Founded in 1845, Wittenberg University is a 4-year liberal arts college in western Ohio affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. The third oldest Lutheran college in the United States, Wittenberg confers bachelor’s degrees in over 40 academic majors. Throughout the year, Witt programs a series of free cultural events such as literary lectures and concerts known as The Wittenberg Series. For sports fans, Wittenberg hosts 23 men’s and women’s varsity teams known as the Tigers.
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One of the best liberal arts colleges you could attend. Challenging classes that really make you have to think and consider things. It's really easy to connect with your professors and fellow students, everyone is always willing to help with anything you need.
Shalae from Springfield, OH
Wittenberg is absolutely wonderful. I can not imagine myself going anywhere else. I love the campus, the students, the professors, and the faculty.
Karen from Columbus, OH
Witt is the best University ever! The professors are awesome and they are always willing to work with you, no matter your situation. Besides the great education, Witt has a lot to offer, my favorite is the beautiful scenery!
Tahndrea from Chicago, IL
I love Wittenberg. I definitely found the school that was right for me. It is small, but has endless things to do and get involved in.
Abby from Brecksville, OH
Witt was my first choice because of the great molecular biology and biochemistry programs. Small classes and labs are important to me. Everyone here is friendly and helpful
I LOVE WITTENBERG! Witt is most definitely my home away from home, and coming here has been the best decision of my life. The professors genuinely care about you and your education and are willing to do anything they can to prepare you for the future.