Wilmington University at a Glance

Wilmington University is a private, nonprofit, open-access institution that serves the unique needs of busy adults seeking advancement through higher education. Committed to the idea that high-quality education can be both affordable and accessible, the University offers more than 200 accredited and career-relevant degree and certificate programs in flexible formats and at tuition rates that are consistently lower than those of regional and national competitors. With affordable, in-state tuition offered to all students, a WilmU education brings dreams into reach at a price that makes sense.

The University's diverse academic programs prepare students for global success through experience-rich curricula and work-integrated learning opportunities. Small class sizes ensure meaningful interaction with esteemed faculty, and technology is leveraged to inspire collaboration among students and instructors regardless of geographic location.

WilmU students come in all varieties, from traditional freshmen to working parents, active-duty military servicemembers to college "second-timers." WilmU works to make their education fit their lives through an array of course formats and schedule options. Students can choose from day, evening and weekend face-to-face classes, online classes, or fusion classes that combine in-person and online learning. In addition to traditional 15-week semesters, courses are offered in accelerated 7-week blocks or weekend modular formats. These programs make it possible for students to complete their degrees more quickly and also allow part-time students to make swift progress toward degree completion.

With multiple locations throughout the mid-Atlantic region and a robust suite of more than 130 fully online academic programs, Wilmington University delivers transformative education to students around the world.

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Data compiled by the Office of Institutional Research

Wilmington University is a 501(c)(3) organization.

2019-2020 Quick Facts
Students

Undergraduate

13,266

Full-Time

23%

Part-Time

77%

Graduate

7,240

Full-Time

24%

Part-Time

76%

Doctoral

744

Total Enrollment

20,808

 

Gender

Female

66%

Male

34%

 

State
(% of students by home address)

Delaware

52%

New Jersey

14%

Pennsylvania

8%

Maryland

7%

Other

19%

 

Degrees awarded

Undergraduate

1,767

Graduate

1,629

Doctoral

138

 

Annual tuition

Undergraduate (24 credits)

$9,144

Graduate (18 credits)

$8,784

Doctoral (18 credits)

$11,646