Wilmington College
Wilmington, OH, USA

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Wilmington College
3.40 Average Rating

Paige from Bloomingburg, OH

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
The professors here are very understanding and treat you like another human being. They treat you like an adult and are very easy to get along. They are willing to meet with you and assist you in any way possible. They get you hand on experience. It's not all about being in class learning. A lot of my classes that I am taking now I have been placed on a real experience.
Am enjoying being here
I commuite to college and I enjoy being on campus. Everyone is so friendly and it is just a great college to attend. There are a lot of activities to get involved in. I'm at the college more than what I am at home. Most students are busy doing different activities that they are hardly in their dorm room. It is really easy to get involved and just a great way to meet new people.
Bang for the buck
Yes the college is expensive but it is worth it. Your treated like a human being and you get to know your classmates, professors and adminstive staff. The classes are small and again you get to know everyone.
Tips for prospective students
Come for a visit. Everyone on campus is friendly and will help you in anyway that they can.
Great for these types of students
Wanting to meet new people, like small classes, like professors(teacher) knowing who you are and your personalities.
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Catlin from Waverly, OH

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
Wilmington has very challenging courses. I have learned a lot from the Professors many of whom teach you to use ably that knowledge in the real world. You begin learning about your major your first semester. I like being on semesters.
Am enjoying being here
I love going to Wilmington College. It is a perfect match for me. The students are friendly, and the staff is helpful. The small campus life is great for me. There are a lot of extracurricular activities available.
Bang for the buck
College is expensive. Wilmington does a good job of helping you complete your education in 4 years. They offer many opportunities for scholarships. The education you receive will be more valuable.
Tips for prospective students
Begin your college planning early. Visit the schools you want to attend. Talk to current students. Make sure the college fits your lifestyle.
Great for these types of students
Athletic Trainers, Agriculture students, wants a small school with the education of a University, interested in community service opportunites.
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Sarah from Troy, OH

a past student here
1 person found this review useful
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Did learn a lot
The small class/lab sizes make it easy to get to know your fellow classmates and professors. Most professors are great and all of them are willing to help if you ask.
Bang for the buck
I would say living expenses are a little over the top for the dorms and food options, but otherwise it's a pretty good value.
Tips for prospective students
Get involved. If you're not on a sports team, get on a intramural team or take a (free) class at the Y. Join a club, a frat/sorority, or another school organization. Do the service activities on campus like Cardboard Village or a blood drive or take a trip to rally in D.C. You're paying a lot of money to be in college, take every opportunity offered.
Great for these types of students
People who like small schools, knowing their neighbors (as well as everyone else on campus), and having their professors know their names.
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Caitlyn from Saint Paris, OH

a current student here
1 person found this review useful
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Am learning a lot
The classes are small and the professors are always willing to give extra time in or out of the classroom to help you understand. The hands on labs are superb at helping students fully understand the class materials.
Am enjoying being here
The Wilmington community has a close-knit bond, that keeps everyone involved. From home basketball games to weekend parties the students know almost everyone and it is super easy to become involved in any group.
Bang for the buck
It might cost quite a bit of money to attend for some students, but in the end the excellent education keeps the money off your mind. The professors also prepare you for the real world after college, so paying back those student loans is as easy as cake.
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