Lauding the liberal arts and sciences for its role in providing students with a strong moral compass so necessary in modern American society, newly-installed President Kurt M. Landgraf pledged to do everything in his power to make sure Washington College endures for generations to come.
The prestigious annual listing in Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine places WC in the top 300 schools nationally, and among the top 100 liberal arts colleges nationally, for affordability and academic quality.
The Sons of the American Revolution presented Washington College with a certificate in recognition of our respectful and appropriate display of the American flag on campus. President Reiss accepted the citation presented by Walter Coryell, Bob Cleaver ’58 and Jack Stenger ’49.
Former Chestertown police chief Walter Coryell presents the citation from the Sons of the American Revolution to President Reiss, who accepted the award on behalf of Washington College.