4-year, Regionally accredited
It’s always nice to learn that an institution of higher learning pays special attention to its students’ career preparation. Wilmington College is such an institution. Based on Quaker principals, this unique school in central Ohio offers popular degree programs in agriculture management, business, education and sports management, among others. All classes are held on campus; there are no online courses or degree programs.
Since almost 90% of Wilmington’s students are 24 and younger, the campus provides a unique and safe place to transition to adulthood. Annual cost to attend, which averaged about $22K for the 2014-15 school year, is somewhat less than posted “sticker” costs of around $30K. This lower cost results from Wilmington’s grants and scholarships, which are received by 93% of its students according to data from the Education Department.