assists per game and 18th in total points (605). He put himself on several of William Penn’s top-10 single-season lists, including now being fifth in both assists and assist average, sixth in free throws attempted (188), and eighth in total points.

Shaw was the Statesmen’s top scorer throughout the year, averaging 18.5 points in addition to 6.5 rebounds. He also produced 74 assists, a team-high 42 steals, and four blocks. The senior shot 47.1% overall (34.9% 3-PT) and 70.2 from the charity stripe.

Shaw’s 649 points now rank fourth all-time in WPU single-season history. He is also third at William Penn with both 247 field goals made and 524 field goals attempted, while also being fourth with 255 three-pointers attempted and seventh with 89 three-pointers made.

The senior finished the campaign 12th in the NAIA in points and 17th in three-pointers made.

The Heart’s Defensive Player of the Year, Washington averaged a near double-double with 11.6 points and 9.8 rebounds per game. He also had 84 assists, a team-high 61 blocks, and 22 steals, while shooting 56.5% from the field (33.3% 3-PT) and 50.0% from the line.

Washington is now fourth all-time at WPU in single-season blocks and is seventh with 313 rebounds.

The senior was in the top-20 nationally in numerous categories, including being third in offensive rebounds per game (3.5), fifth in total rebounds, sixth in both total blocks and blocks per game (1.9), ninth in rebounds per game, and 14th in defensive rebounds per game (6.3).

For the complete list of NAIA Division I All-Americans, click here.

Oskaloosa Area Chamber & Development Group Seeks Award Nominations

(MAHASKA COUNTY, Iowa) – The Oskaloosa Area Chamber & Development Group (OACDG) will again be presenting several civic awards at their annual meeting to be held Thursday, May 10 at the cafeteria located at William Penn University. Chamber members as well as area residents are urged to submit their nominations for these awards. The categories are as follows:

Retail Business and Service Business of the Year–The most outstanding retail or service business in the Mahaska community during this past fiscal year must be in business for minimum of two years, demonstrate success, with evidence of commitment and contribution to the community.

Industry of the Year–The most outstanding industry in the Mahaska community during the year will have a stable employment history, will have been in business for minimum of two years, showing evidence of commitment and contribution to the community and a commitment to sound management practices.

Business Person of the Year–This individual will have demonstrated those qualities which have distinguished him/her in business: proven commitment and contribution to the community, a commitment to ethical business practices, recognized within their profession, a Mahaska County resident, a history of success in their business.

Citizen of the Year–This individual will have demonstrated outstanding involvement in and support of his/her community over an extended period of time.

Community Improvement Award–This commercial or industrial property will have made improvements which enhance the appearance and /or economic vitality of the Mahaska community through new development or through the redevelopment of an existing property.

Educator of the Year–This individual from a Mahaska County school will display a true passion and devotion to the betterment of students.

To make any nominations or to contribute an innovative idea for a “special award” pertaining to exceptional achievement in a category not mentioned, call 641-672-2591, email dbruxvoort@oacdg.org with “OACDG Award” in the subject line, or fax 641-672-2047. Nominations must be received by Friday, April 6.

William Penn to Add Men’s and Women’s Lacrosse and Men’s Volleyball

(Oskaloosa, Iowa) — William Penn Athletics Director Nik Rule is excited to announce the addition of men’s and women’s lacrosse and men’s volleyball to the list of intercollegiate sports the University offers.

All three sports will begin competition in the 2019-2020 school year. They are the first sports to be added since men’s and women’s bowling back in 2009-2010; WPU has added or reinstated seven programs since joining the NAIA in 2001-2002.

“We feel these three intercollegiate sports fit perfectly into our strategic plan for our University and the athletics department,” Rule said. “They are quickly-emerging sports in the NAIA with several schools in our conference and our region sponsoring them. It is the perfect time to add them to our department and we have facilities that will immediately be able to accommodate each sport.”

At the genesis of the programs, one head coach will be hired for the lacrosse teams, while another will be hired for men’s volleyball. National searches for both head coaches will begin immediately. Once the coaches are hired, recruiting will commence immediately; as is with all other sports on campus, athletic scholarships will be available.

“The culture we are continuing to focus on revolves around building high-achieving athletic programs with coaches of high energy,” Rule said. “Our coaches cultivate success and create environments that lead to victories in the classroom and on the playing surface. We look forward to finding leaders who share that same vision.”

