|Living cost||US$ 1,500 per month|
About Baldwin-Wallace College
BW's picturesque, welcoming campus is a blend of history and innovation, of new thinking and classic principles. Here, you’ll walk the halls of majestic stone buildings that recall the University’s and city's historic founding, as well as ultramodern facilities that meet the needs of 21st century students. Almost 60 buildings are clustered on 100 lush acres.
Students enjoy a compact, walkable campus with some 1,900 undergraduates choosing to live in our safe, residential community. Bagley Road actx as a dividing line between north and south campus. On the North Quad, you can study or toss a frisbee with friends under towering native hardwood trees that have been here for generations. On south campus, stroll the wide pedestrian walkway of Grand Street to see and be seen. Just steps away from south campus, you'll find Berea's charming business district, with shops and restaurants, as well as gorgeous Coe Lake Park.
The University's campus-wide commitment to sustainability includes a wind turbine, two solar arrays, innovative recycling efforts, a sustainable living-learning community and five geothermal fields — including the first for a college residence hall — that heat and cool campus buildings. Two buildings are LEED Certified, and BW maintains a commitment to high performance, green building design in all future building projects.
The campus Sustainability Committee, consists of students, faculty and administrators, coordinates and encourages environmentally responsible practices that help create a more sustainable campus footprint including: composting food service waste; more efficient consumption of electricity, paper and water; the use of "green" cleaning products; and support for eco-friendly practices like bicycling.
With approximately 1,900 students living on campus, residence life is an important part of the BW experience. The Office of Residence Life is responsible for providing an atmosphere that allows for a place to study and encourage social relationships. Living on campus is about expanding your college experience—making connections, getting involved and interacting with others.
All full-time students are required to live on campus their first and second year entering Baldwin Wallace University. Residency exemptions are made for commuting students who are living with their family or have qualifying circumstances. Apartment and house options are available to second-year students and higher.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 2 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 1 Computer Science and IT 2 Engineering 1 Health and Medicine 1 Sports Science 1
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