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Create Your College Experience for Your Profession and Success

Create Your College Experience for Your Profession and Success

Students engage their intellectual capabilities allowing them to find their voice, pursue their passions and prepare them to lead a life of ethical leadership.

Academics
Centers for Leadership

Centers for Leadership

Our Centers for Leadership offer students the opportunities to learn and become professionally and ethically ready to lead in an ever-changing world.

Centers for Leadership

The Pittsburgh Connection

W&J College is in a suburb outside of one of America’s most livable cities. W&J students gain valuable experiences with leading national and international employers located in downtown Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh Connection

Connect with a Community

Play an intramural sport. Take part in a speaking event. Join a student organization. You'll find so much to be part of at W&J.

Student Activities

Strong Alumni Network

Once a President, always a President. When you graduate, you can tackle the world with help from a vast network of W&J alumni.

Alumni Resources

Pinar started her time at W&J as an English major and was still studying in this program when she planned her Magellan. The flexibility to change paths at W&J is something Pinar appreciates, and she found that studying across disciplines is a valuable part of her College experience.

Pinar Garbioglu, Biochemistry ’22

"I could go on and on about connections I made with staff and my peers through student activities and groups. Just the constant support I had through them gave me a family there even though my family was four hours away."

Jeffrey Germak ’14

Completing a study sponsored by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) may seem daunting for an undergraduate student, but for psychology major Brach Herzig ’20, it’s all in a day’s work.

Brach Herzig, Psychology ’20

What do Beyoncé, Wale, Trey Songz, and Will Tucker ’20 have in common? They’ve all worked at Wire Road Studio in Houston, Texas.

Will Tucker, Sociology ’20

The biology major is interning in the lab of Paul Himes, Ph.D., at the University of Louisville. The lab is working with different mutant pathogenic bacteria and examining their growth patterns to determine if other bacteria can disrupt their chemical signaling pathways to limit their growth.

Alexander Albright, Biology ’20

93 %

percentage of W&J graduates who complete their education in 4 years

97 %

percentage of 2019 graduates employed or continuing their education

300 +

alumni mentors ready to assist current students