Worsham College offers assistance in the following three categories of off-campus student accommodations:
Many out-of-state students work and live in local funeral homes in an effort to gain valuable experience, save on living costs, and earn a nominal wage. Worsham College students have set a high standard of performance in the past and are eagerly sought by area employers.
Some students elect to live in apartments affording the student more personal time attending the College. The Registrar’s Office maintains a list of students interested in sharing apartments.
The Center of Concern is an agency that pairs Worsham College Students with clients in Wheeling and neighboring townships who have rooms for rent in their homes, complete with kitchen privileges and laundry facilities. This option offers the student the personal freedom of an apartment at a lower cost.
Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990
In response to the Crime Awareness and Campus Security Act of 1990 requiring all post-secondary institutions to prepare an annual report detailing the crime prevention policy and campus crime statistics, Worsham College has issued this Crime Awareness Report showing data for the years 2016, 2017 and 2018.
Annual Security Report 2019
Worsham College is committed to ensuring a safe, respectful, discrimination and harassment free environment. The College does not tolerate any violence including sexual assault, sexual harassment, domestic violence, dating violence, stalking, or sexual orientation/gender based harassment. We strongly encourage anyone who has been a victim of or witness to any type of sexual misconduct by a Worsham College student, faculty, or staff to notify us immediately so that we can offer resources and support to the those involved. In the event of an emergency please DIAL 911
Sexual Misconduct Reporting Form
Further questions, please contact Worsham College at 847.808.8444 or send an email to us at info[at]worsham[dot]edu for additional assistance.