Congratulations Admitted Undergraduate Students!
Academics – Learn more about what is required to earn your degree!
- 8 majors, double majors, dual majors, minors
- 4 business classes freshman year, 8 sophomore year
- Choose major(s) in Whitman after sophomore year
- An internship is required
Goodman IMPRESS Program - Launched in 2014, designed to provide all Whitman undergraduates with the skills and experiences employees seek.
SU Study Abroad – Exciting ways to learn about and explore the world.
Whitman Career Center – Your resource for career planning, career fairs, practice interviews, internships, resume reviews, and job opportunities.
Academic Resources – SU offers a wide array of resources and services.
Whitman Academic Advisors help you with academic planning and course scheduling
Statistics on the undergraduate student body – Undergraduate class profile – by major, by ethnicity, by geographic location
Out of the Classroom Opportunities
Couri Hatchery – The Couri Hatchery is Whitman’s business incubator that helps SU students bring their ideas to life!
Orange Value Fund – The Orange Value Fund is a select, two-year program that immerses students in the world of finance.
Ballentine Investment Institute – The Ballentine Investment Institute offers students access to sophisticated tools used by investment professionals. It houses 11 Bloomberg Terminals allowing Whitman students to become fully trained in Bloomberg before they graduate.
Whitman Student Clubs - There are 14 Whitman Student Clubs that help students explore their academic interests outside the classroom.
State of the Art Facilities
Whitman is open to students 24/7 and is a great environment for students to learn, grow, and interact. To learn more about our facilities and to take a building tour click here.