Roberts Wesleyan College


Highest Degree Offered: Masters

College Type: Private

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Academic Calendar: Semester

State: New York


Roberts Wesleyan College serves traditional and non-traditional students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. The College's educational philosophy is built on the assumption that education must address the whole person as a physical, psychological, social, rational, and spiritual being. An education at Roberts Wesleyan College presupposes both the complexity of the world and the diversity of human nature.

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Total Students: 1902
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Faculty: 107

Total Student/Faculty Ratio: 18:1
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Contact Information

2301 Westside Dr.
Rochester New York 14624


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Main Phone: 800-777-4RWC

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Admissions Contact:
Nate Cronk
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Applying to Transfer

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For students from regionally accredited colleges and universities, credit is usually accepted for courses in which the grade is C- or above. Developmental courses, pre-college courses, and courses in some disciplines will be excluded.

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Transfer credit from baccalaureate degree programs is limited to 90 semester hours plus three hours of physical education credit. In no case can more than 72 semester hours be accepted from colleges authorized to grant only an associate's degree.

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Letters of Recommendation Required:
A personal recommendation from a pastor, or teacher familiar with your character and values, is required. An essay is also required.

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A personal statement of at least 200 words is required.

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Many of the same institutional scholarships that apply to freshmen are available to transfer students. For Financial Aid begin by completing a FAFSA. Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 585-594-6150 or

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