When founded in 1845, Baldwin Wallace University was one of the first colleges in Ohio to admit students without regard to race or gender. That spirit of inclusiveness has flourished and evolved into a personalized approach to education: one that stresses individual growth as students learn to learn, respond to new ideas, adapt to new situations and prepare for the certainty of change.
Location: Berea, OH
History: BW was one of the first colleges in Ohio to admit students without regard to race or gender. In 1913, Baldwin University merged with neighboring German Wallace College. Since that time, BW has continued to develop as a comprehensive college, combining the strengths of its liberal arts heritage with opportunities for career preparation and pre-professional training.
Student/Faculty Ratio: 15:1
Student Population: 3,050 full-time undergraduate 800 evening and weekend adult learners,830 graduate students
Academic Programs: More than 50 majors, 12 majors for evening and weekend programs
Financial Aid: Over $40 million awarded annually