Bloomsburg University offers 56 undergraduate programs and 20 graduate programs to nearly10,000 students under the instruction of 390 full-time faculty, most with doctoral degrees. Average class size is 32 students, resulting in a 21:1 student to faculty ratio. The student population, which is 58 percent female and 14 percent minority, has access to more than 200 student organizations, nearly 30 intramural athletics and 26 club sports.
Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, soccer, swimming, tennis, track and field and wrestling (Division I).
Basketball, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and track and field.
Education, business, nursing, speech pathology, criminal justice, medical imaging, biology, mass communication and computer forensics.
More than 6,600undergraduates and nearly 2,000 graduate students are enrolled at Cal U, where they can choose from 120 undergraduate majors/concentrations and 35 graduate programs.
Although nine out of 10 are Pennsylvania residents, Cal U students come from all 50 states and 36 different countries. About 54 percent of Cal U’s undergraduates are women and 46 percent are men.
Most of our 8,608 students attend face-to-face classes, but about 1,750 are enrolled in Global Online, Cal U’s 100 percent Internet-based programs. Nearly 1,500 students live “the suite life” in our six co-ed residence halls on the main campus. Another 768 students live about a mile away at Vulcan Village, a garden-style apartment complex on our south campus.
Men's - Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor and outdoor track and field and soccer.
Women's - Basketball, cross country, golf, indoor and outdoor track and field, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.
Education, business, applied engineering and technology, criminal justice, athletic training, sport management, psychology and general studies.
Cheyney University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1837, and is America’s Oldest Historically Black Institution of Higher Education. Its mission is to prepare confident, competent, reflective, visionary leaders and responsible citizens. The five residence halls at Cheyney University accommodate more than 1,200 students in a picturesque and historic campus setting. Cheyney University maintains a 24-hour police and part-time security force. The Academic Success Center provides an opportunity for students to receive assistance in their academic endeavors. Cheyney University’s commitment to teaching and small classes provides each student with the opportunity to learn and to share with others in the academic process.
Men's - Basketball, cross country, football, track and field.
Women's - Basketball, bowling, cross country, track and field, and volleyball.
Education; business; hotel, restaurant and tourism management; and biology.
With a little more than 6,500students, Clarion offers world-class academic challenges and the kind of support and personal attention that allows students to thrive. There is a 19-to-1 student faculty ratio and more than 130 student organizations from which students may choose. Founded in 1867, Clarion University has strong connections in the community and throughout the region and makes sure those connections benefit its students. While the majority of Clarion’s students come from Pennsylvania, there are students from 45 U.S. states and 31 countries enrolled at Clarion. Students live on campus or in nearby college-owned or affiliated housing. New students may choose to live in suite-style residences, apartment housing or traditional residence halls. There also is a wide assortment of dining options, including the campus dining facility, food court, and cafes. Clarion is an NCAA Division II school for men’s and women’s intercollegiate sports (Division I in wrestling). Eighty percent of our students receive financial aid in some form, and we have a variety of loan and scholarship programs available.
Men’s – Baseball, basketball, football, golf, swimming and diving and wrestling (Division I).
Women’s – Basketball, golf, cross country, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field and volleyball.
Biology, business, communications, teacher education and nursing.
|EA||EAST STROUDSBURG UNIVERSITY|
East Stroudsburg University is home to nearly 7,000 students, with 6,355 undergraduate and 588 graduate students. Females outnumber males, 55 percent to 45 percent. Undergraduate students come from 19 states and 22 foreign countries. ESU offers 59 bachelor’s degree programs, one associate’s degree program and 22 master’s degree programs as well as a doctorate program in Educational Leadership and Administration in partnership with Indiana University of Pennsylvania. In Fall 2011, the university’s faculty totaled 321, with 91 percent of the full-time instructional faculty holding the doctorate or other terminal degree. Student/faculty ratio is 17 to 1. ESU is accredited by the Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools, as well as by a variety of discipline-specific accrediting agencies. The university is continually expanding, with two new residence halls opening in January 2012, and plans for a new student center and library. There are more than 100 organizations and activities officially recognized by the university, ranging from social, cultural, multicultural, recreational, and community-service programs, with nearly 50 of those funded by the Student Activities Association.
Men's - Baseball, basketball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, football, soccer, tennis and wrestling.
Women's - Basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.
Education; nursing; speech pathology; computer security; media communications and technology; athletic training; business; and hotel, restaurant and tourism management.
Edinboro University President Julie E. Wollman leads a vibrant campus community of more than 7,450undergraduate and graduate students served by a highly motivated full- and part-time faculty of 405, and a staff of more than 400, all working together as a single, cohesive team to ensure student success.
