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Fast Facts

95% of Wooster graduates are employed within 6 months

94% of Wooster graduates are accepted in their top choice graduate school

Founded on December 18, 1866

Located in Wooster, Ohio, a community of 27,000, approximately 55 miles southwest of Cleveland

Campus: 240 acres

Academic calendar: Semesters

Degrees conferred: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, and Bachelor of Music Education

Full-time faculty: 171

Full-time faculty holding Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree: 96%

Student-faculty ratio: 11 to 1

Total enrollment (2017): 2,000

  • 54% women, 46% men
  • 20% U.S. students of color
  • 13% international
  • 37% Ohio, 63% non-Ohio
  • 43 states and 54 countries represented

Students living on-campus: 99%

Tuition, fees, room & board (2017-18): $60,000

Students receiving financial aid: more than 80%

Average 2017-18 aid package: $39,224

Students who are Pell Grant recipients: 19%

Endowment market value (Oct. 27, 2017): $300 million

Athletics: 23 intercollegiate teams (NCAA Division III)

Nickname: Fighting Scots