A different kind of Christian university. Becoming a Whitworth Pirate means joining a family. At Whitworth, you will find a caring Christian community ready to support you and mentor you, no matter your faith background. A place where you belong, and where you matter. A community set apart by the relationships we share, bound together through our mutual commitment to ask tough questions, engage with diverse perspectives and search fearlessly for answers wherever they may be found. This is where the best learning happens. Through these connections and experiences, our graduates are equipped to become who they are meant to be, in their careers and in their communities, and throughout their lives.
Tree Campus WHERE YOU BELONG 2,307 Undergraduate students
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11:1 Student-faculty ratio | 34 countries, 33 states represented 37% Incoming students from Black, Indigenous and People of Color communities 60+ Countries where students can study abroad | 84% Graduates who finish in four years 84% Classes with fewer than 30 students | 3% International students | 10 Residence halls
RANKINGS (WESTERN U.S.) #3 2021 U.S. News best undergraduate teaching | #4 2021 U.S. News best regional universities #3 2021 U.S. News best regional university values | #2 2021 U.S. News best college for veterans
Discover who you’re meant to be.
At Whitworth you’ll find a confident yet unpretentious community. Our active student life and residence hall programs get you involved, inspire you to lead and help you grow.
NWC ALL-SPORTS TROPHIES IN A ROW
STUDENT CLUBS Black Student Union, Gaming
ATHLETICS The Pirates compete in 21 NCAA
Club, Hawaiian Club, HOLA (Heritage of Latino Americans), Pre-Med Club, Student Investment Group, Ultimate Frisbee and dozens more.
Division III sports and have won the trophy for the best overall athletics program in the Northwest Conference for 12 years in a row.
INTRAMURALS FOR ALL Whether for fun or
Women’s sports: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball
for the coveted championship T-shirt, more than half of our students participate in intramural sports, from Ultimate Frisbee to roundnet.
THE ARTS Got a heart for the arts? Students
of all majors participate in more than 20 instrumental and vocal ensembles, and multiple theatre events and art exhibits.
Men’s sports: Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Indoor/Outdoor Track & Field, Soccer, Swimming, Tennis
Come hang out with us! Visiting campus is the best way to see what Whitworth is all about. Meet our fun, welcoming community and make connections right away. whitworth.edu/visit firstname.lastname@example.org | 509.777.4786
Incoming first-year and transfer students enrolling in fall 2022 who fully participate in a qualified 2021-22 campus visit program are eligible to receive a one-time, $1,000 Visit Scholarship to cover tuition. whitworth.edu/visitscholarship
Some travel costs can be reimbursed for admitted seniors and transfers needing financial assistance to make a campus visit. whitworth.edu/campusvisittravelgrant
VIRTUAL VISITS: REGISTER TODAY
Visit virtually by joining us online for our interactive webinars. whitworth.edu/virtualvisit
WHY WHITWORTH DAYS: WEEKLY THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
Experience all Whitworth has to offer on a date that works for you. whitworth.edu/whywhitworth
FALL PIRATE PREVIEW
This visit event is designed for seniors and transfers considering Whitworth.
HONORS SCHOLARSHIP WEEKENDS
Seniors admitted with honors compete for fouryear, full-tuition scholarships at these invitationonly events.
MULTICULTURAL VISIT PROGRAM
This relational community-building event is for high school juniors, seniors and college transfers from multicultural/first-generation backgrounds.
You’ve received your acceptance letter – now come see what it would mean to be a part of the incoming class!
JUNIOR PIRATE PREVIEW
This visit event is designed for high school juniors considering Whitworth in their college search.
LOCATED IN SPOKANE, WASHINGTON | 745,213 METRO POPULATION | FOUR-SEASON CLIMATE
Apply for free.
Visit whitworth.edu/apply to get started. Early Action applicants receive an early admissions decision and financial aid offer and have the opportunity for priority consideration in housing and class registration.
Students who take college courses before graduating from high school should apply as first-years.
NOV. 15: EARLY ACTION I JAN. 15: EARLY ACTION II MARCH 1: REGULAR ADMISSION
FALL SEMESTER JAN. 15: EARLY ACTION I MARCH 1: EARLY ACTION II JULY 1: REGULAR ADMISSION
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Free Whitworth app or Common App High school transcript Optional: SAT/ACT/CLT score* Optional: Academic recommendation form or letter of recommendation *Students with five or more classes from an accredited high school or college (e.g., Running Start) have the option of whether to submit test scores with their application. Students who have only attended nonaccredited homeschool programs or who received competency-based grades with no cumulative GPA are required to submit test scores.
