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About Washington and Jefferson College
The Office of Inclusive Campus Engagement: Student Organizations & Campus Activities supports the mission of Washington & Jefferson College, including the Office of Student Life. The office is committed to the holistic development of the individual student by providing opportunities to engage, explore, and develop outside of the classroom. Our goal is to foster the personal growth necessary for individual and institutional excellence that reaches beyond the borders of our campus community. We offer on-campus programming such as Movies in The Alley, the Do It Yourself (DIY) series, and Free Friday Bowling; off-campus experiences such as Broadway Shows in Pittsburgh and trips to New York City; and membership and leadership opportunities for all students in more than 70 active student organizations on campus.
The United States is a top destination for many international students given that it's considered to be one of the most affordable cities to live in.
Residence Life coordinates a positive, safe, and developmental housing experience for W&J students. As we are a residential campus, 98% of W&J students live on campus during their four years. First-year students are paired with roommates and are housed in first-year housing based on the living preferences they submit. All continuing students participate in the spring housing process to secure housing for the upcoming year. RAs, upper-class trained para-professional staff, work with professional staff in residence life to provide support to students and to assist in building community.
Courses available 24Accounting & Finance 3 Applied, Pure Sciences 3 Business, Management 3 Computer Science, IT 3 Creative Arts & Design 5 Education and Teaching 2 Engineering 2 English Language 1 Health and Medicine 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 1
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