Adult & Professional Studies Admissions
Whether you're looking for a flexible program designed to fit a hectic schedule or professional development opportunities that expand your mind and vary your skill set, you can unlock your future at Widener.
It's never too late. We understand the twists and turns life can take you on and believe that busy schedules shouldn't limit your possibilities. That's why we provide flexible learning opportunities—including a wide selection of 100% online degree programs for adults—so you can receive a quality education at a time and pace that works for you.
And we've made the admissions and financial aid process as easy as possible so you feel confident and ready as you take the next steps toward starting your undergraduate degree or continuing your education.
Find Your Program
Looking for flexibility? We've got you covered. We offer a wide selection of 100% online programs designed for working adults.
Choose from more than 300 career training workshops across a wide range of disciplines. Along the way, you'll have access to instructors who will fuel your success.
From corporate and career training programs to continuing education credits, we will help you prepare to advance in your current profession or broaden your horizons in a new field.
OLLI offers curious, senior adults a vibrant learning community to explore a variety of engaging topics year round, as well as field trips and special activities.
How to Apply
Applying online has never been easier. Ready to join a leading university dedicated to your success? Explore our application procedures and requirements.
Tuition & Aid
A Widener education is an investment in your future. When comparing costs, we encourage you to look beyond the sticker price. Because Widener is a private institution, we’re able to provide scholarships and grants that make affording an exceptional education possible.
Explore Widener's Campus
The best way to get to know Widener University and everything our metropolitan Philadelphia campus has to offer is by visiting us in person. To visit campus is, more often than not, to fall in love with the place.