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Textbook Requirements

Students will find the textbook requirements for their courses in Populi (AWC’s SIS and LMS). Also, students may contact the bookstore at 330.337.6403 Ext. 201

Contact: Bookstore Manager
Rev. Daniel Giles

330.337.6403, Ext 201

Graduation Rates

Allegheny Wesleyan College is in compliance with the Federal Student Right-To-Know and Campus Security Act. As part of the continuing implementation of the Student Right-to-Know portion of this Act, Allegheny Wesleyan College is publishing its completion graduation rate as defined by this Federal Act. The overall completion of graduation rate for the reporting period of 2013 (defined as first-time, full-time, degree seeking students in the fall semester as per the federal definition of “cohort”) is 40% within 150% of the time and 47% within 200% percent of the time. The completion of graduation rate as defined above for the reporting period of 2015 is 42% within 150% of the time.

Employment Rates

During the last five years (2018-2022), 86% of our bachelor graduates are engaged in a related field to their ministry degree.

Retention Rates

First to second year retention of first-time, full-time, degree-seeking undergraduates from the fall of 2016 was 67%, from the fall 2017 was 58%, from the fall of 2018 was 58%, from the fall of 2019 was 57%, and from the fall of 2020 was 81%.

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Allegheny Wesleyan College is committed to offering an excellent learning experience for students and aims to resolve any issue that may arise. The Academic Grievance Policy allows you to have such problems, referred to as grievances, addressed internally in a timely and confidential manner. Should an issue arise, students are encouraged to contact the instructor, program director, or appropriate administrative office to discuss the issue. If you are unsure about who to contact, please contact Jim Dentler at registrar@awc.edu.

Academic Student Grievance Policy

If an issue cannot be resolved by Allegheny Wesleyan College’s internal processes, students in online courses or programs who reside in SARA States (https://www.nc-sara.org/directory) may choose to file a complaint with the Ohio Department of Higher Education (https://highered.ohio.gov/). Students residing in a state not participating in SARA may appeal to their state of residence. You may also contact our accrediting agency, the Association of Biblical Higher Education.

Association of Biblical Higher Education
5850 T. G. Lee Blvd., Ste 130
Orlando, FL 32822
Voice: 407.207.0808
FAX: 407.207.0840

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Transfer Policy

A preliminary review of the transfer of credits for a matriculating applicant will be done so as to assure that courses will not be repeated. After satisfactorily completing one semester of study, credits that transfer for courses which apply to the student’s chosen degree program and reflect a grade of “C” or above will be placed on the transcript. This guideline applies to colleges accredited by CHEA and recognized associates.

Veterans will receive credit, as recommended by the American Council of Education, for courses that are applicable to the curriculum the student wishes to pursue at Allegheny Wesleyan College.

To qualify for graduation, transfer students must complete a minimum of twenty-four semester hour credits at Allegheny Wesleyan College.

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Veterans Disbursement Policy

In compliance with the Veterans Benefits and Transition Act of 2018, Allegheny Wesleyan College will not impose any penalty, including the assessment of late fees, the denial of access to classes, libraries or other institutional facilities, or the requirement that a Chapter 31 or Chapter 33 recipient borrow additional funds to cover the individual’s inability to meet his or her financial obligations to the institution due to the delayed disbursement of a payment by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.

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