• Professor giving a lecture to students in old main
Grey DotGrey DotGrey Dot
Kiplingers 382x255

Kiplinger's 'Best Value Colleges'

Wofford College improved its already high ranking among Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine’s list of the Top 300 Best College Values of 2017, moving up to #109 and remaining the top South Carolina institution on the overall list as well as the list of national liberal arts colleges.

Mental Health Therapy Dogs 382

Wofford now JED campus

Wofford College recently joined the JED Campus Program, a nationwide initiative of The Jed Foundation to enhance student well-being and boost efforts to prevent substance abuse and suicide prevention.

Open Doors 2016 382x255

National study abroad leader

Wofford College continues to be recognized as a national leader in study abroad participation, ranking #9 in the Open Doors Report on International Education Exchange’s list of the top 40 baccalaureate institutions in the percentage of students studying abroad for credit.

ConstitutionDay 135x185

Shedd to deliver Constitution Day Lecture

Senior Judge Dennis Shedd, a 1975 Wofford graduate and judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, will present the Constitution Day Lecture at 11 a.m. today (Tuesday, Sept. 18) in Leonard Auditorium in Main Building. He will speak on "The Constitution in the Caree ...

Calculus 135

A new way to teach and learn

September 17, 2018
It started as a crazy idea. Well, it actually started before that. Dr. Matt Cathey and Dr. Joseph Spivey teach a lot of calculus, and they — along with their colleagues from around the world — have followed a model for teaching the subject that dates back more than a century.

Japan Art 135x185

September, October events at Wofford

September 17, 2018
Wofford College will host special art exhibits, a unique Chinese festival and a memorial service for the late Dr. John Pilley, professor emeritus of psychology, during September and October.


Paid to learn

September 14, 2018
Diego Losada Rubio ’21 and Taeyoung "Kevin" Shin ’19 spent the summer getting paid to learn, and they definitely earned their stipends.