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Whitworth University

About

Whitworth University is a nationally ranked, private Christian liberal arts university in Spokane, Wash. Founded in 1890, Whitworth enrolls over 2,300 undergraduate students and offers more than 100 majors and programs. From participating in NCAA Division III athletics or intramurals, getting involved in one of 50-plus student clubs, or attending campus chapel, Whitworth students stay busy and deeply integrate themselves into the tight-knit campus community.

Admission

Admission Information

Your future at Whitworth begins here!

We welcome applications from students who demonstrate the academic promise and personal traits to succeed at Whitworth University and who desire to join our warm and welcoming community. We’re part of a proud tradition of Christian liberal arts institutions that have educated students for generations, yet our mission sets us apart in the higher-education landscape. Since 1890, Whitworth has held fast to George F. Whitworth’s founding mission to provide “an education of mind and heart” through rigorous and open intellectual inquiry and the integration of Christian faith and learning.

Application Requirements:

1. Free Application (either www.whitworth.edu/apply or www.commonapp.org)
2. SAT/ACT/CLT score: Whitworth is proud be test-optional for the past 13 years! For students who wish to have test scores considered as part of their application, Whitworth considers students’ SAT, ACT or CLT superscore (composite of the highest subscore of each section of the test – potentially from multiple test dates). No preference is given to one type of test over another. Test scores are not considered in the merit scholarship awarding process.
3. High school or college transcript
4. Optional for U.S. citizens/permanent residents: Academic recommendation form or letter of recommendation

 

Have questions about applying to Whitworth? Please email us at admissions@whitworth.edu, or call us at 509.777.4786 (Spokane) or 800.533.4668 (toll free).

Financial Aid

Whitworth University is one of the best higher-education values in the Western United States. We’re consistently ranked among the top five master’s-level universities in the 15-state region of the Western United States in U.S. News & World Report’s annual ranking of best values. We’re also ranked in the top half of Kiplinger’s ranking of the top 100 private university values in the United States.

 

Here are a few more reasons Whitworth is a great value:
– 97 percent of Whitworth’s graduates finish in four years.
– The average scholarships and grants for 2020-2021 incoming first-year students was $34,836 per year.

 

Whitworth offers numerous scholarships and grants, more than we can list here! Go to www.whitworth.edu/scholarships to learn more.

Academics

A Whitworth University education is characterized by academic excellence, the integration of faith and learning, abundant opportunities to engage in research, internships and practicums, study abroad, and service, and thorough preparation for a successful career with purpose.

 

Choose from more than 100 majors and programs, or design your own major based on your academic interests and career goals. See all your options at www.whitworth.edu/majors.

 

Whitworth also is well-known for our experiential learning opportunities, including study abroad, internships, research, service learning, and more. Our goal is to live up to our mission to give our students an education of the mind and heart.

 

About Whitworth Athletics
Whitworth Athletics, affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletics Association (NCAA) at the division III level and a member of the Northwest Conference (NWC), offers 21 varsity sports. Men can participate in football, golf, soccer, cross country, basketball, swimming, baseball, tennis, and Track & Field (indoor and outdoor). Women’s sports include volleyball, golf, soccer, lacrosse, cross country, basketball, swimming, softball, tennis, and Track & Field (indoor and outdoor).

 

Whitworth Athletics is committed to excellence. The Pirates have won 12 consecutive Northwest Conference McIlroy-Lewis All-Sports trophies.

 

Whitworth’s mission as a Christian liberal arts institution is emphasized in its athletics program: Student-athletes are encouraged to participate fully in the academic, spiritual and social life of the campus, and Whitworth coaches are chosen for their effectiveness as teachers and mentors as well as for their athletic knowledge and ability. We at Whitworth take great pride in the athletic accomplishments of our students; we strive to equip our student-athletes to excel in sports, in academics, and in life.

Student Life

Students come to Whitworth University not just to be taught, but to learn. They come for an education. And we recognize that a sound education is not limited to the classroom or to formal educational activities; there is another side to the curriculum. The student-life program is the “other side” of this educational process. It is an opportunity to deal with questions like these: “Who am I, and what are my gifts?” “How do I develop durable, trustworthy relationships?” “How do I grow spiritually, and how can I find ways to express my faith in service to others?”

 

Our active Student Life at Whitworth includes the amazing residence halls, numerous student clubs, intramural athletics, many spiritual life offerings, and celebration of cultural diversity.

 

Through the building of mentoring relationships and a wide variety of programs, the student-life division assists students in meeting these challenges, while affirming the growth and change that occur in their lives. Within the division there are competent counselors, career advisors, resident directors, study-skills specialists, health educators, student-activities advisors, ethnic-minority student advisors, international-student advisors and a chaplain to facilitate this personal growth and development of leadership skills.

 

“In support of the mission of Whitworth University, the Student Life Division prepares students for the future by empowering them to become independent individuals who compassionately engage and effectively serve people and the world around them.”

Campus Housing

Whitworth students live on campus for at least 2 years and have 10 wonderful residence halls to choose from. 4 out of 5 students said living on campus enhanced their academic performance, among many other benefits.

 

One thing that sets Whitworth’s residence life experience apart is our PrimeTime offerings. Each day from 8-10 p.m. you will find student leaders available in the lounge or “living room” of the residence halls. The student leaders are there for a variety of reasons: to offer some sort of activity for residents to be involved in, to be a listening ear, or to get supplies that may be needed (vacuums, cleaning supplies, games, etc.). It is a great place to get to know other people who live in the building.

Admissions Representative

Jordan Leseberg

Phone: 509.777.4786

Email: admissions@whitworth.edu

Live Schedule

October 6 at 11:00 am with Jason Tobeck, Associate Director of Admissions

 

October 7 at 10:30 am with Jordan Leseberg, Assistant Director of Admissions

 

October 7 at 6:00 pm with Jordan Leseberg, Assistant Director of Admissions

 

October 8 at 11:00 am with Reagan Kissel, Admissions Counselor

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