About The Space
in The Mungo Center
The Space at Wofford College provides students of all majors with real-world experiences in consulting, in starting their own businesses or social entrepreneurship projects, and in professional readiness to give them a world-class education and the skills employers want.
We believe that broad liberal arts foundation is going to make you a better business leader. A better lawyer. A better doctor. A better person. While studying what you love, come to The Space to learn how to take the communication, research, problem-solving and critical thinking skills you'll learn in the classroom (the theoretical) and apply them in a real-world setting (the practical).
We bridge the space between the theoretical and the practical.
The result? Students who participate in our programs have an 18- to 24-month advantage over other recent college graduates. Their resumes show that they’ve not only learned things at Wofford, but they’ve also done things. They leave Wofford understanding the professional world and how they can immediately contribute to it. Religion majors become consultants. Art history majors start their own businesses.
A 2013 survey by the American Association of Colleges and Universities showed that 75% of employers want to hire graduates who have applied their knowledge in a real-world setting. We’ll give you those real-world opportunities in The Space.
We hope you’ll take advantage of what we have to offer. It’s the only space of its kind at any liberal arts college where you can learn to prepare, impact, launch, consult and explore, and we believe it will give you a unique competitive advantage after graduation as well as enhance your years at Wofford.
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What is The Mungo Center?
The Mungo Center is named for two distinguished Wofford alumni: Steven and Stewart Mungo, principals in The Mungo Companies, named one of America’s Best Builders by Builder Magazine for 2012. The brothers are longtime supporters of the college through The Mungo Family Endowed Scholarship Fund, The Mungo Endowed Professorship, and The M. Stewart and Steven W. Mungo Endowed Scholarship Fund. Stewart Mungo is a 1974 graduate of the college and a former member of Wofford’s Board of Trustees. Steven Mungo is a 1981 Wofford graduate and a member of the President’s Advisory Board.