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Washington & Jefferson College

Washington, PA

Overview

  • Type
    4-year • Private
  • Campus Life
    Small • Suburban
  • Average Per Year After Aid
    $27K
  • SAT Range
    1020–1250
  • Graduation Rate
    76%

Washington & Jefferson College is a small, 4-year, private liberal arts college. This coed college is located in a large town in a suburban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelor's, certificate, and master's degrees.

From the Institution

About Washington & Jefferson College: For two and a half centuries, Washington & Jefferson College has provided a first-rate liberal arts education that is both broad and practical, preparing students as ethical leaders poised for professional success. The W&J experience stands apart by emphasizing continuous professional preparation and the development of leaders committed to a standard of "uncommon integrity." A Legacy of Leadership: As one of the oldest colleges west of the Allegheny Mountains, Washington & Jefferson College has been educating individuals who become leaders in their professions and communities since 1781. We empower our students to assume roles of leadership throughout campus, and we lead the way in integrating professional readiness with intellectual engagement. Ethical leadership is embedded in our DNA - it's how we approach our work and live our lives, how we learn and interact with our peers - and regardless of your academic pursuit, you will learn the key principles of leading with integrity. Our Campus: Our beautiful 65-acre campus in Washington, Pennsylvania is in walking distance of restaurants, coffee shops, and community events in a growing downtown business district. It's also just 30 miles south of Pittsburgh. On campus, you'll find comfy spaces for study and social time in our eclectic mix of historic and modern buildings. And, with a variety of student activities like concerts and movie nights at our amphitheater, there's always something going on. Community Connections: We foster a supportive, diverse culture where all members of our campus community are valued, included, and able to realize their full potential. You'll find community on campus through clubs and organizations centered around your interests, and internships, volunteer opportunities and more, you'll build your community off-campus, too. With more than 20,000 hours of community service last year, we're taking the lead in living, playing, and serving in our extended community.

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College Board Code
2967
Application Types Accepted
  • Common Application
  • Online through college's own website
Fee Waiver Info
Available to all qualified students. Visit the college website for details.

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Important Dates

Dates are subject to change so confirm important deadlines by visiting the college’s website.

March 1
Regular Application Due


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