Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania

400 E. Second Street
Bloomsburg, PA 17815-1301


Undergraduate: 8,253
Graduate: 671
Total Headcount: 8,924

Keystone Auto internship program at Bloomsburg University leads to jobs

Walk the halls of Keystone Automotive in Exeter and there is a good chance you’ll bump into a Bloomsburg University graduate or a current student. That’s because just in the past year 12 students have landed internships and full-time jobs with Keystone Automotive.

Adam Schultz, a 2016 graduate and data analyst for the company, is in charge of the warehouse internship program. “We mainly recruit supply chain students but are open to all business students.” Schultz says, “It’s very flexible. We’re looking for students who want to be leaders, are ambitious, and self-starting.” 


 Points of Pride

Bloomsburg University’s digital forensics program is designated as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education by the National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance Education.

Bloomsburg University’s nursing program is ranked No. 1 in Pennsylvania, according to

​Bloomsburg University’s American Sign Language program is one of only two in the eastern United States.

Bloomsburg University is the first in the nation and among the few to offer an undergraduate program in accounting fraud examination.

​Bloomsburg University’s professional sales education program is considered one of the nation’s best, according to Sale’s Education Foundation.

 Notable Alumni

​Danny Litwhiler ’38 - major league baseball player who invented Diamond Grit and Jugs radar gun

​Mark Schweiker ’75 - 44th governor of Pennsylvania

​Andie Summers ’96 - morning show host on Philadelphia’s country music station, 92.5 XTU

​Jimmi Simpson ’98 - Broadway, TV and film actor

​Jahri Evans ’07 - offensive guard with New Orleans Saints


Bashar W. Hanna, Ph.D.

Bashar W. Hanna, Ph.D.

​Bashar W. Hanna, Ph.D., was named the 19th president of Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania in July 2017. Dr. Hanna was a professor of biology and formerly vice president for academic affairs and dean of the faculty at Delaware Valley University in Doylestown. Learn more.