Roberts Wesleyan College
At Roberts Wesleyan College, students are challenged in personal encounters with expert faculty who are ready to help them succeed in over 60 majors and programs designed for world-changing careers. That is one reason why 94% of graduates are employed within six months of graduation and 24% go on to graduate school.
Students prepare for their profession through hands-on learning experiences, including field work placements, internships with industry-leading organizations, study abroad, and opportunities to serve in a nonprofit or missions organization. Most importantly, students are immersed in a caring, Christ-centered environment where they can discover God's call for their lives.
Located in Rochester, NY, our campus covers 188 acres and features excellent facilities, such as the Olympic-style track and 1,200-seat stadium; the 43,000-square foot B. Thomas Golisano Library; and, the new, state-of-the-art Crothers Science & Nursing Center.
As the only NCAA Division II team in Greater Rochester and a member of the National Christian College Athletic Association (NCCAA), Roberts has produced some incredible athletes, including All-Americans, All-America Student-Athletes, and a gold medal-winning U.S. Olympian. The College features varsity competition for men and women in 13 intercollegiate sports.
Discover your call at Roberts Wesleyan College when you visit http://www.roberts.edu/admissions
About Roberts Wesleyan College
With an enrollment of over 1,800 and more than 50 undergraduate and graduate academic, professional and pre-professional programs from which to choose, Roberts has the resources and the reach to help you launch virtually any career or calling. If you're looking for a close-knit community at an institution that will challenge you academically and give you opportunities to serve wherever a need exists - all within an "intentionally Christian" context - Roberts just might be the place for you.
As a community of learners committed to historic Christianity, Roberts Wesleyan College seeks to prepare thoughtful, spiritually mature, service-oriented people who will help transform society.