Admissions & Aid

William Peace University is a forward-thinking alternative to conventional colleges and universities where lectures and papers are the rule.

Here, good students are empowered to become great students by taking a more active, participatory role in their education. The results speak for themselves. More than 96% of recent Peace alumni land a career position or a spot in top graduate schools within a year of graduation.

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Admissions At-a-Glance

Our incoming students are high-achievers with a determination to succeed, not only in their careers, but their lives. Sound like you?

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1025
average SAT (total critical reading + math)
3.35
average high school GPA for incoming students
60%
acceptance rate

Visit WPU

Come see for yourself what makes Peace feel like home. Attend an open house, sign up for a tour, or talk to us about admissions or financial aid. We can’t wait to meet you!

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The Value of a Peace Education is Undeniable

Not just because of our record of post-graduation success, but also because we leave no stone unturned in making your college education affordable.

Costs, Scholarships and Financial Aid

Heard About the WPU Honors Program?

The Honors Program is designed for academically talented and intellectually curious students who want to pursue interdisciplinary and cross-cultural studies.

You’ll be encouraged to connect and share emerging ideas, drawing on shared texts, lectures, seminar discussions and cultural experiences. Sound like you?

Learn More About the WPU Honors Program

Leadership & Nonprofit Administration students brainstorm together