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未来的父母 招生

为他们的成功做准备

Every year, we welcome more than 400 new students to Westmont. During their education, we prepare them for a lifetime of leadership and service in every sphere of modern society. In between their arrival and their graduation, they encounter a host of academic and co-curricular experiences animated by our core commitments to the twin rails of rigorous academics and deep love for God and the five planks of our mission statement: our 文科 我们的课程, 基督教 身份,我们 住宅 校园,我们 本科 聚焦与全球展望. These enduring commitments have guided every new generation of faculty, staff and students as we’ve pursued the 下一个 horizon for the college since our founding in 1937. 

 

我们希望你的学生 茁壮成长 在WESTMONT. 

INCOMING FIRST-YEAR AND TRANSFER STUDENTS RECEIVED FINANCIAL AID

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学生与教师比例

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OF CLASSES TAUGHT BY FULL-TIME FACULTY

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The Career Opportunities and Vocational Exploration (湾) center helps students discover their strengths, explore the workplace through internships, connect with alums in similar fields, and find God’s direction for their life.

实习

Internships are a great way to test drive a career. Sixty-six percent of students p艺术icipate in internships, many of which offer academic credit. 

毕业

Westmont’s 76 percent four-year graduation rate exceeds the six-year national average by 17 percentage points.

职业安置和研究生院

Ninety-four percent of the class of 2022 graduates were employed, 被研究生院录取, p艺术icipating in a service/volunteer program, or serving in the military within six months of graduation.

发现圣巴巴拉的瑰宝

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位于圣巴巴拉, 美国里维埃拉, you’ll flourish in a culturally rich and vibrant setting.

你属于这里. 你在这里会有家的感觉. 你得自己去看看!

 

值得投资

95% of new students at Westmont receive academic scholarships, talent-based scholarships and/or need-based grants

 

Westmont offers generous financial aid to qualified students; see the scholarship grid

below to discover if your student will receive an academic award. If you submit a FAFSA, your student may also obtain need-based aid. Talent-based awards are available in athletics, 艺术, 戏剧和音乐, and students may apply for a Cultural Diversity award. 在Westmont, students get the classes they need when they need them, so they can graduate in four years—and some even finish ahead of schedule.

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学生的成功

Standout soccer player Tim Heiduk ’19 has found more than the back of the net at Westmont. 他克服了挑战, 在基督里发现了自己的身份, experienced endless support and developed lifelong, 有意义的人际关系.

In his first year as a Warrior athlete, Tim scored three goals but suffered a broken foot that forced him to sit out the 下一个 season. “I chose to make the most of a difficult situation,他说. “Though it was tough, I came to rely on my faith and was never happier. I couldn’t be in a better place, and I’m extremely fortunate and blessed to be at Westmont.”

The senior from nearby Goleta has twice won the Golden Eagle Award for his academic performance, his athletic ability and his character. He interned as a Westmont sports broadcaster and serves as the sports editor of the student newspaper. 在校外, he has contributed stories to the Santa Barbara 新闻-Press and Presidio Sports, and he completed an internship at a local law office.

“I’m following the sports-journalism route, but the profession is in flux,” Tim says. “I’m interested in law—my dad is a licensed attorney—so that’s a possibility as well.”

与此同时, Tim has decided to stay at Westmont through fall 2019 to compete one more year on the soccer team since he sat out his sophomore season. He will use the additional semester to double major in economics and business and communication studies.

“Westmont has been the perfect fit for me academically, athletically and spiritually,他说.

海蒂·普尔曼,19岁

Heidi Pullmann ’19 chose Westmont for its success in placing students in medical school and planned to become a doctor or a college professor. But her college experience expanded her sense of vocation beyond medicine. When she joined a professor in a reSearch project, she discovered a passion for working in the lab. “I love biology and want to be deeply invested in it,她说。.

She also added a minor in religious studies. “I find religion generally fascinating as it engages a p艺术 of my brain I don’t use as much,她说。. “I wanted to grow spiritually and was ready and willing to be challenged in my faith, and my classes have done that immensely. But they’ve also affirmed that science and 基督教ity are compatible.”

