If you have any questions about Wilmington College Cincinnati, you are always welcome to contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 513.569.1806. We’ve also put together the following Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) guide, where you may find the information you are looking for.
Wilmington College was founded in 1870 by the members of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). The affiliation continues today. In August 1870, a group of Quakers in Wilmington, Ohio, purchased an unfinished building and adjacent land at an auction for $11,334 that became Wilmington College. The first Wilmington College Cincinnati branch was established in Sharonville in 1986 to serve adult and professional students. Majors include Accounting, Business Administration (with concentrations in business analysis, finance, and management), Education Studies, Liberal Studies, Multimedia Studies, Strategic Human Resources Management, and Strategic Organizational Leadership. To accommodate the schedules of adult learners, classes meet once a week and are offered in face-to-face, hybrid, and online formats. All services, including admissions, academic advising, transfer evaluations, registration, and financial aid counseling are offered at the Cincinnati branch.
It depends on the number of classes a student completes each semester and if a student has prior credits from another college. However, Wilmington College Cincinnati operates on a 4 credit hour system, which allows students to finish their degree faster with fewer courses. Classes are also offered year-round in the fall, spring, and summer semesters.
Students at Wilmington College Cincinnati have a Personal Graduation Coach to guide them through the enrollment and registration process as well as through the program. Students also have targeted academic support services available, including a math center, a writing center, free on-campus printing, and library services. Career services and counseling services are offered through the Wilmington College main campus.
Students can make a single payment. Students can also choose one of the following options:
Promissory Note: Students can pay their tuition in three installments for the semester. No interest is charged if installment payments are paid by the due dates.
Employer Deferred Payment Plan (EDpay): If a student is eligible for tuition reimbursement, the EDpay plan allows students to defer the tuition payment for up to 40 days after the last day of the semester during which a student completes classes. No interest is charged during the current enrolled semester.
Financial Aid: Visit with our financial aid counselor to learn about using financial aid at Wilmington College. Learn more about financial aid and scholarships.
Wilmington College Cincinnati has six dedicated classrooms on the campus of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College in Clifton. The classrooms are located on the third floor of the main building past the IT helpdesk window: Main Building Rooms 353, 354, 355, 356, 357, 358.
This depends on the number of credit hours a student must complete for the degree. Wilmington College Cincinnati calculates tuition by multiplying the per credit hour rate by the number of hours for which a student is registered. For example, if the net per credit hour rate is $315 and a student registers for 12 hours, then the tuition for that semester is $3,780.00 ($315/credit hour X 12 hours).
Wilmington College Cincinnati is the college of choice for adult learners because of our flexible evening schedule, affordable per credit hour rate, ability to earn multiple majors simultaneously, and the personal attention received from advisors, staff, and faculty from enrollment to graduation.
First, submit all official college transcripts, including a high school transcript or GED transcript, to:
Wilmington College Cincinnati
ATLC 221 Transfer Center
3520 Central Parkway
Cincinnati, OH 45223
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No, you do not have to be enrolled as a full-time student to receive financial aid. Depending on your Free Application for Federal Student (FAFSA) form, students may be eligible for grants with one class. Student loans require students to be enrolled in at least six credit hours to be eligible.
You must complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) form at www.fafsa.ed.gov to apply for financial aid. The Wilmington College school code is 003142.
Subsidized loans do not accrue interest while a student is in school at least half-time (six credit hours) or during deferment periods.
Unsubsidized loans accrue interest while a student is enrolled in school. For current interest rates, please visit https://studentaid.gov/understand-aid/types/loans.