Religious Affiliation Roman Catholic,
Year Established: 1746
Middle States Commission on Higher Education
Undergraduate Enrollment: 1,696
Room and Board: $11,524
Profile: Franciscan Friars of the Third Order Regular, coed
Programs:SCHOOL OF ARTS & LETTERS
Arts & Letters, Criminal Justice, Digital Media, Strategic Communications, Education, Early Childhood Education, Special Education Certification, Middle Childhood Education, Secondary Education Certification, English: Literature (C), Media Studies (C), Secondary Education (C), Environmental Studies, Fermentation Arts, History: Pre-Law (C), Secondary Education (C), International Business - Spanish, International Business - French, International Studies, Philosophy, Political Science, Pre-Law (C), Psychology: Secondary Education (C), Public Administration/Government Service, Religious Studies, Social Work, Sociology, Spanish: Secondary Education (C).
Exercise Physiology, Health Studies, Nursing, Occupational Therapy (MOT), Physical Therapy (DPT), Physician Assistant Sciences (MPAS), Public Health.
SCHOOL OF SCIENCES
Aquarium & Zoo Science, Biology: Environmental Science (C), Marine Biology (C), Molecular Biology (C), Pre-Professional (C), Secondary Education (C); Biochemistry, Chemistry: Forensic (C), Pre-Pharmacy (C), Pre-Professional (C), Secondary Education (C); Computer Science: Gaming/New Media Design and Production (C), Information Technology & Security(C), Software Development (C); Engineering (3-2), Environmental Engineering (ABET Accredited), Ecological Engineering (C), Renewable Energies (C), Petroleum & Natural Gas Engineering, Medical Laboratory Science, Mathematics: Actuarial Science (C), Applied Mathematics (C), Secondary Education (C), Pharmacy Pharm.D. Affiliate Program with Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine.?(C) denotes concentration
Special Features: One of only a handful of colleges offering a bachelor’s degree in Fermentation Arts, Independent study, study-abroad programs to France and Italy, internships, Washington semester, Honors Program, minors in American Sign Language and Paralegal Studies, design your own major, marching band. NCAA Division I Athletics include men’s basketball, cross-country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, track (indoor & outdoor), volleyball, cheerleading. Women’s: basketball, bowling, cross-country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track (indoor & outdoor), volleyball, water polo.
Admissions Requirements: 16 HS units including 4 English, 2 Math, 1 Natural Science; SAT (Critical Reading and Math) or ACT; recommendation of HS, interview recommended. Additional Math and Science requirements for those pursuing degrees in Math, Science, Engineering and Health Sciences.
High School Transcript,
Minimum Credits: 12,
Minimum GPA: 2.0,
Spring Deadline: Dec. 1,
Fall Deadline: Aug. 1,
Transfer Admissions Contact: Kelly Aharrah, Assistant Director of Admissions