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The Enrollment process
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Applying is hassle-free, and you can cancel your application at anytime risk-free. Applying is a good and easy decision.
How to Get Accepted | You must meet 2 of 3 criteria below:
2.7 cumulative high school GPA
17 superscore or higher on the ACT (or equivalent on the SAT or CLT)
top half of your graduating class
Pay for your degree.
Earn your degree.
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WBU is affordable
we work hard to keep your costs low
Academic Scholarships | Upon getting accepted, you will automatically be considered for a merit-based scholarship.
Additional Scholarships |Athletics and Performing Arts are offered by coaches and program directors. Church matching, WBU internal scholarships, external scholarships from your community + MORE
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how does williams works work?
A Debt-Free Education Opportunity
Williams Works makes a private Christian education affordable for students, and it provides a solid work ethic in a fun and safe environment. Learn to work hard while paving the path to your future.
how it works
Students who work 16 hours per week on campus or with one of our community partners will have their tuition completely paid for!
how to apply
Step 1: apply for admission into the university
Step 2: apply for williams works
Step 3: once accepted into the university, your williams works application will be submitted for review
Looking for more information or have a specific question?
With plans to expand Williams Works as rapidly as possible, the university is gearing up to become a full-fledged work-university. WBU administration and staff are busy with a multitude of tasks, which range from juggling students’ class and work schedules to developing the infrastructure for a working farm.