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About Washington Adventist University
Founded in 1904, Washington Adventist University is a private university which offers an active blend of professional and liberal arts undergraduate and graduate programs. The university was founded in beautiful Takoma Park. The university is owned by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. Christian education is offered to the students who have different faiths from across the globe. The university aims to manufacture graduates who bring competency and moral leadership to their communities. The institution is cosmopolitan and challenges the students to take the opportunities for learning so as to become moral leaders in communities across the world.
Why Washington Adventist University
- The Middle States Commission on Higher Education
- The Accrediting Association of Seventh-day Adventist Schools, Colleges and Universities
- Maryland Higher Education Commission
At Washington Adventist University, the Academic programs are offered in three distinctive schools namely
- The School of Arts & Social Sciences
- The School of Graduate & Professional Studies
- The School of Health Professions, Science & Wellness
Small class sizes with a faculty that is committed to students' success.
The university provides internship to its students with more than 400 organizations of all types.
More than 32 majors and academics programs are offered at the university which led to associate, bachelor and graduate degrees.
Student life is coordinated and managed by the office of the Vice President for Student life and the students get an opportunity to involve themselves and integrate into the campus.