For 125 years, Whitworth University has been challenging minds with a liberal arts education that teaches critical thinking. Maybe that’s why, every year since 2001, we’ve been ranked in the top 10 of U.S. News & World Report’s rankings of best universities and best values among regional universities in the Western U.S.
For those same 125 years, Whitworth University has remained committed to the integration of Christian faith and learning. We emphasize interdisciplinary collaboration and opportunities to study in other cultures. As a result, Whitworth students and alumni serve the world around them.
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Whitworth’s commitment to both intellectual inquiry and Christian conviction helps develop people who think, as well as act. Dozens of Whitworth graduates have gone on to earn advanced degrees at prestigious institutions such as Harvard, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Princeton, Stanford and the Johns Hopkins University. Others are entrepreneurs, creating companies and organizations with global reach. Read some of the stories of Whitworth students, alumni and professors who are making a difference.