Rahman Johnson, Artists Hall of Fame Inductee

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - Mayor Lenny Curry and Edward Waters College President Nat Glover on Wednesday announced a multimillion-dollar investment that would bring new dorms and a community athletic field to the college's Northwest Jacksonville campus.

Curry said he's included more than $8 million in next year's budget proposal, which he'll unveil later this month.

The athletic facility will allow the EWC football team to play on a home field for the first time. The facility and a running track will also be available for community use. (Story)

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National Officers Elected at the

EWC National Alumni Convention

Saturday, June 24th 2017

Celebration of Life for William E. Hurt Jr. (Chill Will)

July 15, 2017 - Will be held at Gaines Chapel, AME Church
911 Dillingham Street Phenix City, Alabama 36867
Time: 12:00 pm - To God be the Glory!

Do not let your heart be troubled; believe in God, believe also in Me. - John 14:1

Congratulations to our Alumnus, Rahman Johnson on being selected to be honored as an Artists Hall of Fame Recipient for the Cooper-Morgan Collective this year.

Once again Rahman has distinguished himself as a leader among men. Rahman who is an unselfish servant that continues to serve humanity and Edward Waters College in a remarkable way is deserving of this distinction. The world recognizes you for your many talents, we applaud you because of the unique qualities that shine daily in this community.

The bible says that a mans gifts will make room for him and bring him before great men. Rahman we continue to watch you work. We know that for you Sir the best is yet to come.

Rahman Johnson Inducted to

Artists Hall of Fame.

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The EWCNAA is currently dedicated to building  membership and raising funds that will support scholarships and National programs for the continued support of Edward Waters College

Jacksonville Mayor Proposes More Than


$8 Million to Fund EWC Dorms and Football


Field

Our Mission

Now is the time for all Edward Waters College Alumni to become involved with the EWC National Alumni Association.  Whether you are a recent graduate or graduated more than fifty years ago, your importance as an Alum is of value to the EWCNAA (click here to join)

Willis Ivery Simmons is a product of Lake Wales, Florida.  He was born June 1, 1942 in Holopaw, Florida.  His parents were Dorell Belton and Amos Simmons, both who are deceased.  His Stepfather, Leroy Peterson, Jr., was a great motivator and support system for him later in life.  He too is deceased.

Willis has been a sports enthusiast since the day he was born, kicking like crazy from the moment he came into the world.  He attended elementary and high school in Lake Wales.  While in high school at Roosevelt High, he received many “Most Valuable Player” awards and honors.  He set all kinds of records in high school.  His great athletic ability and talents followed him as he matriculated at Edward Waters College.  He performed in an extraordinary way during his matriculation at the college from 1960-1964.  He was a first string player all four years at the college.  While in attendance at Edward Waters College, he participated in football, basketball and baseball. Continue reading

Lillie Vereen, elected National President EWCNAA.

National Programs

The mission of the Edward Waters College National Alumni Association is to foster and enhance the relationship between Edward Waters College, its Alumni and friends and to support the Colleges mission as it seeks to develop excellence in scholarship, research and service for the
betterment of humanity​.

In Loving Memory of our Friend and Brother


William E. Hurt (Chill Will)

Congratulations to Lillie Vereen who was elected today as the National President of the Edward Waters College National Alumni Association. Thank you to Ms. Shelia Williams for your dedicated service as National President, Elected June, 2015.


Edward Waters College National Alumni Association
Executive Board, 2017-2019

Lillie Vereen, National President
Johnny Kirby, Vice President
Jackie Nash, Recording Secretary
Linda Holmes, Financial Secretary
Marguerite Warren, Treasurer
Leroy Smith, Parliamentarian
Melva Rozier, District Director
Eric Daniel Johnson, Director of Public Relations
Carrie Dejournett, Chaplain
Shelia Seabrook Williams, Immediate Past President


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