The lacrosse programs, whose seasons run from February through May, will compete at Lacey Complex Stadium. Men’s volleyball runs from January through April and the Statesmen will host their matches in the Penn Activity Center.

LACROSSE

Currently, the NAIA does not sponsor lacrosse as a championship sport. It is in invitational status (eight-team national tournament) with 32 schools offering it, including three in the Heart of America Athletic Conference (Benedictine, Clarke, and Missouri Valley). The Heart currently combines with the Kansas Collegiate Athletic Conference and the teams play for a KCAC title. The NAIA plans to have 40 teams to reach championship status.

In addition to facing NAIA programs, William Penn’s schedule will likely feature a plethora of NCAA Division I schools as over 200 institutions sponsor it on both the men’s and women’s sides.

Nationally, there are over 180,000 boys (over 300 teams in Ill., Kan., Mo., and Wis.) and 88,000 girls (nearly 20,000 in Iowa, Ill., Mo., and Wis.) competing at the high school level.

The WPU coaching staff will be expected to fill a varsity roster for its first year in 2019-2020 and have both varsity and JV squads by 2020-2021.

“Lacrosse is a fascinating and very entertaining sport,” Rule said. “We believe fans of William Penn University, as well as our students, will really enjoy watching our lacrosse student-athletes compete at the stadium.”

MEN’S VOLLEYBALL

The NAIA also currently does not sponsor men’s volleyball as a championship sport. It is in invitational status (eight-team national tournament) with 34 schools offering it, including six in the Heart (Clarke, Culver-Stockton, Graceland, Grand View, Missouri Valley, and Mount Mercy). Due to ample participation, the Heart offers a conference championship. The NAIA plans to have 40 teams to reach championship status.

While boys’ volleyball is not a sponsored sport in Iowa, it is quite popular throughout the Midwest (nearly 10,000 players in Ill., Mo., and Wis.) and nationally (55,000 players).

The WPU coaching staff will be expected to fill a varsity roster for its first year in 2019-2020 and have both varsity and JV squads by 2020-2021.

“Men’s volleyball is a fast-paced and action-packed sport that is growing rapidly in popularity in the United States,” Rule said. “It will be played in the Penn Activities Center which will provide for a very unique venue on campus. Our fans will love watching our student-athletes compete.”

With the additions, William Penn will now offer a total of 24 intercollegiate sports, including baseball, men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s bowling, cheerleading, men’s and women’s cross country, dance, football, men’s and women’s golf, men’s and women’s lacrosse, men’s and women’s soccer, softball, men’s and women’s indoor track and field, men’s and women’s outdoor track and field, men’s and women’s volleyball, and wrestling.

For more information on the newly-added programs and all Statesmen programs, visit William Penn’s athletics website.

This article was written by Wade Steinlage, Sports Information Director, William Penn University.

William Penn Women Stay Hot, Men Stumble

(Oskaloosa, Iowa) — With one of its top scorers unavailable, the William Penn women’s basketball team was in need of someone to step up, and more than just one person answered the call as the Statesmen dropped Graceland 68-37 in Heart of America Athletic Conference action Saturday.

The Statesmen (17-5, 11-2 Heart) have now won a season-high four games in a row for the third time this year. The win helps WPU keep pace with MidAmerica Nazarene and Central Methodist for the league lead.

Sarah Hansen (Sr., Kewanee, Ill., Psychology and Human Services) was out of town for military duty, leaving a sizeable gap to be filled. Fortunately, the hosts once again played tremendous defense and the points came in a variety of ways, most notably from Kate Ylitalo (So., Maple Plain, Minn., Biology) and Vashti Nwagbaraocha (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., Exercise Science).

All cylinders fired in the opening quarter as William Penn scored 12 of the first 14 points and eventually led 20-5 after one period of action.

The second quarter, for whatever reason, has been a major thorn in the team’s side and it was again on Saturday. The Yellowjackets (5-16, 2-11 Heart) roared back, trimming the margin to eight at 31-23 by halftime.

The third stanza, on the other hand, has been quite kind to the navy and gold, and Saturday was much of the same. The Statesmen recorded the first 11 points of the quarter and blew the contest wide open with a 23-6 edge during that 10-minute span.

WPU cruised from there to complete the season sweep of GU, outshooting the visitors 44.6%-28.2% and outrebounding them 41-26.

