MC has a long history of successfully preparing students for transfer to four-year institutions.
Earning a degree at MC is the first step on your way to earning a bachelor's degree. A bachelor’s degree is often necessary for competitive jobs and for graduate school. Earning your associate's degree and transferring provides you with a strong educational foundation and saves you money.
Community college transfer students often perform as well or even better at four-year schools than their peers who enroll directly from high school or who transferred from other four-year schools.
Transfer Website Highlights
Wilson College is located in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania, and offers 34 undergraduate degrees and 9 Master’s Degree Programs. Its undergraduate enrollment was about 1,074 during the fall 2019 semester.
Wilson College empowers students through an engaged, collaborative, liberal arts education that combines the skills and focused study needed for success in work and life. They are a close, supportive community that develops the mind and character of all students, preparing them to meet the challenges of a global society. From their first-in-the-nation student loan buyback program to career development and financial literacy training, they're dedicated to providing an experience that delivers value beyond graduation.
College is about more than academics; life and experiences beyond the classroom are just as important. Wilson College offers more than 30 student-run clubs and activities, giving students the opportunity to explore their interests outside of the classroom. Wilson’s inclusive environment fosters community and encourages students to pursue the opportunities— both new and familiar—that make each student unique.
Wilson College also recognizes the challenges that students may face in pursuing their degree. The Single Parent Scholar Programnew window is a contemporary expression of Wilson College’s mission, addressing the needs of single parents today. The program provides family-friendly, on-campus housing year-round to single parents and their children (between 20 months and 10 years of age) so the parent can pursue a bachelor’s degree full time.