You are someone who is always looking to get more out of life, who yearns for the freedom to explore. You want your college experience to be someplace where you matter. Where your education isn’t just about landing your first job, it’s
about starting a meaningful life.
At Westminster College, your meaningful life starts the day you enroll. No matter where you come from or what your background is, what binds you and every other Westminster student together is the desire to live a life of consequence.
A liberal arts education at Westminster is more than just learning in order to earn a degree—it’s about learning to lead a successful and meaningful life. Whatever your major, you will learn broadly and deeply, studying across disciplines
to liberate your mind to its fullest potential.
Your meaningful life only gets better as an alum. For the rest of your life, you'll have access to a deep and diverse network of faculty and fellow graduates. Explore the stories of some recent alum.
Meet Fernando Rivero
Mentor. Advocate. Westminster MPH.
Fernando is a 20-year veteran fire captain and paramedic. Fernando has been actively involved in raising awareness and developing policies aimed at combating sexual violence and human trafficking. He received a Master of Public Health from Westminster
and remains active in the campus community as an adjunct professor and the faculty advisor to the Tipping Point, a student club dedicated to raising awareness about sexual assault and human trafficking.
Maddie has become one of the most decorated female freeskiers in history. Since beginning her career in 2012, Maddie has won seven X Games medals and won the first ever gold medal in Olympic halfpipe freeskiing. She won her fourth consecutive X Games
medal in 2016 while also becoming the first woman to throw a switch 900 in competition.