While those numbers are impressive, the matchup was really won in turnovers with William Penn forcing 28 Graceland mistakes (18 for the home team). The Statesmen converted those errors into a 37-10 advantage in points off turnovers.

With 11 more offensive rebounds (20-9), the Statesmen also owned a 15-6 edge in second-chance points.

Ylitalo paced the victors with 20 points, including three three-pointers. Nwagbaraocha was right behind her with 19 points; the junior was 6-for-9 from the field and 7-for-8 from the line. Both players excelled on the defensive end as well as Ylitalo recorded six steals and Nwagbaraocha posted four steals and two blocks.

Sham Troupe (Jr., St. Louis, Mo.) contributed eight points along with a squad-best nine rebounds. JeAnn Hiraldo (Sr., Frisco, Texas, Industrial Technology) swished a pair of three-pointers as part of a seven-point effort, while Brynesha Mosby (Jr., Belleville, Ill., Biology) matched her with seven points off the bench as well.

Jenna Santi (Jr., Oak Creek, Wis., Elementary Education) only tallied two points, but coordinated the offense extremely well with eight assists.

The Statesmen overcame a 54.5% clip at the line, while GU made 76.5% of its free throws.

“I am very pleased with our defensive effort and the determination we played with,” Head Coach Steve Williamson said. “We had a balanced offensive effort and players stepped up with Sarah not in the lineup.”

Next Up: William Penn remains in Oskaloosa next Wednesday to host Peru State in Heart action at 5:30 p.m.


Streaks Snapped in Loss to Graceland

Oskaloosa– It had been a very long time since the Statesmen men’s basketball team had lost at home, but unfortunately all good things must come to an end and they did Saturday in a 91-77 Heart of America Athletic Conference setback to Graceland.

#1 WPU (21-2, 11-2 Heart) had won 37 consecutive home games, dating back to January 9, 2016–a span of 756 days (2 years, 25 days).  The streak is believed to have been the longest current home one in the NAIA entering Saturday.  The navy and gold also witnessed their 10-game overall winning streak also come to a close.

The hosts now lead the trio of Graceland, Peru State, and Central Methodist by just one game in the league.

Ten days earlier in Penn Gymnasium, the Statesmen broke a school record for most points in a conference game, but it was evident early that that performance was not going to be replicated.  The Yellowjackets (16-8, 10-3 Heart) refused to participate in a high-scoring affair.  They wanted to slow everything down, in fact, not starting most of their possessions until more than half of the shot clock had transpired.

It worked in the beginning minutes with the visitors leading 18-13 at the halfway point of the first stanza.  In its last home contest, William Penn had already scored 35 points at the midway juncture.  The home squad did warm up and eventually went into the break ahead 35-29.

WPU was being outshot 43.3%-38.9%, but was taking care of business in other ways to stay on top.  The Statesmen managed to be in the ‘black’ on Black Out Night, just barely keeping the Yellowjackets at bay.

Graceland, though, could not be slowed down after halftime and took the lead for good at 64-61.  The game was tied one final time at 66-66 with 6:48 to go, but the visitors, who shot 70.0% in the latter half, were too much.  When the final horn sounded and William Penn’s two massive streaks were extinguished, the navy and gold were outshot 56.7%-42.6%.

WPU also came up short in rebounding at 38-37; GU had only nine offensive rebounds (WPU had 16), but held a 17-8 mark in second-chance points.  The hosts also struggled at the line with a 50.0% clip, while the Yellowjackets finished at 71.4%.

“Graceland out-played, out-worked, and out-coached us tonight,” Head Coach John Henry said.  “Losing at home is not something that happens to us very often.  Graceland beat us today and deserves a tip of the cap.”

Dominique Shaw (Sr., Lufkin, Texas, Wellness and Recreation) got in early foul trouble, but worked past that to have a great offensive outing with a game-high 28 points.  The senior made six three-pointers, but WPU shot just 31.0% from deep as a team.

D’Angelo Allen (Jr., Dallas, Texas, Wellness and Recreation) added 12 points off the bench, while Aakim Saintil (Sr., West Orange, N.J., Business Management) also reached double figures with 10 points.

Corbin Medley (Sr., Rogersville, Mo., General Accounting) knocked down a trio of trifectas for nine points, while JC Washington (Sr., Houston, Texas, Sociology) contributed six points.  Washington and Allen both pulled down eight rebounds; Washington had two blocks as well.  Saintil and Terrell Thompson (Sr., Indianapolis, Ind., Wellness and Recreation) assisted six times each Saturday.

