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What Our Students Say
Need more proof of the WPU difference? Don't take our word for it. Check out what students have to say:
"I've only been a student at Peace for two years but they've already opened doors for me. I've met great people, learned new and innovative methods of leadership, and built a professional network that will benefit me for years to come."
"Everyone who is a part of Peace will empower you to be more creative, to think outside the box and be a better person."
Faith Inman '13
"I would tell a high school senior to come to WPU because the institution is so much more than just a school."
Tramaine Land '14
"You will form some of your best memories at WPU. The professors are passionate and will always stand with you every step of the way."
Danica Co, '13
"I chose Peace because the environment was so warm and inviting. From the big oak trees in front of Main to the friendly faculty and staff, I knew Peace was home from the moment I stepped on campus. I would tell a high school senior to come to WPU because this institution is so much more than just a school."
Jeanna Buck '13
"Outside of the classroom, we know how to have fun and make memories that will last a lifetime. Inside the classroom, the class sizes are small enough that you have one-on-one relationships with your professor, but large enough that you are challenged academically and as an individual."
Leigh Wallace Hines '12
Parents have also noticed what students get out of a WPU education.
"In addition to the new writing course(s) being required at Peace, the personal finance and portfolio courses are very much needed for any student attending college; these are courses that help them become better-rounded and prepared for their personal finances, job searching and interviewing skills. I think parents will be proud that these students will graduate with that kind of knowledge, as they venture out to their career paths."