Total Enrollment: 2,989
Institution Size: 1,000 - 4,999
Campus Setting: Suburban
Religious Affiliation: Presbyterian Church (USA)
Highest Degree Offered: Masters
School Calendar Type: Four-one-four Plan
Total Undergrad Enrollment: 2,700
Total Grad Enrollment: 289
High School GPA
The student-teacher ratio is not only high - about 20:1 - but many of the teachers are personally committed to making an individual difference in the lives of their students. My one and only mentor...
This is a homogeneous school. There's a little ethnic diversity, but to be honest, very little. I have black hair and surrounded by a sea of blonde when I'm in class. This isn't a bad thing because...
The absolute best thing about Whitworth is the faculty - every professor who works there cares about their students, put together challenging and interesting courses, and makes themselves...
The only downside, in my opinion, is its location in Spokane, WA. The university itself has become very involved with the community, but in general Spokane is a small city with not a lot to do on...
The best thing about Whitworth is the resident assistant staff. They work to make underclassmen feel welcome, and keep upperclassmen connected.
The costs really cause many students to stumble. Many cannot continue their education here because they are not able to afford it with the current economy.
I wish I knew The acceptance/glamorizing of gay agenda.
I wish I knew that i could have brought more room decor. I flew to Washington from Colorado so I was fairly reserved in frugal in the amount of stuff I brought and bought. I also wished that I would have not stressed out so much about academics. I have learned so much about my studying style and have done so much better, so I wished I would have relaxed more.
Another awesome thing is the university president genuinely cares about and takes the time to get to know students.
Every student at this school needs Rain boots, Frisbee (helmet), willingness to change, grow, learn.
Every student at this school needs Tea. It's a common way to socialize, bond with others, and relax from homework.