The Value of Wayland
Wayland Baptist offers an exceptional education – at an exceptional value. We respect the sacrifices our students make to pursue higher education, and we are committed to partnering with them – by offering an education second to none, by being good stewards of our resources, and by making this high-quality, life-changing education as affordable as possible.
The Value of…
a Lower Tuition
Wayland Baptist is competitively priced as compared to other Christian and independent colleges and universities in Texas and across the nation.
Wayland students study in highly personalized classrooms, averaging 16 students. These classes are led by expert faculty, of whom more than 80 percent have attained the highest degree in their field.
Wayland students learn by doing. They gain invaluable skills and experience through myriad hands-on learning opportunities – including internships, professional projects, undergraduate research, study and service abroad, campus leadership opportunities, and more.
Faith & Learning
At WBU, we experience education through a Christian worldview. Our faith shapes who we are, and it informs our learning, our friendships, and our life together.
This is an education that will meet you where you are and take you where you want to go. Here, in an empowering learning environment filled with Christian values and exciting opportunities, you will become your very best – in your studies, in your career, and in every area of your life.
Danica Martinez-Diaz, a junior Spanish education major and Plainview native, has found a lot to do with her time here at Wayland.
Dr. Kevin Sweeney grew up on a ranch in Paoli, Oklahoma.
Thiago Randazzo is a senior Business major specializing in management and marketing
Cindy Horn, a native of Hamburg, Germany and senior Business major with a specialization in Management and Marketing
Haley Stone, a graduating senior from Houston, TX majoring in Justice Administration with a specialization in law
Dr. Fountain grew up in Springfield, Nebraska and did his early schooling at home. He pursued his undergraduate work at Taylor University in Upland, Indiana and received a Bachelor of Music degree in piano performance.
When Mary Feril and Tim Fisher came to Wayland in 2003, they both found themselves in Wayland’s School of Fine Arts where they joined the theatre program.
When Dr. Rosemary Ribera first visited Wayland, she was unsure that the small school would be able to prepare her a future in dentistry.
Kyler Templeton earned his Bachelor’s degree in Fitness Management Composite with a Specialization in Sports Medicine from Wayland in May of 2014.