Tailored Academic Experiences that Connect to the Real World
Pursue your passions; prepare for your profession. Our academic curriculum engages your intellectual capabilities and provides a solid foundation to develop you as a leader.Academics
The Pittsburgh Connection
Just 30 miles south of Pittsburgh, Washington & Jefferson College is close to one of America's most livable cities. With plenty of opportunities and activities for students, this is a great place to go to school.Pittsburgh Connection
From internships to research to funded customizable projects, W&J enables you to professionally prepare for your career that awaits you.Beyond the Classroom
Play an intramural sport. Take part in a speaking event. Join a student organization. You'll find so much to be part of at W&J.Student Activities
Make connections for life
Once a President, always a President. When you graduate, you can tackle the world with help from a vast network of W&J alumni.校友 Resources
W&J really helped me prepare for a project of this magnitude by providing resources, including help from other students and the professors.
Dr. Kuo was adamant that being a well-rounded individual with experience in many fields and the ability to problem solve would be critical for our future. She was right.
Thanks to the broad range of classes I’ve taken at W&J, I felt like I was greatly prepared to embark on this trip. I believe this trip has helped guide me by pointing me toward a field I might be interested in.
I can’t think of one school that provides students with the funds to complete an independent project or internship abroad. The Franklin Magellan Award allowed me to pursue things that I had always hoped to do for a better future. It’s one of the reasons I chose to come to W&J.
W&J encourages students to get out of their comfort zone and try something they only dreamed of doing.
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percentage of 2018 graduates employed or continuing their education
alumni mentors ready to assist current students