SPRING SEMESTER DEC. 1: REGULAR ADMISSION
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Free Whitworth app or Common App Transcript from each college/university attended Optional: Academic recommendation form or letter of recommendation
Middle 50% of HS GPA: 3.47-4.0 (weighted) | Middle 50% of SAT: 1090-1300 | Middle 50% of ACT: 21-28
OF INCOMING STUDENTS RECEIVE FINANCIAL AID
Spend less. Get more. Submit your FAFSA to Whitworth by Dec. 15 (first-years) or Feb. 1 (transfers) to receive an early financial aid offer.
$12,000 TO $27,000 PER YEAR
Tuition: $46,350 Fees: $1,240 Room and meals: $12,500
Based on academic achievement and personal background; renewable up to four years.
CAMPUS HOUSING GRANTS: $3,000 PER YEAR
For 2022-23 incoming first-year students living on campus to cover tuition.
OTHER RESOURCES: $1,000 TO FULL TUITION PER YEAR To learn more about all financial aid resources at Whitworth, see whitworth.edu/undergraduateaid.
$35,758 Average scholarships and grants for 2021-22 first-years
100% Incoming students receiving financial aid
$74.1 million Total financial aid awarded to all students
Whitworth University is committed to delivering a mission-driven educational program that cultivates in students the capacity to engage effectively across myriad dimensions of diversity. Whitworth University is committed to the fair and equal treatment of all students in its educational programs and activities. The university does not discriminate against students based on race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, age, or disability and complies with all applicable federal or state non-discrimination laws in its instructional programs.
Majors & Programs Choose from 100+ majors and programs, or design your own major based on your academic interests and career goals. whitworth.edu/majors
Accounting, BBA Air Force ROTC American Studies, B.A. Applied Mathematics, B.S. – Data Science, General, Mathematical Economics, Mathematical Finance
Applied Physics, B.A. Army ROTC Art & Design, B.A. – Ceramics, Drawing, Glass, Graphic Design, Mixed Media, Painting, Printmaking, Sculpture
Art Education, B.A. Art History, B.A. Asian Studies Athletic Coaching Bioinformatics, B.S. Biology, B.A., B.S. Biophysics, B.S. Chemistry, B.A., B.S. – Biochemistry, Physical Chemistry
Chinese Communication, B.A. – Communication, Journalism & Media Studies, Speech Communication, Strategic Communication Communication & Culture Communication & Technology
Community Arts Community Health, B.A. Computer Science, B.A., B.S. – Business, International Project Management, Network Systems
Criminology & Criminal Justice, B.A. Dance Design Your Own Major, B.A. Development Studies Economics, BBA Editing & Publishing Education, B.A. – Elementary, Secondary, Special Education
Education Studies, B.A. – Elementary, Secondary
Engineering, B.S. Engineering – Dual Degree Transfer Program English, B.A. – English/ Language Arts, Literature, Writing Studies
English Language Learner Environmental Science, B.S. Environmental Studies, B.A. Film & Visual Narrative Finance, BBA French, B.A. – French & Francophone Studies, French Education
Front-End Design Development, B.A. George Whitworth Honors German Health Science, B.S. – Pre-Athletic Training
History, B.A. History/Social Studies, B.A. Human-Computer Interaction, B.A. Information Technology International Studies, B.A. Kinesiology, B.A. Latin American Studies Law & Justice Leadership Leadership in the Arts, B.A. Management, BBA Marketing, BBA Mathematics, B.A., B.S. Medieval & Early Modern Studies Music, B.A. – Composition, Instrumental Performance, Jazz Performance, Music Ministry, Piano Pedagogy, Piano Performance, Voice Performance
Music Education, B.A. –
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Nursing, B.S. Peace Studies, B.A. Philosophy, B.A. Physics, B.A., B.S. Political Science, B.A. Pre-Chiropractic Pre-Dentistry Pre-Law Pre-Medical Technology Pre-Medicine Pre-Occupational Therapy Pre-Pharmacy Pre-Physical Therapy Pre-Physician Assistant Pre-Veterinary Psychology, B.A. Public History Reading Instruction Sociology, B.A. – Global Sociology, Social Analysis, Social Work & Human Services Spanish, B.A. – Languages & Literature, Spanish Education TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) Theatre, B.A. – Acting, Community-Based Theatre, General, Production
Theology, B.A. U.S. Cultural Studies Visual Communication Women’s & Gender Studies Worship Leadership