Enrollment

1,868

Total Enrollment

79% / 21%

Full-Time/Part-Time

74%

Pursuing an Undergraduate Degree

26%

Pursuing a Graduate Degree


Undergraduate Student Body

69%

Female

31%

Male


Undergraduate Degree Programs

Associate in Arts Program

Liberal Arts

Bachelor of Arts Programs

Biology
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice
English
History
Humanities
Mathematics
Psychology
Social Sciences
Teacher Education


Graduate Degree Programs

Bachelor of Science/Master of Science Program

Occupational Therapy

Master of Business Administration Programs

Management
Health Care Management * Also offered as a graduate certificate

Master of Science Program

Family Nurse Practitioner
Occupational Therapy
Organizational Leadership and Communication

Master of Science in Education Programs

Adolescence Education
Adolescence Education/Students with Disabilities
Childhood Education
Childhood Education/Students with Disabilities
Teacher of Students Who are Blind or Visually Impaired
Teacher of Students with Disabilities

Doctor of Nursing Practice Program

Doctor of Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy
Transitional Doctor of Physical Therapy (online) for licensed PTs

Pre-Professional Programs

Pre-Bioengineering
Pre-Medical


Most Popular Undergraduate Majors

Nursing
Criminal Justice
Social Sciences
Biology
Management

Psychology
Social Work
English
Communication Studies


Faculty

76

full-time faculty

15:1

faculty/student ratio

74%

of faculty hold doctorates or other terminal degrees


Financial Aid

100%

First-time full-time freshman receiving financial aid

83%

Total full-time undergraduates receiving financial aid

38%

Total part-time undergraduates receiving financial aid

78%

Total undergraduates receiving financial aid

$26,116

Average financial aid package (FT/FT)


Alumni

15,000 +


Athletics

17 Varsity Teams

Eight for men and nine for women. They play in Division II of the Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC).

Mascot

Charlie the Charger

Colors

Red and black


History

The University was founded in 1952 by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt.


Campus Properties

31 Acres

Main Campus

17 Acres

Athletic fields and parking

16 Acres

Extended campus

15

Buildings making up the campus