The university’s 43 buildings, strategically spaced on an aesthetically pleasing 585-acre campus with open fields, wooded areas and even its own five-acre lake, feature a seven-story library with more than 500,000 bound volumes and 1.4 million microform units, brand new suite-style student housing, a 260,000 square-foot student center complete with movie theater and cyber café, and a new music center and human services building. The university’s iconic 16-foot high “Fighting Scot” statue, a gift from Edinboro’s 60,000 alumni, links generations of past and present students over the institution’s century and a half with all those yet to come.
With the Porreco Center a solid presence in nearby Erie, and Edinboro's continuing presence in Meadville, all university locations are connected by free Erie Metropolitan Transit Authority express bus service. Edinboro University's main campus, combined with the university's presence in Erie and Meadville, offers myriad associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, as well as numerous certification programs in an educational environment highlighted by a low student/faculty ratio.
A designated "Military Friendly" school for three consecutive years by G.I. Jobs, Edinboro also is nationally known for exceptional services provided by its Office for Students with Disabilities.
Men’s – Basketball, cross country, football, outdoor track and field, swimming, tennis and wrestling (Division I).
Women's – Basketball, cross country, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.
In addition, Edinboro University’s wheelchair basketball team is competitive at the national intercollegiate level against major universities and colleges, including those that routinely compete at the Division I level.
Accounting, art, business, communications, computer science, criminal justice, elementary education, secondary education, financial services, management information systems, special education, 3/2 engineering, environmental science, marketing, nursing, pre-professional studies, psychology, political science, social work and speech and hearing disorders.
Founded as Indiana Normal School in 1875, IUP is a comprehensive doctoral/research university today, offering more than 130 undergraduate and 65 graduate programs. The university enrolls 13,058 undergraduate and 2,321 graduate students; about 16 percent are minority students, and 5 percent are international. IUP faculty are well known for their dedication to teaching– some are listed in the Princeton Review’s “Top 300 Professors in the Country.” Their research in many fields gives students experience using equipment and facilities, collecting and analyzing data and presenting findings. Most of the residence halls are brand-new, built since 2006: They offer suite living and Living-Learning Communities for students with similar academic interests. The Kovalchick Complex, home of Hawks Basketball, opened in 2011 and has won a national award for university venues. A humanities academic building with state-of-the-art digital resources is under construction. Some things don’t change, though: The heart of the 350-acre campus is the Oak Grove, as it has been for 100 years. It’s the place to see and be seen while on your way to class or just hanging out.
Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, indoor and outdoor track and field and swimming.
Basketball, cross country, field hockey, indoor and outdoor track and field, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.
Criminology, psychology, biology, natural science, nursing, communications media, accounting, management, undeclared business and health and human services.
Since 1866, Kutztown University has been dedicated to the success of its students. Through the years, the university grew from one building for training future teachers to a 330-acre campus, offering many fields of study in countless facilities. Enrollment went from 776 in 1900, to 1,921 in 1950, to 9,804 today. KU offers bachelor’s and master’s degrees through four individual colleges: Liberal Arts and Science, Education, Business and Visual and Performing Arts. An active and vibrant student life is supported by approximately 160 student organizations including advisory councils, academic, diversified interest and student clubs, pre-professional organizations, honorary societies and more. Students enjoy the benefits of a modern recreation center, fully computerized classrooms and residence halls, a growing digital library, a newly remodeled arts building and gallery, and a student union with all of the comforts. Additionally, the well-maintained and award-winning campus landscape is considered one of the most attractive in the nation. Kutztown University of Pennsylvania is a member of the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and is accredited by Middle States Association of Colleges and Secondary School, and professionally by the National Council of Teacher Education.
Men’s – Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, indoor and outdoor track and field, tennis and wrestling.
Women’s – Basketball, bowling, tennis, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, indoor and outdoor track and volleyball.
Elementary and secondary education, art education, business, communication design, speech communication, English/professional writing, criminal justice, electronic media, English, psychology, special education and leisure and sport study.
|LO||LOCK HAVEN UNIVERSITY|
Lock Haven University has a combined undergraduate enrollment of 4,969 on its main and Clearfield campuses. About 8 percent of undergraduates are from outside Pennsylvania, including 25 states and 21 other countries. LHU offers 48 majors and certificate programs with 47 minors. The university offers master’s programs in education and health sciences (Physician Assistant). In 2010-11, the university awarded 92 associate degrees, 781 bachelor’s degrees and 92 master’s degrees. In Fall 2010, there were 556 full-time employees. This included 261 full-time faculty, 82 percent with earned doctorates and 12 percent representing ethnic minorities. More than 120 students study abroad each year and more than 115 international students enrich the climate on campus. LHU offers study-abroad programs in more than 20 countries. The Global Honors Program is available for qualified students.
