Wartburg is a private, Lutheran, liberal arts college with an enrollment of 1,482 students, including 131 international students from 58 countries. Dedicated to challenging and nurturing students for lives of leadership and service as a spirited expression of their faith and learning, Wartburg focuses on a traditional curriculum enriched by a variety of learning opportunities. Through travel, study abroad, experiential learning, service learning, civic engagement, community service, undergraduate research and close work with individual faculty, Wartburg students embark on a journey of discovery to embrace their passions, unlock their potential, and realize their purpose.
Notably, 93% of Wartburg graduates complete their degrees within four years, and 98% are placed in jobs or graduate schools within six months of graduation.
General Information (2017-2018)
Financial Aid: 319-352-8262
|FAFSA Code: 001896
ACT Code: 1364
SAT Code: 6926
|Enrollment: 1,482||Priority Deadline for Financial Aid: March 1|
|Tuition & Fees: $39,730||Estimated Books & Supplies: $1,110|
|On-Campus Room & Board: $9,748||Minimum Admission Requirement: 19 ACT|
|Types of Programs: Liberal Arts, General, Teacher Preparation, Pre-Professional, Music Therapy|
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