Baldwin Wallace University
Baldwin Wallace University (BW) is a private, Methodist-affiliated liberal arts institution founded in 1845 and located in Berea, Ohio. About 4,000 students are members of the BW community. Situated on a picturesque 125-acre campus about 12 miles from downtown Cleveland, BW was one of the first colleges in the nation to admit students without regard to race or gender. The school is also widely recognized for its sustainable campus and commitment to environmentally responsible practices.
BW consistently ranks among the top Midwestern universities by "U.S. News and World Report" and "Princeton Review." In addition, BW's programs in neuroscience and music theatre are frequently cited for academic excellence by industry professional journals.
Students can participate in more than 120 recognized clubs, professional organizations, honor societies, community service, political action groups, faith-based organizations, student newspaper and broadcast stations, and 14 active fraternities and sororities. Cleveland home of world-class theaters, professional sports is just 20 minutes away from this reputed organization.