Wilson is committed to providing our students and their families with value in a college education. From our first-in-the-nation student loan buyback program to career development and financial literacy training, we’re dedicated to providing an experience
Our Distinctive Community
Experience it Yourself
Step onto our campus and feel the Wilson difference. Our students are curious, driven and community-minded—just like you.
With individualized attention, the latest in technology and equipment, access to the nation’s Capitol and rich traditions, a Wilson education has it all.
Mission and Values
We’re passionate about student-centered education. Think of how much further you’ll go with close student/faculty relationships; small, invigorating classes; and a supportive environment that rewards exploration.
Our lush 300-acre campus is on the National Register of Historic Places—but it’s more than just a pretty place. Discover the organic farm at the Fulton Center for Sustainability Studies; visit the Gold LEED-certified Brooks Complex for Science, Mathematics and Technology; or hang out in the new learning commons in the newly renovated John Stewart Memorial Library.
We’ve evolved from a pioneer in women’s education to one of the “Best Value” schools for women and men in U.S. News & World Report’s annual college rankings guide. For nearly 150 years, we’ve been proud to provide education and resources that respond to changing student needs.
The Buddha was a historical person who lived around 500 BC, and he spent over fifty years teaching people how to wake up from the suffering that pervades human existence. The term “Buddha” actually means “to be awake” or “to be enlightened.” This talk explores some of the basic...
While on a sabbatical from teaching at Wilson College, Associate Professor of Fine Arts R.K. Dickson traveled nearly 10,000 miles over seven months, shooting more than 1,000 black-and-white photographs.
Gone are the days when nursing students practiced giving injections by using a syringe on an orange. Now with the help of human facsimiles known as simulators or mannequins, students can have a much more true-to-life experience.