Applying is simple! Follow these steps:
1. Apply online at www.muw.edu/apply. There is no application fee.
2. Submit high school transcript, senior schedule, and ACT or SAT scores.
3. Give us a few days and we will have a decision made for you!
Questions about the admissions process? Visit www.muw.edu/admissions
Yes! We have admitted to The W men since 1982. Currently, our female to male ratio is 7 to 1, with men making up 18% of our total student population.
At The W, we believe in helping our students with the cost of a college education. Within 3 to 5 business days, awards are automatically posted to your account once you've been admitted.
Awards are based on your CPC (College Preparatory Curriculum) and your ACT/SAT score.
Curious what you would qualify for?
Complete our award calculator at www.muw.edu/finaid/freshmancalculator.
More Questions about scholarships? Visit www.muw.edu/admissions/affordable.
The W offers a private college education at public college cost. The W consistently ranks as one of the top universities in our region by the US News & World Report. In addition to great academic resources, The W offers many leadership opportunities and superior student involvement.
You can schedule a group tour or private tour by visiting our website. We do campus tours Monday through Friday. To schedule your campus tour, visit www.muw.edu/admissions/visit.
In most cases, yes. Ample research across the United States over the last 30 years provides compelling evidence that students who live in university-provided housing perform better academically, and enjoy a higher degree of satisfaction with their college experience, than students who live off-campus or commute. In recognition of the value of the living-learning experience associated with on-campus living, The W does require first-year students to live on campus in residence halls. There are a few exemptions to this rule. Learn more about the Freshman Residency Program: https://www.muw.edu/housing/future/freshman
There are four dining options available on campus.
Not living on campus? As a commuter student you will have $125 in dining dollars added to your student account each semester to cover meals in any of these locations.
Getting involved is easy! We have 60+ student organizations, 70,000 square feet of recreation space throughout campus, countless academic opportunities to get engaged in your major area, and more! Check out the Getting Involved page to find your community.