Wilson students realize their potential
Men and women who graduate from a liberal arts college are typically more confident and achieve higher levels in their careers. Most of Wilson’s senior leaders are women, who have served as inspirational role models to others throughout their time at the College. Our culture of achievement is apparent from the moment you arrive on campus and are invited to the president’s home to discuss the College’s history, its high academic standards and what that can mean for you.
Expectations are high here, and Wilson has an
intentional commitment to academic rigor. We expect you to achieve. You can
meet those expectations because of the support you receive from faculty
members, fellow students and even caring staff members. Everything about our
environment says, “Yes, you can.”
By the time you graduate from Wilson, you will
be the ethical leader and independent thinker that employers are seeking. You
will be prepared to lead change toward a better global society. You will be
self-assured in whatever you do. At Wilson College, you can be confident.