The quality of MUW’s academic programs is outstanding. Students can be assured that classes will be taught by professors, not graduate students. With a student body population of about 2,400, the low 12:1 student to faculty ratio gives professors the coveted opportunity to become invested in their students’ well-being.
MUW is rated by both U.S. News and World Report and Consumer Digest as a best value for your education dollar.
The Ina E. Gordy Honors College offers a challenge for academically gifted students. Honors sections of general education requirements, seminars in interdisciplinary subjects and opportunities to work with faculty committees on research projects are available.
Today’s employers are looking for more than academic fluency. They want graduates who are ready to lead. At MUW, student leadership is encouraged in a variety of forums. Due to the university’s ideal size, opportunities abound!
Hearin Leadership Program
The Hearin Leadership Program focuses on scholarship, leadership development and community service. These skills are nurtured and strengthened through monthly leadership meetings and community service activities.
We know college is not just about academics. It’s about where to plug in and power up. Community, friends, social life, making a difference – it’s about the whole you. The university has currently invested $45 million in new facilities and improvements on campus. Our residence hall rooms are large with unique architectural features. The Honors Residence Hall is available to the university’s top scholarship recipients.