English Program Frequently Asked Questions
How many students are in an average English class?
Westminster College English classes are small and focus on professor and student interaction. Lower-division writing classes average 20 students, while upper-division English classes may have 15 or fewer students.
What determines whether I need to take entry-level English classes?
High scores on ACT, SAT, AP, Clep Humanities, Clep Analysis and Interpretation of Literature could allow you to receive credit for English 110 and/or 220. Please call the registrar's office at 801-832-2180 for additional information.
How many hours must I complete if I transfer from another college or university?
Transfer students must complete a minimum of 12 upper-division English hours to earn a Westminster College degree in English.
Do you have a Writing Center?
Most definitely. The Westminster College Writing Center provides one-on-one assistance to writers of all levels and abilities, from all disciplines, at any stage of the writing process. Working with a writing consultant will help you develop your writing skills for English or any other class. Working as a writing consultant will give you valuable teaching experience and prepare you for any career that involves communicating with and training others.