Winthrop University

About Winthrop

Mission Statement

Winthrop University provides personalized and challenging undergraduate, graduate, and continuing professional education programs of national caliber within a context dedicated to public service to the nation and to the State of South Carolina. Winthrop's longtime commitment to be among the very best institutions of its kind in the nation continually guides the mission of the university.

Building on its 19th century origins as a distinctive women's college, the Winthrop University of the 21st century is achieving national stature as a competitive and distinctive, co-educational, public, residential comprehensive, values oriented institution.  The values of service, excellence, diversity, community, and leadership provide the foundation for Winthrop's continuing development and shape Winthrop's continuing success.

Winthrop enrolls an achievement-oriented, culturally diverse and socially responsible student body between 6,500 and 7,000 students.  The University recruits South Carolina's most able students as well as highly qualified students from beyond the state whose presence adds diversity and enrichment to the campus and the state. Winthrop prides itself on being an institution of choice for groups traditionally under-represented on many college campuses.

Winthrop is located in a traditional setting of exceptional beauty, and provides a contemporary, collaborative, and supportive environment that fosters engaged student learning and development. Winthrop has a diverse and able faculty and professional staff of national caliber and supports their work as effective teachers, scholars, researchers, practitioners, and creative artists. Through this talented group, Winthrop students acquire and develop knowledge, skills, capabilities and values that enrich their lives and prepare them to meet the needs and challenges of the contemporary world, including the ability to communicate effectively, appreciate diversity, work collaboratively, synthesize knowledge, solve complex problems and adapt to change. Ongoing assessment of programs and services ensures both that all academic programs challenge students at their highest level of ability and that the library, instructional technology and other academic service areas support courses of study that are consonant with best practices. As a result, Winthrop graduates are eminently well prepared to enter the most competitive graduate or professional schools as well as to be leaders in their chosen professions and in their communities.

Winthrop University 701 Oakland Ave, Rock Hill, SC 29730, USA
International Ambassador Scholarship Application Instructions A limited number of International Ambassador Scholarships are awarded each year to international students1 who are chosen to serve as International Ambassadors. Preference is given to applicants who may not otherwise be able to attend Winthrop for financial reasons. The value of the award is $250 per semester plus an out-of-state grant2. Application Process and Requirements Scholarships are awarded by the International Ambassador Scholarship Committee. Recipients will be selected on the basis of their academic performance in high school or college, financial need, and potential for serving as a good representative of their country and the International Center, based on a review of the documents listed below. To be considered for the Ambassador Scholarship, you must: 1. Be admitted to Winthrop University. Submit to the International Center a completed Statement of Financial Responsibility and Affidavit of Support...
Jun 01, 2021
Winthrop University 701 Oakland Ave, Rock Hill, SC 29730, USA
International Undergraduate Admissions Policy Please note: To help expedite consideration of your application for admission, please submit all the required documentation listed below at your earliest opportunity. Unfortunately, applications cannot be considered for admission until Winthrop University's Office of Admissions has received ALL required application materials. Undergraduate applicants (beginning freshmen and transfers) must submit official transcripts, mark sheets and examination certificates in their native language for all secondary and/or postsecondary coursework, along with certified, literal (exact) English translations for documents not originally issued in English. All official documents must be sent directly from the issuing institution, examining body, evaluation service or translation service to Winthrop University's Office of Undergraduate Admission.   Transcripts uploaded via the application portal cannot be accepted . All undergraduate...
Jun 01, 2021