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Waldorf University is a friendly, private liberal arts school located centrally in beautiful Forest City, Iowa. For more than 100 years, Waldorf has been the cornerstone in the lives of thousands, setting the solid foundation for success among students, their families and the community.
Waldorf offers a curriculum to liberate the way students think so that they may develop a basic understanding and knowledge of how those in a variety of disciplines think and approach life.
Our tight-knit team of professors, coaches and administration work together to put you first. We believe that every student deserves a dedicated support system in the classroom – and everywhere else.
There are so many savings options at Waldorf. From academic or industry-specific scholarships to federal grants, we’ll help you find the plan that works best with your budget.
At Waldorf, there are many of ways to get involved on campus. Join one of Waldorf's 35 student groups, get involved in a theatre production or attend a gallery opening. The possibilities are endless.
Middeke, a ’00 graduate, is a videographer for KARE 11, an NBC affiliate in Minneapolis, Minn. No two days at work are alike for Middeke, except the starting and...
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Chase Chisholm's first name is also the verb that defines his life. For as long as he can remember, Chisholm has "chased" new ideas, career goals and a...
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On a busy Wednesday morning, Cory Crawford ’96 sits in his plush New York office and looks back at the time he attended Waldorf College, a period that changed his...
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Erica Hanna Mayer ’02 has always been surrounded by an attitude of giving back. Her mother has fostered a service minded attitude all of Erica’s life.
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When Heidi Kotzian was a student at Waldorf College, she didn’t plan to become the director of marketing and national events for the United Way of America. She had...
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