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Doing, discovering, applying: 4 things to know about WPU’s Immersive Learning

Find out how William Peace University’s Immersive Learning technique better prepares students for their future careers (and makes learning more meaningful).

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Immersive Learning connects relevant information with what students want to do in their future careers.

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College hunting? We’re taking a look at a unique offering that makes William Peace University (WPU) stand out: Immersive Learning.

Immersive Learning is actively applying knowledge through engaging + career-preparing experiences, both inside and outside the classroom. Here’s four reasons why that’s important:

🧑‍🎓 Immersive Learning leads to positive post-college outcomes.

96% of WPU graduates have jobs or are in graduate school within one year of graduating.

🤝 Every single WPU course features immersive learning experiences.

This results in more meaningful learning + opportunities to build relationships and develop problem-solving skills. Bonus: Class sizes are deliberately small to further encourage collaboration and community.

🔍 Active engagement strategies are utilized.

From simulations and role-playing to case studies and off-campus excursions, students engage with subject matters, including:

  • Taking measurements in Crabtree Creek
  • Investing in the stock market (risk-free)
  • Conducting a mock election
  • Replicating a drug bust — with help from Triangle law enforcement

🧑‍🏫 Immersive Learning works.

Equipped with decision-making experience, self-confidence, and communication skills, WPU students report feeling prepared for their future careers.

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