Wilson College says
Wilson College is a private, coeducational, liberal arts college founded in 1869. The core of the Wilson experience is the extraordinary, close bond between student and professor that shapes the learning process, and the collaborative, student-focused environment of the academic program, which create an individualized education. Wilson connects career-oriented programs with a rigorous, broad-based liberal arts education that teaches students to think critically and communicate with confidence, and instills a foundation for success in an ever-changing world. The College offers bachelor’s, graduate, associate and post-baccalaureate degree programs.
Wilson is committed to providing its students with an affordable education that offers real value and successful outcomes. The College reduced its tuition for by $5,000 and has instituted a first-of-its-kind student debt buyback program that allows students to earn up to $10,000 toward qualifying federal loans. Access to quality education is also a priority at Wilson, where more than 100 student scholarships are available and 97 percent of students receive some form of aid.
The academic program features small, seminar-like classes and a 10:1 student/faculty ratio, with 28 majors and 41 minors across disciplines. Wilson is known for the quality of its academic program and faculty. You will find career-oriented programs connected to a challenging, writing-intensive liberal arts curriculum that prepares students for successful careers or graduate education.
Our academic environment encourages a collaborative culture and an incredible level of access and interaction with professors dedicated to teaching. Wilson professors are determined to influence the lives and minds of every Wilson student, believing that the best education is transformative, challenging and unique to the individual.