Planning her schedule carefully allowed her to spend a semester abroad with Westmont in Jerusalem so she could live outside of the country and explore Jerusalem. She appreciated the in-depth experience with both Palestinian and Israeli communities.

Last summer, she conducted reSearch with Yi-Fan Lu, assistant professor of biology. The dep艺术ment has acquired a high-tech tool to understand human neurological disorders, 比如阿尔茨海默病, and she used the new micro- electrode array to detect and record the response of neurons to genetic mutation or toxins. Heidi presented her findings at the Celebration of Summer 研究 in September 2018. Wanting to be involved at Westmont in a deeper capacity,

she ran for vice president of the Westmont College Student Association (WCSA) last spring and won. “Serving with WCSA has helped me feel more connected to Westmont,她说。. “I had never thought about student government before, but it turned out to be a great fit for me.”

Heidi will enroll in a doctoral program at Baylor University in the fall. A professor in Baylor’s cellular molecular biology program reached out to Westmont looking for a graduate student to work in plant genetics. “I’m interested in developing better ways to grow plants through plant genetics or agricultural technologies,海蒂说. “I hope to aid in discoveries that can help end world hunger.”

回顾, Heidi says her four years at Westmont were sometimes difficult and she navigated relationships and figured out her faith. “I’ve met the most amazing people here and developed genuine friendships,她说。. “I leave with a lot of confidence about my abilities as a scholar, a scientist and a child of God. Westmont was a safe place to work out all these things.”

Lucas Vieira ’19 went to Urbana 2018 hoping to find clear direction for his life. Instead, he realized God was calling him to be faithful. “God didn’t give me a plan at Urbana, he gave me peace,” Lucas says. “Living a successful life means being faithful to him wherever I am.”

Passionate about global and urban missions, Lucas dreams of pursuing pastoral ministry. His double major in religious studies and philosophy, 他参与各部工作, his leadership of 教堂 Band and worship at Reality Carpinteria, and his global experiences have all prepared him to serve. “当我毕业的时候, I’ll look for a job in Santa Barbara to make a living, 申请在线神学院课程, 接入当地教堂, 看主领我往那里去,他说.

Lucas enrolled in Mayterm India to study 基督教 mission, Hinduism and social justice. He had planned to become a lawyer like his father. 但是在肮脏的地方行走, 拥挤的加尔各答街道, 他看到老人睡在草席上, 衣服在头顶飘动, 女性倾向于小, 明火炉灶. 一排排残废的人, impoverished and starving people were waiting to die outside of Mother Teresa’s Home for the Destitute and Dying. 在这种绝望之中, 传教士, 修女和志愿者们前来提供食物, 给垂死的人洗澡,安慰他们. Lucas began to wonder if God was calling him to serve.

During his semester with West- mont in Jerusalem, Lucas encountered tensions and tough questions in the Middle East and appreciated how politicians and aid-workers tackled the conflict in different ways. But the stories of pastors serving in the region spoke most powerfully to him. “The people seeking to bring the gospel to these broken spaces stirred something in me, and I realized I wanted to step into that role,他说.

在棕枝主日, he joined 基督教s around the world outside the Old City of Jerusalem as they marched down the mountain, 笑, 唱歌跳舞. He remembers it as one of the most hopeful moments in his life. “I realized that Jesus’s kingdom is real and visible,他说.

He later made several trips to countries in Africa, which strengthened his commitment to ministry and passion for the global church. He has worked with the student ministry Emmaus Road as programming coordinator, helping teams find places throughout the world where they can serve during the summer.

Urbana changed his perspective on ministry. “I’ve been struck by how Christ isn’t calling His people to be saviors of the world, he says. “Rather He is calling us to faithfully and humbly point others to THE Savior of the world.

“God is a missionary and is still writing his story. Because we know the ending—Christ returns and makes all things new!—we can announce this hope and become ambassadors of the Kingdom of God.”


 

排名 第一名基督教文理学院 
in California and the Western United States. 

For the 19th straight year, Westmont, 按U排名.S. 新闻 & 世界报告编号. 107(联系), is one of the top two national 基督教 文科 colleges and the number one 基督教 文科 college in California and in the Western United States

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