A selective, independent, residential college with an innovative curriculum based on the liberal arts, Westminster College's academic program educates and inspires men and women for leadership, service, and professional success in a global community. Leader development as an aim of a liberal arts education is a Westminster tradition that remains timeless and timely. Our interconnected and dynamic world requires broadly educated men and women of character who can make a difference in all walks of life.
We understand leader development as education of the whole person. To this end, we offer a broad general education in the arts and sciences, along with 36 majors, 43 minors, 3 dual programs, and a wide array of integrated experiential learning opportunities.
We are a close caring community in which faculty and students actively engage in learning. Small classes, student-centered instruction, and the intentional integration of theoretical concepts and practical applications characterize our approach to education.
Imagine a semester abroad in England or a biology travel course in Africa. Picture yourself on an internship in the nation's capital or conducting scientific research in Taiwan. Envision service in the local community being integrated with courses in the curriculum. Dream about going home with a fellow student during the summer to the Maldives, or to Russia, or to India. It all happens here at Westminster College.
We invite you to come and see.
Carolyn Perry, Senior Vice President of the College and Dean of Faculty
David Jones, Associate Dean of Faculty
Ingrid Ilinca, Assistant Dean for Student Academic Success
Neil Hunt, Transfer Credit Coordinator
Janet Denton, Executive Assistant
Pam Heimericks, Administrative Assistant