William Penn University

William Penn University

William Penn University, commonly referred to as WPU or Penn, was founded in 1873 by the Quakers. It was then known as the Penn College. In 1933, the institute was renamed William Penn College, and it finally became the William Penn University in 2000. The campus of this private liberal arts university is located in Oskaloosa, Iowa. WPU's recent enrollments have been more than 1,700 students from over 40 states and 10 countries every year.

William Penn University offers a number of associate's and bachelor's degree programs. The university has under it the College of Arts, Sciences and Professional Studies, and the College for Working Adults. The academic divisions of WPU include:

  • Applied Technology
  • Business Administration
  • Education
  • Health & Life Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Leadership Core
  • Social & Behavioral Sciences

The sports teams of WPU are nicknamed the Statesmen. Students participate in baseball, basketball, bowling, cross country, football, golf, soccer, track and field, wrestling, softball, and volleyball. The teams compete in the NAIA Division II as members of the Midwest Collegiate Conference.

Choose a campus :
Some campuses offers specific programs
Computer And Information Sciences, General
Information Technology
Computer Science
Education, General
Elementary Education And Teaching
English/Language Arts Teacher Education
Music Teacher Education
Physical Education Teaching And Coaching
Biology Teacher Education
History Teacher Education
Psychology Teacher Education
Computer Software Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
English Language And Literature, General
Liberal Arts And Sciences/Liberal Studies
Liberal Arts And Sciences, General Studies And Humanities, Other
Biology/Biological Sciences, General
Mathematics, General
Applied Mathematics, General
Health And Physical Education/Fitness, General
Sport And Fitness Administration/Management
Kinesiology And Exercise Science
Health And Physical Education/Fitness, Other
Psychology, General
Human Services, General
Music Performance, General
History, Other
General information
Financial aid
Acceptance & Retention Rates
Graduation Rate

Source: Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) 2016-17, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/ipeds/

Disclaimer: Information on this page was not provided or commissioned by the featured school. Information has not been reviewed, approved or otherwise endorsed by the featured school.