Intellectually Engaging. Ready for the World.

We believe in a differentiated, outcome-based experience for every student. Regardless of your career path, you’ll be valued by leading employers throughout the world. Ethical leadership training and studies is built into each year of a student’s experience. Our curriculum includes a required practicum which gives students the knowledge and confidence to prepare for the career that awards them.

Majors and Minors

From Business to Computing and Information Studies to Pre-Professional programs, W&J offers more than 32 majors and 27 minors for students to design their intended area of study. Students will be required to declare a double major or major/minor combination that offers a robust learning experience by their sophomore year.

Beyond the Classroom

You’ll utilize your academic strengths in a non-classroom setting to further your professional development. W&J College requires a practicum that will provide the job-specific, hands-on knowledge employers want. W&J students are hired by leading employers such as PPG, UPMC, Highmark, Deloitte, and other internationally recognized companies.

Faculty & Advising

Recognized for their research, their publications, their artwork, and their teaching, our faculty keep you intellectually engaged and get you professionally prepared. You'll find W&J College professors actively beside you in the lab, traveling with you to present research at academic or professional conferences, or helping you write a proposal. As your advisors, our faculty support your dreams and help you design your best course of study.

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Countries visited by W&J College students through the Magellan Project

Number of majors available to help you prepare for a lifetime of personal and professional success

Hours per week that The Clark Family Library is open, offering a quiet, comfortable space to study, collaborate, or just reflect

Calendar of Events

Summer II Term Ends

Grades Due, 5 pm (Summer II)

New Faculty Oreintation

Clark Family Library

Monday - Friday, 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Sunday, 12:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Ronalee Ciocco
Director of Library Services