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Be a Part of Something Real

What does it mean to be a part of something real?

It means learning through real-world experiences that shape your resume and your life. It means a real collaborative environment where people know the real you. It means our students have real success on campus and after graduation. There are a million ways to be a part of something real at Westminster, but for now we’ll stick to 10. We’ll fill you in on the other 999,990 when you come to visit.





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Majors and Programs

Westminster’s seven undergraduate schools offer more than 50 majors and pre-professional programs. Each program is designed to equip students with deep expertise in a major field of study as well as an impressive array of the soft skills that employers want.



Visit Campus

Westminster’s 300-acre campus is gorgeous in every season. Located within easy driving distance of both Pittsburgh, PA, and Cleveland, OH, it’s truly a college to see in real life. Campus tours and special Admissions events are held throughout the year.

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Cost & Financial Aid

We are an exceptional educational value, ranked among the top 25 colleges in the nation for “Best Value for the Money” by College Factual. After scholarships and financial aid, many of our students pay about the same amount out of pocket that they would at a state school, but they receive an education that is far richer. Let us work with you to develop a financial plan that makes a Westminster education affordable for you.





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Application Checklist

 Select one of the three application deadline schedules.

 Take the SAT or ACT no later than October or November of your senior year.

 Make sure your high school or secondary school submits your transcript and secondary school report form.

 Complete and submit the FAFSA as soon as possible after October 1 for review in mid-November.