You’re the reason for everything that we do! The mission of Wilmington College is to educate, inspire and prepare each student for a life of service and success.
If you can’t find what you are looking for here, remember that many resources are available through WC@Home.
WEBINARS & FORUMS
WC Wednesday Webinars are held periodically to keep WC students and parents informed about upcoming events on campus. Zoom invitations are sent out prior to each webinar, and you can also catch the live stream on Facebook.
We want innovative ideas that will add value to the Wilmington College community AND we have the funds to support you!
The RISE innovation fund is an initiative from the Office of the President designed to support creativity and innovation at Wilmington College. Faculty, staff and students are encouraged to “Dream Out Loud” and propose ideas that will support the college’s mission, vision, and values. Please contact the Office of the President for more information.
Submit YOUR Idea
We offer both individual and group tutoring and study opportunities, faculty and staff members who are dedicated to aiding your success through mentorship and advising, career counseling and job preparation, and even a location filled with food, supplies and other resources for students who struggle with food insecurity and other obstacles, the Quaker Cupboard.
Need to research courses before speaking with your advisor? Wondering what coursework you would need to complete a minor in art? Check the academic catalog.
Each year, the College publishes campus contacts, behavioral guidelines and regulatory information through the Student Handbook.
We provide robust student support services that ensure no matter your academic strengths and weaknesses, socioeconomic background, or any obstacles you may face when coming to college, you’re set up for success the moment you set foot on campus.
WC houses an on-campus post office where you can mail out and receive letters and parcels.
Wilmington College holds Commencement each spring, along with several other events to celebrate the graduating class.
Whether you’re a nontraditional student or commuting locally, we provide ample space and resources for you to utilize during your time on campus.
There are many technologies and tools that you’ll use during your time on campus. Check this page for instructional guides and other tips.
If you’re commuting or bringing a car with you to campus, you’ll need a parking pass and to familiarize yourself with the designated parking areas and local regulations.
The Student App brings Wilmington College services to your fingertips and enables you to connect with your classmates and friends.
If you’re ready to get involved on campus, look no further than our burgeoning list of student organizations. Thanks to the passion and creativity of our faculty, staff and students, new and exciting events are happening all the time. And, if you don’t see your interest represented, you can start your own club!