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Waldorf Facts

Waldorf Facts

Waldorf University is a private, for-profit college founded in 1903.

Waldorf serves approximately 600 students representing more than half of the 50 U.S. states and several countries.

Waldorf offers 20 majors with numerous tracks to provide educational flexibility.

Student-Faculty Ratio
Our student-to-faculty ratio is 15:1.

Class Size
Our average class size is 15.

Placement Rates
83% of the Waldorf Class of 2010 found a job in their chosen field or entered graduate school within seven months of graduation.

Our student athletes compete as members of the Midwest Collegiate Conference (NAIA) in 12 sports. Athletic scholarship opportunities are available.

Fine Arts
Waldorf features outstanding theatre and music departments. You can be involved in theatre productions, choir ensembles, instrumental ensembles and more throughout the year. Fine arts scholarships are available for majors and non-majors alike.

Student Life
Waldorf features over 35 clubs and organizations, plus intramural sports and tons of on-campus events.

Financial Assistance
100% of incoming full-time students receive some form of financial assistance.

Waldorf is located in the middle of Forest City, Iowa. 120 miles north of Des Moines, 120 miles south of Minneapolis and 30 miles west of Mason City.

Campus Dining
Waldorf College offers dining options in three different locations on campus and two meal plan options for you to select.

Laptop Program
Don't worry about bringing a laptop to college! We provide all full-time students with one to use during their time at Waldorf University. Already have one? No problem. Students who bring their own computers receive a $100 reduction per semester.