Susan S. Goode School of Arts and Humanities (Undergrad)


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List of Programs

  1. Art
  2. Classical Studies
  3. Communication
  4. Comprehensive Liberal Studies
  5. Comprehensive Liberal Studies (Online)*
  6. Digital Music (Online)*
  7. English
  8. French Studies
  9. German Studies
  10. Hispanic Studies
  11. Individualized Studies
  12. Music
  13. Philosophy
  14. Religious Studies
  15. Women’s & Gender Studies

*Virginia Wesleyan University offers a number of undergraduate degree programs online. Courses are taught in seven-week sessions, allowing students to begin their studies throughout the year.


Academic Requirements

  • Recommended Minimum GPA: 2.5
  • Average GPA (first-year student): 3.39
  • Average GPA (transfer student): 2.97

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About Faculty

Gratefully named for community leader, volunteer, and Virginia Wesleyan Trustee Susan S. Goode, the School of Arts and Humanities embraces traditional yet highly relevant disciplines of the liberal arts. The study of languages, art, religion, philosophy, and other fields spans the history of the human experience, its highest aspirations, and sources of inspiration, and is the means by which we express our understanding of that experience.

Top Reasons to Study in Virginia Wesleyan University

We’re scholarly. Our faculty members are more than professors; they’re scholars, mentors, and friends. Ninety percent hold a PhD or the highest degree in their field.

We’re supportive. With small classes and a 14:1 student/faculty ratio, you’ll find an extremely supportive community, from financial aid to faculty mentors, ready to help you succeed.

We’re diverse. In 2020 US News & World Report recognized us as one of the top 25 most ethnically diverse national liberal arts colleges in the country. We have a campus population that is 48% self-identified people of color. In addition, first-generation students comprise approximately 25% of our campus population.

Ranking & Accreditation of Virginia Wesleyan University

  • Top 30 in Ethnic Diversity among Liberal Arts InstitutionsU.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • Top Performer on Social MobilityU.S. News & World Report, 2022
  • Accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges

Student Accommodation at Virginia Wesleyan University

  • Housing: $10,264
  • Other: $3,680


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