Stories from the Pride
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Our points of pride not only designate us as a top tier university, they also demonstrate the resources and connections we offer that lead students to successful, rewarding careers.
95% of Grads Achieve Career Goals
Within 6 months of graduation, 95% of Class of 2018 was employed, in grad school, or in military/other service, according to survey data.
13:1 Student-Faculty Ratio
Small class sizes allow faculty to make you the priority.
A Diverse Campus
You'll be welcomed into a community that hails from 48 states and 37 foreign countries.
24 NCAA Division III sports teams
From soccer and volleyball to rugby and track, there are plenty of varsity sports to enjoy at Widener.
of Full-time Grad Students Receive Aid
The average undergraduate academic scholarship amounts to $100,000 over 4 years.
Payscale ranks Widener in the top 18% nationwide with an alumni mid-career salary of $101,100.
Best Value College
Named a best value college in Greater Philadelphia by Niche.com
Top 150 Most Affordable
LendEDU ranks Widener one of the most affordable schools for incoming freshmen who have financial need.
87% Live on Campus Their First Year
Before long, our campus will feel like your second home.
National Diversity Award
Widener was awarded a 2018 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine.
With 80+ clubs, you'll find ways to get involved, make invaluable connections, and pursue your interests.
Nearly all of the current club team coaches are Widener graduates and former players themselves, drawn back to the university and their teams as a way to give back and stay involved.
Widener alumnus Markevis Gideon and his business partners appeared on the popular ABC show Shark Tank to pitch investment in their fast repair technology company.
The National Science Foundation awarded Professor Dawn Gulick $748,000 to continue developing an innovative orthopedic device aimed at improving joint mobility through quantitative assessment.
On the Inside Track
Clinical rotations taught Kaylee how to interact with patients and handle real-world scenarios.
Hub of Healthcare
Our proximity to Philadelphia provided Kaylee with access to world-class medical facilities.
On the Field
Our flexible nursing program meant Kaylee could pursue nursing and play lacrosse.
At His Fingertips
In the finance lab, DeShawn managed an investment fund using the same technology found on Wall Street.
Student Government Association representative and president of Black Men United, DeShawn was a campus leader.
Deshawn developed relationships with industry-connected professors and received valuable professional advice.
Small Campus, Big Opportunities
Small classes allowed for one-on-one interactions with professors, helping Luis develop an interest in neuroscience.
Home Away from Home
An international student, Luis was far from home, but he found a welcoming community.
Fast Track to Success
Through the 4+1 engineering program, Luis earned his degrees in less time, jumpstarting his career.
Technology Mentor Promoting STEM Fields
Multiple internships prepared Danielle for a job with the Philadelphia Eagles.
In Widener’s state-of-the-art broadcasting studio, Danielle gained experience with industry-standard equipment.
Her professor's strong industry connections opened the door for Danielle.