Men's - Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, indoor and outdoor track, soccer and wrestling (Division I).
Women's - Basketball, cross country, field hockey (Division I), indoor and outdoor track, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming and volleyball.
Education, health science, criminal justice, psychology, business and communication media.
Mansfield is a small, rural, public liberal arts institution offering more than 70 undergraduate and graduate programs. Of the approximately 3,100 students, 39 percent are men and 61 percent are women. Minority students comprise 15 percent of the student body. Students come from 36 states and 20 foreign countries. Mansfield University is dedicated to “Developing Tomorrow’s Leaders” both in and out of the classroom with courses, programs, seminars, speakers and workshops.
Men’s – Baseball, basketball, cross country, sprint football (172 lb. weight limit) and track.
Women’s – Basketball, cross country, field hockey, soccer, softball, swimming and track.
Biology, business, education, communications, criminal justice, health sciences and music.
Millersville University enrolls a total of 8,725 students, including 7,644 undergraduates. The student body is 57 percent female and 43 percent male. Students of color make up 11.4 percent of the student population. Ninety-five percent of MU students are Pennsylvania residents.
Men’s – Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, tennis, indoor track and field and wrestling (Division I).
Women’s – Basketball, cross country, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, indoor and outdoor track and field and volleyball.
Biology, business, communication and theatre, early childhood education (Pre-K to Grade 4), English, exploratory (undeclared), history, Earth science/meteorology and psychology.
Shippensburg University has 7,724 students, of which 6,712 are undergraduates and 1,012 are graduate students. While more than 90 percent of students are from Pennsylvania, the university has attracted students from 15 nations and 20 states. Of the university’s full-time faculty, nearly 90 percent have terminal degrees in their respective fields. All classes are taught by faculty members, not graduate assistants. The student/faculty ratio of 19 to 1 allows for a personalized education in the university's 75 undergraduate programs and 17 graduate programs.
Men's - Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, soccer, swimming, track and field and wrestling.
Women's - Basketball, cross country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, track and field and volleyball.
Teacher education, health sciences, business, criminal justice, applied physics/engineering, graphic art, computer science, communication journalism and psychology.
|SL||SLIPPERY ROCK UNIVERSITY|
Slippery Rock University is a student-friendly campus of more than 660 acres set among some of the region’s most scenic forests and lakes just 50 miles north of Pittsburgh. We combine the friendliness of a small, liberal arts college with the resources of a comprehensive university, including 17 Division II NCAA sports and more than 100 student organizations, including academic, professional, honorary, service, recreational, special interest and social organizations and associations. SRU offers a comprehensive learning experience that purposefully combines academic instruction with hands-on learning opportunities – a winning combination for success. We offer more than 60 undergraduate majors and 20 graduate programs including a doctorate in physical therapy. At The Rock, learning extends beyond the classroom. Our more than 8,500 students are encouraged to participate in a variety of activities from undergraduate research…to community volunteerism…to academic internships…to study abroad…to personal leadership development.
Men's - Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, indoor and outdoor track and soccer.
Women's - Basketball, cross country, field hockey, indoor and outdoor track, lacrosse, soccer, softball, tennis, and volleyball.
Allied health bachelor’s programs as gateway to 3 + 3 Doctorate of Physical Therapy, athletic training, business, communication, early childhood education (Pre-k to Grade 4), exercise science, parks and recreation, sport management and dance.
|WE||WEST CHESTER UNIVERSITY|
West Chester enrolls 15,411 students – 13,297 undergraduates and 2,114 graduate students. Among the undergraduate population, 9,343 are female and 6,068, male; 2,637 are minorities. The university offers more than 80 undergraduate and 70 master’s degree and graduate certificate programs. The largest school in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the fourth-largest university in the Philadelphia area, West Chester is a leading resource and partner in fostering the region’s economic, social and cultural vitality. Its 400-acre campus is situated in the beautiful, historically significant Brandywine Valley. With roots dating back to 1812, West Chester has evolved into a comprehensive university that excels in teacher education, business, health, natural and social sciences, music and the arts. Ranked among Kiplinger’s 100 best values in public colleges for its academic quality and affordability, the university is committed to providing access and serving the educational needs of a diverse student body.
Men’s - Baseball, basketball, cross country, football, golf, soccer, swimming and diving, tennis and track and field.
Women’s - Basketball, cheerleading, cross country, field hockey, golf, gymnastics, lacrosse, rugby, soccer, softball, swimming and diving, tennis, track and field and volleyball.
Elementary education, psychology, management, communication studies, music, criminal justice, accounting, health and physical education, early childhood education (pre-K to Grade 4), biology, nursing, special education, history and marketing.