Saturday, Apr. 19, 2014
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You have an idea about what college should be. Academically challenging. Mentally and physically engaging. Fun. Yes, even life-changing. As you consider various colleges and universities in Virginia and across the nation, we invite you to get to know Virginia Wesleyan—where “you’re not just a number” is not just a catchphrase. At VWC, the focus is on you.
We're scholarly. Our faculty members are more than professors; they’re scholars, mentors and friends. Ninety percent hold a PhD or the highest degree in their fields.
We're supportive. With small class sizes and a 13:1 student/faculty, you'll find an extremely supportive community, from financial aid to faculty mentors, ready to help you succeed.
We’re on a roll. With record-breaking applications, the largest freshman classes in the College’s history, and a series of national recognitions, people are taking notice of this “powerhouse of a place.”
We’re coastal. Just miles from the Atlantic Ocean and Chesapeake Bay, the picturesque 300-acre campus of Virginia Wesleyan College is situated in the heart of Hampton Roads.
We're curious. Undergraduate research is an integral part of the VWC experience. You don’t have to wait until graduate school to pursue in-depth study of a subject near to your heart.
We're competitive. Our student-athletes study hard and train hard. With nationally ranked teams and committed and caring coaching staff, you’ll get the best of both worlds—academic and athletic.
We’re community minded. In keeping with our Wesleyan tradition, we believe higher education is about more than gaining knowledge; it’s about giving back and reaching out to those in need.
We're green. Sustainability is serious business at VWC. From our green roof to our recycled graduation gowns, we are committed to a strong environmental ethic in the classroom and beyond.
We’re global. Study abroad through direct exchange programs in Germany, Japan, Italy and Mexico or a broad range of affiliate and faculty-led programs that may find you studying art in Costa Rica or business in Beijing.