Lead Where You Stand Leadership Conference
Pursue the greater good in challenging times
Westmont Ranks Among Top National Colleges
The 2019 rankings of U.S. colleges and universities confirm Westmont as one of the top Christian colleges in the nation.
Learning to lead a life of significance begins with a deep love of God and is tempered by rigorous training in every area of human knowledge.
At Westmont we push our faith and expand our knowledge to enable us to use our talents more fully in the service of Christ.
In the foothills of Santa Barbara, where the ocean meets the mountains, we find our calling amongst a close-knit community.
Westmont’s global program prepares students to live in a diverse, complex and quickly changing society so they can take their place as citizens of the world. The breadth of the liberal arts, the opportunity to study or serve overseas and an emphasis on developing an international perspective help graduates make a seamless transition to a global marketplace.
Trailhead: Seeking God's Call
At Trailhead, you’ll explore how faith can guide your future as you attend college, pursue a career, and seek to make a difference in the world. In an on-campus summer residency and yearlong mentorship, discover some of the ways that faith, education, and work can be united in a life of significance.Learn More
Westmont’s music and theater arts departments perform an exciting production of Mozart’s comic opera, "The Magic Flute,” March 1, 3 and 5 at 7 p.m. at the New Vic Theater.
Peggy Noonan, a Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist at the Wall Street Journal and a renowned speechwriter for President Ronald Reagan, speaks at Westmont Feb. 22 at 10:30 a.m. in Murchison Gym.
Adams 219 | 3:30 PM
Hieronymus Lounge | 7:00 PM