Westminster College - Bachelor's Degree
Westminster College was established in 1851 by Rev. William W. Robertson and the local Presbyterians. It was initially known as Fulton College, but changed its name to what it is known as today in 1853. The college has played host to many world leaders, including Winston Churchill, who delivered his famous Iron Curtain speech on campus. Having been an all-male institution from the beginning, the college became co-educational in 1979.
Westminster College has a student body of 950 students. International students make up 14% of that figure, and they represent 70 different countries. The college requires bachelor degree seeking students to live in one of the residence halls. Students have plenty of opportunities to be involved on campus with over 50 student organizations available, which include the African Union Organization, Anime Club, Break Dance Club, and the International Club.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum ACT 21
- Average SAT Score 1022