Reinhardt University is a private comprehensive university grounded in the liberal arts. Take a quick look at Reinhardt through lists, facts and statistics.
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Reinhardt offers 43 programs of study, with a total of 65 concentrations or program option from which to choose: (For more on academics)
Graduate degrees - for more on graduate degrees >
Baccalaureate or bachelor's degrees (four-year) - for more on Reinhardt majors>
Degree completion programs (offered to adult students attending extended sites) - for more on Reinhardt majors>
Associate degrees (two-year) - for more on Reinhardt majors>
Full session courses last 16 weeks, while Session I or Session II courses generally last eight weeks. See class schedules.
The 525-acre Main Campus is at 7300 Reinhardt Circle, Waleska, Ga. 30183-2981, about 45 minutes northwest of Atlanta, Ga., and is easily accessible from I-75, I-575 and Ga. 515. directions>
Selected programs are being offered in Cartersville and Canton, Ga.
Enrollment as of fall 2015 was 1373 students; 93% undergraduate, 7% graduate, 12% online, 90% full-time; 49% female, 51% male. Student/faculty ratio is 12:1. Average class size is 13 students (fall 2015).
Reinhardt fields 19 intercollegiate sports: men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, cross country, golf, lacrosse, tennis, and track and field; men's baseball and football; and women’s volleyball and softball. Co-ed cheerleading is a club sport. All offer scholarships. For more information on intercollegiate athletics.
The student activities council plans dances, service projects, coffee houses and movie nights.
Activities include: an outdoors program, intramurals and student government; groups focusing on service, leadership, the arts, spiritual growth, music, and entertainment; academic disciplines and honor societies, as well as an online newspaper and a TV station.
Ten residence halls, with a variety of room configurations, are available. Approximately 57% of the undergraduate Waleska Campus student population lives in residence halls (fall 2015).
The Academic Support Office, ASO, conducts a very successful program for students with specific learning disabilities. For more information, contact the Office of Academic Support, 770-720-5567 or AAA@reinhardt.edu.
In 2014-2015, Reinhardt awarded 262 degrees. The University has more than 10,000 living alumni. For more information on alumni services or activities, please contact the Office of Alumni Relations and Alumni Giving.
Reinhardt is supported by alumni, friends, parents, foundations, corporations, and organizations, as well as the North Georgia Conference of The United Methodist Church, individual churches and Sunday school classes.
Total operating budget for 2015-2016 is $25.6 million.
The endowment is $41.5 million (6/30/15). These funds are used for purposes that are consistent with donor wishes. They support student scholarships, faculty research and the expansion and maintenance of campus facilities.
Reinhardt University awards merit, leadership, athletic, United Methodist, and academic division aid, scholarships and grants to eligible students.
Students who are legal residents of Georgia may be eligible to receive the Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant and/or the Zell Miller Scholarship or HOPE Scholarship. Cherokee County residents may qualify for the Cherokee County Grant, as well.
Many sources of financial aid, including grants, loans, student-work and scholarships, assist students and their families with the costs associated with attending college.
Students receive grants, loans, work study and scholarships. For fall 2015, 95% of under-graduate students received some type of financial aid. Rein¬hardt awarded $7.9 million in institutional aid for the 2015-16 year; the average institu¬tional award to a main campus student was $8200.