Founded in 1870, William Woods University is a private institution located in Fulton, Missouri. WWU is historically affiliated with the Christian Church Disciples of Christ but is now independent. Noted programs at the school include equestrian studies, American Sign Language interpreting, and criminal justice. WWU offers all full-time undergraduates the chance to take part in an LEAD program, which consists of attending events such as lectures, athletic events, and community service, and then culminates in a reward of $2,500-$5,000 a year.
William Woods University is a great experience because of the small campus and down-to-earth professors. The equestrian program here is amazing-in the semester that I have been here, I have learned more about riding and the horse industry than I have over my entire life. That speaks alot, since I grew up at a horse training stable.
Rachel from Mazomanie, WI
I thought that William Wood's campus was beautiful. The students were very enthusiastic about sharing information about the school. I was also very interested in the school's L.E.A.D program; as it offers every student financial aid in return of the student being involved in school activities.