Washington Monthly named Wilkes a school that helps students pursue a marketable degree at an affordable price.
That’s according to the Georgetown Center on Education and the Workforce.
We’re committed to helping you achieve your goals and dreams by knocking down financial barriers to education.
About 94% of undergraduate students receive some form of financial aid.
Choose from in-demand majors like engineering, pharmacy or business. Or use our program finder to explore all areas of study.
Designed with working professionals in mind, our adult-friendly programs provide you with practical knowledge you can use immediately.
Work closely with talented experts on research covering today’s big issues like minority voting, climate change and cancer detection.
Faculty, staff and fellow students know you by name. You’ll be a part of a small, close-knit community.
Online, low-residency and in-person programs are designed for working adults who wish to advance their careers.
Our Center for Career Development and Internships offers career fairs, resume workshops and networking opportunities to help you land a job once you cross the commencement stage.
How many of your friends can say they have keys to a mansion? Ours are residence halls. Or choose a traditional hall or high-rise apartment building.
Certified public safety officers are available around the clock. You can even call for a Safe Escort after your late-night study session.
For more than 80 years, Wilkes has been dedicated to the success of our students through academic excellence, educational access and increasing the return on their investment.
U.S. News and World Report ranks Wilkes among national universities offering a full range of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees, and schools that help the neediest students.
The Brookings Institution ranked Wilkes 14th in the nation among private, four-year colleges for helping students improve their economic standing and income after graduation.
Princeton Review ranks Wilkes among its “Best in the Northeast” schools.