The College is located in Fulton, Missouri, a community of 13,000 residents that is approximately 25 miles from both Columbia and Jefferson City.
The school colors are Westminster Blue and White and the mascot is Winston the Blue Jay.
Total Enrollment of Degree Seeking Students
Student Body Demographics
14% of student body composed of international students
70 countries represented in the student body
Average ACT score of first-time freshman is 25
Majority of students are from Missouri, Arkansas and Oklahoma
Student/Faculty Ratio of 14:1
Student Life Activities and Information
94% of students live on-campus in college-owned housing
20% of student body participates in a Division III NCAA varsity sport
45% of students are members of Greek organizations
64 full-time instructional faculty members
Cost per year of $27,350 for tuition, room and board, and student fees
99% of students receive financial aid assistance
Annual operating expenditure of $23,615,510 (FY2010)
Alumni giving percentage of 22% (FY2010)
74% of graduates secure jobs within one year of graduating
31% of graduates enroll in graduate programs within one year
*the percentages add up to over 100% as some graduates secure jobs and
enroll in graduate programs simultaneously
Westminster College is one of the top liberal arts colleges in the nation, according to the rankings of U.S.News & World Report. Forbes magazine selected Westminster as one of America’s Top Colleges and Universities, the Best Liberal Arts College in Missouri, and one of the Best Liberal Arts Colleges in America. The Princeton Review recently named the College as one of the best colleges and universities in the Midwest for the ninth straight year. Full List of Rankings and Recognitions
National Churchill Museum, Church and Berlin Wall
The magnificent Church of St. Mary the Virgin, Aldermanbury, a 16th century Christopher Wren church left in ruin from the German bombings during World War II, was brought stone by stone from London and restored on campus in 1969 to commemorate Churchill’s historic “Iron Curtain” speech delivered on campus in 1946. Today the Church is the home of the National Churchill Museum, the only North American institution fully devoted to the life and work of Churchill. Adjacent to the Museum stands “Breakthrough,” a sculpture by Edwina Sandys, constructed from the longest contiguous section of the Berlin Wall to be found in America.
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