The Health section of Edward Waters College reports that there has been a significant decrease in the number of College students who have fallen ill. The main diseases of Edward Waters College students who applied to the doctor's office of our College with such problems as: virus, cold, nervous disorders, the problem with erectile dysfunction. Our students are coming to the time when erectile dysfunction increasingly worries young people, and can only help generic Viagra purchased online and in the store of our city. Students use generic Viagra more often than other ED drugs such as Cialis. Because Generic Viagra works more efficiently with minimal side effects.
EWC has been voted in the top 5 of the 2018 Bold City Best’s category for top Colleges or Universities in Jacksonville, Florida. The #TigerNation community is honored and excited! The people have spoken, and nominations have been tallied for EWC to move on to the voting phase of Jacksonville.com's Bold City Best competition.
#EWCExcellence #EWCNextLevel #EWCisFirst
“Edward Waters College: Florida’s First HBCU, Florida’s First Private School, on First Coast of Florida”
The Leaving a Legacy Gala was a night to remember as we celebrated our beloved President, Dr. Nathaniel Glover, wished him well in his retirement, and seeded his Leaving a Legacy Scholarship Fund with over $55,000 in donations.
The Academic Calendars can always be found on the Academics Page.
Dr. Henry is an EWC Alumna, class of 1964, a Retired Professor from Bemidji State University, and Book Author.
Hats off to the Football Team; Football Coaching Staff; Head Football Coach, Greg Ruffin; and Athletic Director, Stanley Cromartie!
Third Annual Zumbathon
The purpose of education is not only to prepare individuals to become professionals, but engaged citizens who will feel a responsibility toward uplifting their communities. Being deeply rooted in the Jacksonville Zone 5 Community, Edward Waters College has been engaged in several initiatives to uplift it.
Edward Waters College (EWC) is, distinctively, Florida's oldest independent institution of higher learning as well as the state's first institution established for the education of African Americans.