Our Campus & History

From afar, we're 190 acres of beauty and tradition. But with a closer look, you'll see we're so much more!

Founded in 1826, our historic campus has been named one of America's most beautiful. Originally only seven buildings along Brick Row, it is now home to more than 40 buildings, which include classrooms, athletic facilities, student dormitories, faculty private residences, administrative offices and much more. Warm and welcoming, our campus is a place where students feel at home.

Hudson, our hometown, is just a stroll away. Century homes and oak trees line the streets, while boutiques, restaurants and coffee shops keep Main Street buzzing. Hudson has been named one of the 100 Best Communities for young people and among the safest communities in Ohio. Learn more about our hometown!

WRA's 190-acre campus is filled with lush green lawns, sprawling athletic fields, a beautiful cross country course and a serene hockey pond. WRA is within walking distance of downtown Hudson and close to the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, WRA students have the unique opportunity to grow and learn in a diverse environment that has a small-town feel with big city amenities.

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