Wilmington University Consumer Information

  1. General Institutional Information
    1. Accreditation
      1. Middle States Commission on Higher Education
      2. International Assembly for Collegiate Business Education (IACBE)
      3. Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE)
      4. American Bar Association (ABA):
      5. Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Education Programs (CACREP):
      6. Council for the Accreditation of Education Preparation (CAEP)
        • Wilmington University’s College of Education and Liberal Arts offers education programs accredited through the Council for the Accreditation of Education Programs (CAEP).
    2. State Agency Information
      • Wilmington University is approved and authorized to grant degrees through the State of Delaware.* This approval must be renewed prior to December 31, 2025.
    3. Academic Partnerships With Other Institutions
    4. FERPA — Student Privacy Information
    5. Official Withdrawal From the University
    6. Services for Students with Disabilities (Office of Accessibility Services)
    7. Student Activities and Organizations
    8. Student Body Diversity
    9. Transfer Credit Policies
      • Find information about Wilmington University’s Transfer Credit Policies.
      • Wilmington University also offers credit recognition for prior work experience or training programs that have the potential for academic credit.
  2. Instructional Programs
    1. Educational Programs (Majors and Certificates)/ Programs with Licensure
    2. Learning Outcomes for Programs (Program Effectiveness)
  3. Financial Assistance
    1. Available Federal and Student Aid
    2. Contact Information for Student Financial Aid
      • Information about Financial Aid at Wilmington University can be obtained by contacting the Office of Financial Aid via email: infocenter@wilmu.edu, phone: (877) 967-5464, or in person at WilmU locations.
    3. Disbursements
    4. Enrollment Change/ Withdrawal and Impact on Financial Aid
    5. Federal Aid Verification
    6. Preferred Lender Information
      • Wilmington University does not have a preferred lender and does not enter into preferred lender agreements.
    7. Student Loans
    8. Student Rights and Responsibilities
  4. Health and Safety
    1. Annual Security Report
    2. Drug and Alcohol Prevention Program
    3. Emergency Response
    4. Sexual Misconduct Policy
    5. Timely Warning for Safety Issues
    6. Title IX Information
    7. Vaccination Policies
  5. Student Outcomes
    1. Enrollment in Graduate/Professional Education Programs
      • Class of 2019 - 2022 Undergraduate Graduates:
        • 5,277 distinct graduates
        • National Clearinghouse match results show that 1,815 students enrolled in a graduate-level program post-graduation (34% of total).
        • Top 10 institutions (descending order)
          • Wilmington University
          • Walden University
          • Western Governors University
          • University of Delaware
          • Capella University
          • Chamberlain University
          • Delaware State University
          • Rowan University
          • Liberty University
          • Grand Canyon University
        • Top 10 programs (descending order; of those reporting programs to National Clearinghouse)
          • Business Administration
          • Nursing
          • Leadership
          • Management
          • Cybersecurity
          • Special Education
          • Administration of Justice
          • Information Systems Technologies
          • Family Nurse Practitioner
          • Human Services
    2. Graduate and Professional Placement Rates for Graduates
      • Class of 2022 Graduation Survey:
        • 3,668 total respondents (87% response rate)
        • 1,531 respondents for employment-specific questions (42% response rate)
          • 83% of respondents stated they are employed.
            • 67% of those are employed in their field of study.
          • 15% of respondents are actively seeking employment.
    3. Graduation Rates
    4. Information on Career and Job Placement Services
    5. Pass Rates
    6. Retention Rates
    7. Teacher Preparation Report/ Title II Report
      • A Title II report is available upon request.*
    8. Transfer Out Data
      1. Wilmington University transfer out data are available on the National Center for Education Statistics website.
  6. Athletics
    1. Equity in Athletics Disclosure Act
    2. Student-Athlete Graduation Rates
  7. Tuition and Fees
    1. Cost of Attendance
    2. Fees and Expenses
    3. Financial Education: Entrance and Exit Counseling
    4. Grades
    5. Net Price Calculator
    6. Refunds for Withdrawals or Dropped Courses
    7. Satisfactory Academic Progress
  8. External Complaint Process
    1. American Bar Association (ABA) complaint process
    2. Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) — Contact CCNE directly with complaints, by mail or phone:
      • 655 K. Street NW
        Suite 750
        Washington, DC 20001
        Phone: 202-887-6791
    3. Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs (CACREP) complaint policy
    4. Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) complaint procedure
    5. Delaware Department of Education student complaint form
    6. Federal Student Aid complaint form
    7. International Assembly for Collegiate Business Administration (IACBE) complaint procedure
    8. Middle States Commission on Higher Education complaint form
  9. Other
    1. Cash Management Compliance/ Title IV Credit Arrangements
    2. Computer Use and File Sharing
    3. Copyright Infringement — Policies and Sanctions
    4. Course Materials and Textbook Information

* For questions about this information, or to request a copy of any referenced documentation, please contact Dr. Linda Van Drie Andrzjewski, Executive Director of Title IX, Clery and Regulatory Affairs, via email at linda.m.andrzjewski@wilmu.edu.