Choose from 35 majors and 44 minors in a liberal arts education that combines the skills and focused study needed for success in work and life. Whether you aim to enter the working world or continue on to a graduate degree, your academic and real-world experience at Wilson will be an asset.
At Wilson, you matter. With an average class size of 13 students, individual mentoring from faculty and a collaborative community that sets you up for success, your Wilson experience focuses on your individual goals.
U.S. News & World Report has ranked Wilson College #4 as a “Best Value” school in our region. We’ve maintained (and even lowered) tuition for seven years, and our innovative student loan buyback program lets qualified graduates earn up to $10,000 toward their federal student debt.
We make sure the numbers add up to a great experience for you.
Mean, cumulative GPA for first-year students
We effectively help students navigate the transition to fast-paced academic life. A 3.0 high school GPA or above qualifies you for merit-based scholarships that cover up to half the cost of tuition.
Student organizations and clubs
Whether you’re interested in choir, fencing, student government or meeting other pre-veterinary students, we have an activity or group for you.
Undergraduate students receiving financial aid
We're deeply committed to affordable education. In 2014, we actually reduced our tuition by $5,000.
Prepare for a rewarding career in education with our collaborative learning models, partnerships with local communities and innovative educational practices. You can also choose to focus on special education.
Receive your BSN, with the option to combine with your existing RN certification. Our nursing programs combine the most current innovations in nursing education with hands-on experiences in diverse environments.
Whether she’s describing how to construct new plasmids for genetic research on chromatin folding or discussing how to synthesize the drug AZT with trivalent iron to improve its effectiveness at fighting liver cancer, Anna Harutyunyan ’17 impresses not only with complete command of her topic, but also with her boundless zest for research.
I want to contribute something that will help to understand what causes a disease and how to combat it.
Wilson College and Harrisburg Area Community College recently signed an expanded agreement allowing HACC associate degree graduates to seamlessly enter Wilson, bringing all of their credits earned with a grade of C or better with them.
The Wilson College Master of Special Education program has received approval of an autism endorsement curriculum from the Pennsylvania Department of Education, a credential that will benefit teachers and others who work with people with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).
Rain forced the 148th annual Wilson College commencement ceremony indoors on May 13, but that didn’t dampen the mood of the assembled graduates, guests and speakers, thanks in large part to the address delivered by comedian and author Jane Condon.