Students at The College of Wooster are much more than just a number, but statistics show our busy, diverse campus has a lot to offer.
About 2,000 undergraduate students make up our thriving campus community.
- 54% female, 46% male
- 24% U.S. students of color
- 15% international
- 31% Ohio, 69% non-Ohio
- 47 U.S. States and 77 countries represented
- Wooster graduates employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation: 96%
- Wooster graduates accepted into their top-choice graduate programs: 94%
Download the PDF of 2021 graduates’ First Destinations.
Facts About Wooster
- Students living on-campus: 99%
- Tuition, fees, room & board (2022-23): $71,000
- Students receiving financial aid: more than 85%
- The average financial aid award for students applying in 2022-23 was $50,000.
- Student Pell Grant recipients: 20%
- Academic calendar: Semesters
- Student-faculty ratio: 11:1
- Full-time faculty who have a Ph.D. or equivalent terminal degree: 96%
- Types of degrees: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Music Education, Bachelor of Music Therapy
- Areas of study: 100+, including pre-professional programs and teacher licensure in multiple areas
- Student organizations: more than 120 groups, from Model UN, a cappella, religious-student organizations, Quidditch, and our legendary Pipe Band
- Location: Wooster, Ohio, a community of about 27,000 located between Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio.
- Seasons: Fall, winter, spring, and summer are all distinctly celebrated in Wooster.
- Campus size: 240 acres
- Number of arches on campus available for students to attempt to fill with snow each winter: 1, at Kauke Hall, and it’s unforgettable
- Endowment market value (Dec. 31, 2022): $370 million