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Since 1890, Whitworth has held fast to George F. Whitworth's founding mission to provide "an education of mind and heart" through rigorous and open intellectual inquiry and the integration of Christian faith and learning. This abiding commitment and the university's many distinctive qualities are why Whitworth may be the right place for you.

Scholarship Opportunities

U.S. News, Forbes and Kiplinger's consistently recognize Whitworth as a "best value," based on the university's academic excellence and generous financial aid. Our dedicated financial aid counselors work with families from a broad range of economic backgrounds to finance their students' Whitworth education.

Fast Facts

  • 60 academic programs
  • 29 countries 30 states geographic representation
  • 83%

    classes with fewer than 30 students

  • 85% percentage of graduates who finish in four years

Mind & Heart in Action

Anna Schowengerdt, '93

Alumna's passion for humanitarian-relief work first ignited at Whitworth

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Brooke Kiener, '99

Community-based theatre gives students 'the best of both worlds'

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Catherine Rishmawi, '18

International student plans to use Whitworth degree to heal hearts in home country

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Chelsey Hayes, '18

Softball player enjoys grand-slam Whitworth experience

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Clemence Kitambala, '18

Multilingual Whitworth student loves living in Spokane

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Eugen Lazarenco, '15

Whitworth prepares international senior for business career in London

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Mercy Kern, '91

Exchange student from war-torn Liberia finds home at Whitworth

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Michelle Sanders, '96

Alumna "upcycles" books destined for landfills

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Pete Tucker, '91

Computer science prof practices what he teaches

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Sam Director, '15

Whitworth senior thankful for professors "who have indelibly changed my life"

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Thom Caraway

This Whitworth poet can't be penned in

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