Next Up: William Penn remains in Oskaloosa next Wednesday to host Peru State in Heart action at 7:30 p.m.

William Penn Women See Success on the Court

Cedar Rapids–Guided by one of, if not the best three-point efforts in school history, the Statesmen women’s basketball team blitzed Mount Mercy 83-59 in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Wednesday.

WPU (16-5, 10-2 Heart) won its third-straight contest by going 13-for-19 (68.4%) from behind the arc and shooting 62.5% overall to complete the season sweep of the Mustangs (6-17, 3-9 Heart).  The win, coupled by losses to Baker and Benedictine, leaves just William Penn and MidAmerica Nazarene atop the Heart standings at 10-2.

It is the fourth different winning streak of at least three games this year for WPU.

The teams traded buckets in the opening minute, but then the navy and gold tallied 10 unanswered and led 16-5 after the first period.

Another 10-0 run in the second quarter pushed the edge to 20 points and the rout was on; the visitors eventually went ahead 40-17 by the break.

After shooting only 29.2% in the first half, MMU warmed up to 55.6% in the latter half (43.1% overall), but the Statesmen were even hotter at 66.7%.  WPU missed just once from deep following intermission, going 7-for-8 (87.5%).

William Penn was Webster’s Dictionary’s definition of ‘on fire’, led by Kate Ylitalo (So., Maple Plain, Minn., Biology) finishing 7-for-9 overall and 5-for-6 from beyond the arc.  The sophomore led all scorers with 19 points.

As incredulous as it may seem considering Ylitalo’s stats, Jenna Santi (Jr., Oak Creek, Wis., Elementary Education) was even more efficient at 5-for-6 (3-for-3 3-PT; 2-for-2 FT) to tally 15 points.  The junior also dished out 10 assists to post a double-double.

Sarah Hansen
 (Sr., Kewanee, Ill., Psychology and Human Services) was not left out of the mix, knocking down half of her eight trifectas en route to 12 points.

Contrary to how her teammates found success, Vashti Nwagbaraocha (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., Exercise Science) did great work inside for 12 points, while Tyra Johnson (Jr., Calumet City, Ill., Undecided) joined the double-digit scene as well with 11 points off the bench.

Both Nwagbaraocha and Johnson, as well as JeAnn Hiraldo (Sr., Frisco, Texas, Industrial Technology), pulled down five rebounds apiece as WPU topped Mount Mercy 33-22 on the glass.  Johnson also matched Ylitalo with a pair of steals.

Morgan Neeley (Sr., Flint, Mich., Exercise Science) sunk seven free throws in the waning minutes to contribute seven points as well.

William Penn overcame three more turnovers (19-16) than Mount Mercy.

“I thought we played as a team tonight, led by five players in double figures,” Head Coach Steve Williamson said.  “Our defense set the tone to start the game and we built from there.  In addition to our starters, we received a great contribution from Tyra Johnson off the bench.  We still need to learn how to play a complete game, but I thought we played really well tonight.”

Next Up: William Penn returns to Oskaloosa Saturday to face Graceland in Heart action at 2 p.m.

WPU Women’s Basketball Throttles Graceland

Lamoni–A strong defensive effort headlined the William Penn women’s basketball team’s 77-42 victory over Graceland in Heart of America Athletic Conference play Saturday.

WPU (10-4, 4-1 Heart), which is off to its best 14-game start since 2010-2011 (also 10-4), limited the Yellowjackets (4-9, 1-4 Heart) to just 24.5% from the field.

The visitors scored the first 11 points of the afternoon and were off to the races from there. The squad led 23-9 after the opening period and pushed that edge to 24 (41-17) at intermission.

William Penn, which shot 42.2% (37.5% 3-PT), grew its advantage to a game-high 37 points in the third quarter.

A nice chunk of the victors’ offense was produced via its defense as the navy and gold forced 23 turnovers (14 steals), leading to a 30-6 margin in points off turnovers. Both Kate Ylitalo (So., Maple Plain, Minn., Biology) and Sarah Hansen (Sr., Kewanee, Ill., Psychology and Human Services) tallied four thefts Saturday.

