Welch is a private, Christian college located in Nashville, Tennessee. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 222 undergraduate students. The Welch acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Biblical Studies, Biology, and English. Graduating 48% of students, Welch alumni go on to earn a starting salary of $23,900.
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Welch College is a great, accredited college. It helps educate students, not only in what they are majoring in, but also in Bible. All students graduate with a Bible major, along with whatever other major they are studying. The atmosphere of Welch College is incredible. It feels like a family. Also, with it being a small college/campus, there is a lot of one on one interaction with professors and a greater chance of success! Welch college is an amazing place to be!
Welch offers excellent academics and a faculty that strives to develop the whole person within a thoroughly Christian context. Located in Gallatin, TN, a suburb of Nashville, students enjoy the best of a small town environment with access to one of the most dynamic cities in the south.
Welch college offers a unique experience with a lot of one-on-one attention from staff, faculty, and professors. My advice when considering this college is to know how grounded in grace you are because legalism is an issue at this institution. I gained so many good things from my time at Welch and my faith grew and solidified but it was a trial in patience as well. Be humble and extend a LOT of grace.