Located on a 300-acre campus in coastal Virginia Beach, Virginia Wesleyan University welcomes more than 1,600 students each year into its undergraduate, graduate, and online programs. The school aims to prepare students for success by providing expanded opportunities for hands-on learning, connecting theory to practice, and linking the classroom to the world.
VWU’s online degrees offer a rigorous liberal arts education to students from a variety of backgrounds and regions. Multiple start dates throughout the year and seven-week sessions allow students to balance classwork with family, career, and other responsibilities. All courses are taught to the same standards as on-campus courses and offer the same student resources including library access and tutoring.
Virginia Wesleyan offers degrees through its six schools:
- Susan S. Goode School of Arts and Humanities
- Joan P. Brock School of Mathematics and Natural Sciences
- Birdsong School of Social Science
- Batten Honors College
- University College
- D. Henry Watts School of Professional Studies
Accreditation & Licensing
Virginia Wesleyan University is accredited by:
Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)