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The Higher Education Opportunity Act, reauthorized in 2008 added additional provisions for which higher education institutions must provide public disclosure. Many of the required updates are related to the Student Right To Know Act (enacted 11/9/90) which allows for students and their families to have Consumer Information available prior to enrolling in the college. The Institutional Effectiveness Office has put together some of the required disclosures here on this website. Other consumer information can be found in the Student Handbook and other areas of our website.

The Institutional Effectiveness Office collaborates with several departments on campus in order to meet the mandates; however, the Institutional Effectiveness Office is not the sole owner of the data or the disclosures. The data provided in disclosures may be part of a larger body of data and may be found in additional areas on our website. If you are seeking a specific disclosure, and you cannot locate it please contact the Institutional Effectiveness Office at


Wilmington College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, gender, sexual orientation or disability in the administration of education policies, admission policies, financial aid, employment or any other College program or activity. Also, in compliance with federal law, the College has prepared annual Campus Safety and Security reports. These reports include a description of the following: Wilmington College’s Campus Safety services; crime prevention; on-campus housing policies; community member responsibilities; summaries of policies regarding alcohol, illegal drugs, sexual offenses and weapons; and crime statistics for the previous academic year. A copy of the current report can be obtained by contacting the Office of Admission.

Title IX Information

Student Athlete Right to Know
Pell Recipients

Total number of FA 2015 Full Time, Main Campus Pell Recipients: 478 (43% of student body 478/1112)

By Gender

Females 252/569 (44%)
Males 218/534 (41%)
Source: IPEDS Outcome Measures 2018-19
Student Outcomes