Leadership Programs



1884The W is a university that invites you to be part of a community. Being part of our community, you will have the opportunity to experience an award-winning education, to become a leader, and develop your professional skills. Through our small-class room size and highly personalized learning environment, we prepare you to realize your dreams.

We dare you to imagine yourself on our campus. With over 50 different majors, The W offers many great educational opportunities at an affordable cost. Start your journey to The Long Blue Line today. Schedule your campus visit today and meet with an admissions counselor who will personally show you our beautiful campus.




Admission of entering freshmen is based on the completion of the College Preparatory Curriculum with either a specific minimum grade-point average or both a specific GPA and minimum standard test score.

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The W cares about all of our students and their potential. That's why we've created financial awards that recognize all levels of academic achievement and provide support for your studies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Find the answers to some of the most common questions we get asked.

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Like what you've seen about The W so far? Request information about your major, housing, scholarships, and more.

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Credit for AP/IB Courses

You've worked hard to get where you are. Find out which AP and IB courses will give you credit at The W.

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Honors Program

The Ina E. Gordy Honors College provides exceptional students with additional academic, leadership, and research opportunities.

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