|University Motto||"Out of Hiding, Into the Light"|
|Year of establishment||1871|
|City||Philippi, West Virginia|
Alderson Broaddus College
For more than 144 years, Alderson Broaddus University has been providing a quality education for its students. Overlooking the picturesque Tygart River Valley in Philippi, West Virginia, Alderson Broaddus University students learn and grow in a faith-based learning community. Deeply rooted in the liberal arts, Alderson Broaddus University is a health-related and professional educational institution. Alderson Broaddus University is affiliated with the American Baptist Churches, USA, and the West Virginia Baptist Convention.Two institutions were united in 1932 to form Alderson-Broaddus College. Each of the institutions passed on a rich Christian heritage. The older of the two, Broaddus University, was founded in Winchester, Virginia in 1871 by Edward Jefferson Willis, a Baptist minister who named the new college after Rev. William Francis Ferguson Broaddus, a prominent Baptist minister at the time of the Civil War. In response to economic hard times, Broaddus University was moved across the Alleghenies to Clarksburg, West Virginia, in 1876. The college was moved again to the small town of Philippi, West Virginia in 1901.
The Alderson Broaddus College is a Private university located in Philippi.
The Alderson Broaddus College was founded in 1871.
The current president of Alderson Broaddus College is James Berry.
According to verified online sources, the Alderson Broaddus College enrolls a total of 2200 students.
According to the main website, the Alderson Broaddus College has a total student population of 1100 undergraduate students and 1100 graduate students.