For School Counselors

The W&J College Admissions team values its partnership with school counselors as one of our most valuable assets. To assist you in counseling your students, we’ve put the most valuable information for you in one place. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate in contacting us at admission@washjeff.edu

Class of 2023 by the Numbers

We understand that some of your students might ask what a typical W&J College admit might look like. Here are out Class of 2022 admitted students profile

  • Class Size: 329
  • Men/Women: 159/170
  • Ethnicity:
    • White, Non-Hispanic: 72.7%
    • Students of Color: 14.1%
    • Multiracial: 3.1%
    • Ethnicity/Race Unknown: 6%
    • Non-Resident: 4%
  • Primary Geographic Locations
    • Pennsylvania: 71.4%
    • Ohio: 3.9%
    • Maryland: 3.3%
    • All other: 21.4%
  • High School GPA, First-Time, First-Year Freshmen
    • 3.75 or higher: 39.2%
    • 3.50 – 3.74: 23%
  • Student Athletes
    • 152 Freshmen
    • College Sports Teams: 26
    • Total Student Athletes: 46%
    • Average GPA: 3.57
  • Residency Rates
    • First-Year, First-Time Freshmen: 94.5%
    • Number of RA/Resident Staff: 45

Resources for School Counselors

The best way for your students, and you, to learn more about W&J college is to experience our campus and classrooms for yourselves. We can arrange for campus visits for counselors, Monday through Friday throughout the year. To schedule a visit please contact our Admissions Team at admission@washjeff.edu.