A generous financial aid budget and inclusive aid policies make graduating from Gardner-Webb an attainable goal for talented hardworking students from the widest possible range of backgrounds.
Gardner-Webb students benefit from small classes with an average 13-to-1 student-faculty ratio, individualized instruction, and professors who are committed to helping foster personal and professional success.
Originally founded in 1905 as Boiling Springs High School, Gardner-Webb has steadily grown its academic programs, student body, physical campus, and community relationships to become a nationally-recognized leader in Christian higher education.
From academic support services to on-campus concerts and events, Gardner-Webb provides a variety of activities that broaden the collegiate experience and balance academics with vibrant student life opportunities.
Home to the Runnin' Bulldogs, Gardner-Webb gives student-athletes a complete college experience with an emphasis on academic enrichment and an opportunity to compete in one of 22 NCAA Division I sports.
Spiritual formation plays an integral role at Gardner-Webb University. Student-led worship services are offered each week, while the Dimensions program offers attendees opportunities for spiritual growth as part of the required curriculum.
Gardner-Webb stands on the threshold of our next great chapter, one your generosity will help write. Together we will propel the University toward an exciting future as one of the nation’s preeminent Christian universities.
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