Washington & Jefferson College, also known as W & J College or W&J, is a private liberal arts college in Washington, Pennsylvania, in the United States. This college is established in 1781 by group of Presbyterian ministers. Washington & Jefferson college mainly focuses on undergraduate education. It is accredited by Middle states of Association of Colleges and Schools. The College promotes the development of skills, knowledge, personal qualities and a worldview that characterizes a well-educated person, is the mission statement of the college. In order to follow their mission all, the learning components in the campus are designed and intended to support this mission. They maintain a small class size on average 17 students. 85% of the faculty have terminal degrees in their respective subjects. James G Blaine, Jacob Lindley, Andrew Johnson, Joseph A. Walker are some notable alumni of the college.