• Magellan Scholars Embark on Internships, Research Projects Around the World

    Angela Nied Magellan Project 2014
  • Princeton Review's Senior Vice President for Publishing to Speak at W&J Showcase

  • W&J MAKING THE GRADE IN NATIONAL PUBLICATIONS, NAMED BEST COLLEGE BY PRINCETON REVIEW

    W&J Names Best College by Princeton Review
  • W&J Welcomes Parents, Family Members to Family Weekend 2014

    Family Weekend is Sept. 19-21
  • W&J Routs Westminster 56-21, Improves to 2-0

    W&J Football beats Westminster 56-21
  • W&J PROFESSOR SPEAKS AT PRESTIGIOUS WRITER'S CONFERENCE

    Jonathan Gottschall

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Presidents By The Numbers

98%

PERCENTAGE OF W&J GRADUATES WHO COMPLETE THEIR EDUCATION IN 4 YEARS

94%

2013 GRADUATES EMPLOYED OR ENROLLED IN GRADUATE SCHOOL

300+

NUMBER OF ALUMNI IN MENTORING NETWORK READY TO ASSIST CURRENT STUDENTS

10:1

Student:faculty ratio

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Spotlight on Success

Huong Nguyen

Huong Nguyen

Huong Nguyen decided to enroll at Washington & Jefferson College because it seemed like a place where she could make a difference. That is why, after learning about the College’s Leadership and Service Institute, the ambitious 18-year-old jumped at the chance to apply.

Enthusiastic to get a head start on honing her leadership skills, Nguyen arrived at W&J a couple of weeks before classes started to get to know members of the campus community and connect with like-minded classmates. “When I graduated from high school, I knew I wanted to be more involved in college but didn’t know what I wanted to do,” said Nguyen, who became inspired after meeting representatives from local volunteer organizations. “The program really opened doors for me at W&J.”