Ylitalo was her team’s top scorer with 17 points, including four three-pointers, while Hansen made a trio of trifectas en route to a 15-point showing. Vashti Nwagbaraocha (Jr., Milwaukee, Wis., Exercise Science) joined her teammates in double figures with 12 points; the junior actually had a double-double by corraling 13 rebounds. WPU outrebounded GU 50-35.

Jenna Santi (Jr., Oak Creek, Wis., Elementary Education), who also assisted on seven baskets, matched Tyra Johnson (Jr., Calumet City, Ill., Undecided) with nine points. Johnson was perfect in the matchup, making all three of her field goals and all three of free throws. The Statesmen were 73.7% from the charity stripe.

“We had great effort today!” Head Coach Steve Williamson said. “Our ladies did great on both ends and played Statesmen basketball today!”

Next Up: William Penn returns to Oskaloosa next Wednesday to host Grand View in Heart play at 5:30 p.m.


This coverage was provided in a news release sent to KMZN by Wade Steinlage, William Penn University Sports Information Director.

Statesmen Knock Off Rust in Defeat of Benedictine

Oskaloosa–All five starters eclipsed double figures as the William Penn men’s basketball team started the second half of its season on a high note with a 109-91 Heart of America Athletic Conference victory over Benedictine Wednesday.

#3 WPU (13-1, 3-1 Heart) was outshot 49.3%-48.7%, but those numbers are deceiving as Wednesday’s matchup–the first for the team since December 9–was never really in question.

Tied with BC (9-6, 3-1 Heart) at 11-11 just three minutes into the evening, the navy and gold pulled away with 11 unanswered points. The streak was part of a 16-2 run and the victors stayed up by double digits the rest of the night.
William Penn owned a 54-36 halftime edge and extended the margin to a game-high 30 points at 86-56 with 11:27 still on the clock. The Ravens made the final score more reasonable, but could not slow down the Statesmen who scored a plethora of baskets in transition.

The home squad sunk 12 three-pointers and also hit 75.0% of its free throws, but equally impressive was the fact that the team committed only nine turnovers. Benedictine was forced into 14 mistakes, which led to a 15-8 mark in points off turnovers.

WPU also controlled the glass with a 49-39 rebounding edge, which landed the winners a 23-12 edge in second-chance points.

Aakim Saintil (Sr., West Orange, N.J., Business Management), who had played sparingly in only a pair of games before the holiday break, enjoyed a big first start at home with 16 points. The senior connected on a game-best four three-pointers; he also assisted on six buckets.

“I am very happy to have Aakim back on the court,” Head Coach John Henry said. “He helps a lot with speed and shooting.”

Dominique Shaw (Sr., Lufkin, Texas, Wellness and Recreation) topped all participants with a double-double of 23 points (10-for-14 FG) and 10 rebounds. Terrell Thompson (Sr., Indianapolis, Ind., Wellness and Recreation) joined him above 20 points with 21 of his own, while dishing out seven assists as well.

Jovontae Carleton (Jr., El Cerrito, Calif., Sociology) was good for 19 points, while Mikeal Donaldson (Sr., Columbia, S.C.) also managed 14 points. Corbin Medley (Sr., Rogersville, Mo., General Accounting) just missed double figures with nine points.

“Saturday’s game at Graceland is going to be huge,” Henry said. “It will be a great challenge for us.”

Next Up: William Penn travels to Lamoni Saturday to face Graceland in Heart action at 4 p.m.

William Penn University Drops Clive Location, Adds Johnston

Additional Location to Provide Accessibility and Flexibility to Students

William Penn University welcomed students to their new metro location in Johnston yesterday. The Clive location closed as of December 31, 2017, however the Oskaloosa location remains open.

The addition of the Johnston location makes classes more accessible to central Iowans by meeting student needs and increasing educational opportunities for both classroom and online learning. These programs are designed for people who would like to earn or finish their degree to fit their schedule. Classes begin every eight weeks. Bachelor degrees in accounting, business management, human resources management, psychology, sociology, human services and political science are offered. For graduate studies, William Penn also offers a Master of Business of Leadership degree. To learn more about these opportunities, visit www.wmpenn.edu/online.

William Penn’s Johnston Campus is located at Johnston Station, 5525 Merle Hay Rd, Johnston, Iowa 50131. Enroll today at www.wmpenn.edu.

About William Penn University

William Penn University provides the opportunity for an educational experience with a focus on leadership, technology and the Quaker principles of simplicity, peace-making, integrity, community and equality.

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