Coronavirus Update: Washington College responds to coronavirus outbreak. More Info


  • Coronavirus
    Washington College keeps students off campus and implements remote teaching for the remainder of the semester.

There are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 at Washington College or in Kent County.

  • Tulip Poplar
    Marking Arbor Day this April 17, Washington College will add a new specimen to its Virginia Gent Decker Arboretum—a tulip poplar descended from the lineage of a tree still standing at George Washington’s Mount Vernon.
  • Students at the River and Field Campus conduct experiments in one of the many streams and waterways.
    Matched by a $1 million grant from landowner Harry Sears, the Maryland Department of Commerce grants $1 million to endow a director for the College’s River and Field Campus.
  • porter poster
    Nicole Porter of The Sentencing Project offers a public talk, “Expanding the Franchise: Challenging Mass Incarceration through Enfranchisement.”
  • Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, assistant professor of English and creative writing.
    Winner of the 2018 Akron Poetry Prize, the first poetry collection by Kimberly Quiogue Andrews, assistant professor of English and creative writing, is published by University of Akron Press.
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  • For Radio Producers

    Yes, we have an ISDN line for on-campus interviews. For more information, check out our For the Media page.