At Wilmington College (WC), we are dedicated to your passion for hands-on learning. Our community-of-doing will place you in the center of the learning experience, unlocking your potential and opening doors.About WC Areas of Study Request Info Apply Tuition Calculator
UPDATED April 14, 2021 — The College’s 2021 Spring Semester classes started Jan. 20 on the main campus and Jan. 18 at the Cincinnati Branch. The College started the semester with a combination of fully in-person, hybrid and online courses. Competitions for winter sports teams commenced Jan. 22. WC officials continue to work with the Clinton County Health Department based upon guidelines set by the State of Ohio and Center for Disease Control and other public health-related entities in responding to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Those touring the newly completed occupational therapy level in Wilmington College’s Center for Sport Sciences will notice spacious classrooms, multiple offices, conference rooms, a sunny lounge area, a full kitchen lab and, yes, a simulated apartment — complete with a bed, washer/dryer and full bathroom.
The College is launching its latest graduate-level program in January 2022. The Master of Science program in Occupational Therapy is a 27-month, entry-level graduate program for which persons with any bachelor’s degree could be eligible.
Wilmington College’s acclaimed program in athletic training will achieve a new level of accomplishment this coming fall term when it expands to the graduate level.
The College will implement a Master of Science in Athletic Training (MSAT) degree program in response to a national commission’s requirement that, starting in 2022, AT will become a graduate course of study.
WC’s Dr. J. Brett Massie, program director and associate professor of athletic training, cited the increasing complexity in the AT field as the Commission on Accreditation for Athletic Training Education (CAATE) rationale for implementing the new, more stringent standards.
“Athletic trainers are health care professionals and necessitating graduate studies highlights the level of knowledge athletic training requires,” he said about the ever-increasing prominence of this allied health discipline, which can be viewed in action at nearly every live and televised sporting event.
Team Up! Tuesdays with President Trevor gives the Wilmington College community the chance to get to know our 19th president through brief video segments. Trevor visits different areas of campus and shares his thoughts on Wilmington College, the campus community and more. Let’s strive together to build a strong Quaker team throughout campus and beyond!
Eighteen-year-old Michael Brown was shot and killed by a policeman in Ferguson, ...Read Jamar's Story
Dillon J. Davidson looked back on his time at Wilmington College from the vantag...Read Dillon's Story
Wilmington College senior Shiloh V. Day recalls being a young child on an airpla...Read Shiloh's Story