The New York Times this week ranked Wofford College among the 99 “most economically diverse top colleges,” based on efforts to provide low-income students accessibility to a college education. Wofford was the top South Carolina institution on the list, ranked at 43rd, just ahead of Yale University at 44 and Davidson College at 47.
Every time Chad Sauvola ’15 conducts research in a biology lab, he feels like he’s privy to a secret.
What do a goat farmer, a pig farmer, a sea turtle enthusiast and a female boxer have in common? They’re members of the Wofford College Class of 2018. This week, the college welcomed 488 first-year students and nine transfer students as classes began this week.
Wofford College is featured among the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education in The Princeton Review’s 2015 edition of its annual college guide, “The Best 379 Colleges."
David Moore and Anna Le, recent Wofford College graduates, have been awarded prestigious Fulbright English Teaching Assistantships.
Ten athletic teams from Wofford College received praise from the National Collegiate Athletic Association on Wednesday with public recognition awards for their latest Academic Progress Rate scores. Teams recognized are football, men's tennis, men's soccer, men's golf, women's basketball, women's cross country, men's and women's indoor track, and men's and women's outdoor track.