College—a 24/7 Experience
Whether you’re editing the yearbook, making friends in choir or running for student government, you’ll feel the support of our close-knit community.
Developing a Complete You
Living on Campus
Living on campus makes it easier to forge connections and immerse yourself in student life—and it makes you more likely to stick to your educational goals.
What you do outside of class is just as important as your coursework. Whether you love furry creatures, community service, the arts, or you want to build up your resume, advocate for change, or create amazing experiences, there's an opportunity for you.
Our collaborative, encouraging environment means you’ll find support to pursue activities that reflect your interests. Gain confidence through the Phoenix Leaders Program, perform in plays, join the gaming club—or even form your own club.
Wilson at a Glance
Student News & Events
Learn more about Wilson College eSports! In addition to information about Wilson, the application process, and financial aid, you’ll also participate in scrimmage matches in our brand-new eSports arena. Join us on February 5th to explore your future and show off your skills against other future Phoenix.
Space for this program is limited because of the interactive nature of the day. Register now!
Interested in a future in Healthcare? Our Healthcare Focus Day will introduce you to the Wilson programs that will prepare for your future. If you want to pursue a degree in Nursing, Exercise Science, Health Science, Healthcare & Medical Humanities, or Biology, this is the day for you! Our faculty in each program will be on-hand for interactive sessions designed to show you what our students do on a daily basis. There will also be a session that details the pathway to post-undergraduate studies.
Join us on February 12th!
Open to all high school juniors and seniors.
Space is limited to 30 students.
Challenge your mind and heighten your critical thinking skills with an afternoon of presentations, reflections, and conversations centered on the Black American experience.
Expressions of Black History
Presented by: Ross Winegardner
An examination of art, poetry, and music from black creators, reflecting both joy and struggle across American history.
Presented by: Laura Oslik
Explore environmental racism and environmental justice and provide examples of how it manifests today.