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Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit university offering more than 150 undergraduate and graduate degree programs in a wide range of career areas, as well as more than 50 Dual-Credit® Certificate programs. The University currently enrolls 20,000+ students but maintains an average class size of just 17 students per instructor.
Focused on the needs of the adult learner, WilmU offers unparalleled flexibility in schedules and course formats, affordable tuition, and curricula that emphasize real-world skills taught by instructors who are experts in their fields. Serving students across the U.S., the University’s acclaimed online campus offers more than 100 degree programs 100% online.
Wilmington University data reveal that the “average WilmU student” is over the age of 25, works full- or part-time and takes a portion of their classes online. It’s likely that they came to WilmU with existing college credit, either in the form of a previous degree, prior college coursework, or work experience that translated into academic credit. While taking classes, they are also working hard to balance family priorities and career obligations, which means that having a choice of course formats and schedule options is critical to their success.
WilmU’s average student will complete their degree on time (within six years or less, as defined by national standards). Upon graduation, they will likely join the 78 percent of WilmU alumni who are enjoying full-time employment. And it’s almost guaranteed that they will recommend WilmU to their friends and family, because 96 percent of their fellow graduates do.
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