Wilmington College

1870 Quaker Way, Wilmington, OH
4-year
Small
Christian college

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Majors offered at Wilmington College

Biggest majors
Business Administration, Management and Operations
Agricultural Business and Management
Education, General

Academics at Wilmington College

930-1090
SAT Score Range
400
1600
Required with application
18-23
ACT Score Range
1
36
Required with application
Student Faculty Ratio
15 to 1
Selectivity
Least Selective (85% Acceptance Rate)
School type
Non-profit Private 4-year institution
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Common careers for Wilmington College students

Common Careers and Their Average Annual Salary

Operations Manager97k
Marketing Director88k
Human Resources (HR) Manager61k
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General)57k
Human Resources (HR) Generalist48k
Production Planner, Manufacturing46k
Accountant36k
Based on 707 student responses
44.7kAvg. Early Career Pay
75.9kAvg. Mid-Career Pay
54%in High-Meaning careers
4%in STEM careers

Net price of attending Wilmington College

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Student reviews of Wilmington College

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100% of students

Known for

Safe campus
Accessible and helpful professors
Welcoming student body
Close-knit community
Commuter-friendly
Lydi Shelton
Acting And Theater
Writing
Comics
Art + 5 others

3.0

WHAT I LIKED

For me, the draw is being close to home. Not having to live in a dorm saves thousands of dollars! (Also, after attending three different schools, I can confirm: Dorms suck.) Also, the professors are very personable. This may not sound like a big deal, but it makes reaching out and asking for help so much easier. Class sizes are small and your professors will know you by name!

WHAT I didn’t LIKE

As a queer person, I find it difficult to be around so many closed-minded individuals. While the faculty and school are usually very open and accepting, students can be a different matter entirely.

Kaitlyn Rauch
Crocheting
Crafting
Knitting
Running + 17 others

3.0