An environment for success.

Yes, George Washington played a role in our early days. And we have traditions that resonate with generations of Washington College alumni. The real history is yours to make.

Approximately 1,100 undergraduate students from all over the United States and 11 nations attend WC. We have a student-to-faculty ratio of 9:1, which means your professors will likely say hi to you in the Dining Hall. Campus groups like the Douglass Cater Society of Junior Fellows and Model UN provide students with access to hands-on learning opportunities. Other student organizations are big on community service or the arts. And although we’re set in a rural location, we’re 90 minutes from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, D.C. (excerpt from Washington College website)

Washington College Academy of Lifelong Learning (WC-ALL)

The Academy of Lifelong Learning at Washington College is a  peer-led, self-supported autonomous department of the College that was created for adults who seek intellectual stimulation without the requirements for academic credit.

Each College semester the Academy offers two six-week sessions with 12-15 classes each session; and approximately 400 Eastern Shore residents become members and register for as many classes as they wish, for one all-inclusive membership fee. For more information visit the WC-ALL website.

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