WCC One of Only 22 Schools (Out of 1,100+) to Receive “A” Grade from ACTA

Once again, Wyoming Catholic College has received an “A” grade from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA), joining only 21 other “A” schools as educational programs that remain committed to a rigorous core curriculum rooted in the liberal arts and Western tradition. The College is pleased to have the breadth and depth of its curriculum recognized in this way, and honored to be included alongside such institutions such as Baylor University, Pepperdine University, St. John’s College, the University of Dallas, and Thomas Aquinas College.

The study, conducted each year in connection with ACTA’s “What Will They Learn” website, examines core academic requirements at all the major public and private universities in all 50 states—a total of 1,130 four-year institutions that together enroll more than seven and a half million undergraduate students. These institutions are assigned a letter grade ranging from “A” to “F” based on how many of seven core subjects they require. Those subjects are: Composition, Literature, (intermediate-level) Foreign Language, U.S. Government or History, Economics, Mathematics, and Natural Science. Its results are available to the public for free.

Related College News