Founded in 1845, Baldwin-Wallace College was among the first colleges to admit students without regard to race or gender. That spirit of inclusiveness and innovation continues today. The academic program, rooted in the liberal arts, yet balanced by abundant opportunities for career exploration and application, is designed to prepare students to make a living...and a life worth living.
Affiliated with the United Methodist Church, Baldwin-Wallace College is an independent, coeducational college located in Berea, Ohio, a suburb southwest of Cleveland. Today, the College serves approximately 3100 full-time undergraduates, 800 part-time students in evening and weekend programs and over 700 graduate students in education and business administration. The College maintains more than 50 academic programs within the following seven divisions: business administration, education, health and physical education, humanities, music, science and mathematics, and social sciences.
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