The biggest advantage you’ll find here is small.
Small classes. Small town. Big opportunities. With a student-faculty ratio of 12-to-1, Washington College is the kind of place where your professors will help you chart your personal academic journey. With more than 40 majors and academic programs to choose from, you can shape a course of study that fits your intellectual interests and career aspirations.
Majors and Programs
Minors, Concentrations, and Areas of Emphasis
Our Top 3 Questions
Can I sit in on a class during my campus visit?
Definitely! Just let your admissions counselor know what kind of coursework you are considering, and we’ll do our best to take you to a class in progress.
Who will be my academic advisor?
Every year members of the faculty take a group of new students as their academic advisees. Students stay with their first-year advisor until they declare a major and are assigned a new advisor in their major program.
When do I declare a major?
Normally, students declare a major before the end of the sophomore year, in time for advising for the following fall semester.