For over 150 years, Muhlenberg College has been educating students in the liberal arts tradition. Seeing a need for evening study in our community, the College began offering adult education courses in 1910. Over 90 years later, this division, formerly known as "Muhlenberg Evening College", was officially renamed The Wescoe School of Muhlenberg College in honor of distinguished alumnus W. Clarke Wescoe '41 (1920-2004).
Through positive, inclusive, and innovative approaches to learning, the mission of the Wescoe School is to transform people's lives, build community and enhance society.
The Wescoe School strives to provide lifelong learners the opportunity to continue and enhance their education, and to do so in ways that recognize their experience, maturity, motivation, life circumstances and capacity for independent scholarship.