Edinboro University of Pennsylvania

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Edinboro, PA 16444


Undergraduate: 2,939
Graduate: 1,104
Total Headcount: 4,043

Edinboro University launches new undergraduate Deaf Education program

A new program at Edinboro University will provide essential training for pre-service teachers to address needs for students who are deaf or hard of hearing.

Starting January 2020, Edinboro University will launch a Bachelor of Science in Education undergraduate program in Early Childhood and Deaf Education – expanding on the University’s regionally recognized Deaf Studies minor.

The 4-year undergraduate degree will train teachers to work with children who are deaf or hard of hearing in a variety of educational settings. Teachers of deaf students will be prepared to work in public and private schools as resource, itinerant and early-intervention teachers.


 Points of Pride

The Game and Virtual World Development Track of Edinboro University's Computer Science program ranks 24th nationally among public schools and colleges and 20th on the East Coast in Animation Career Review's 2016 Game Design School Rankings

Edinboro University’s Animation and Computer Animation programs rank 17th nationally among public colleges and universities in Animation Career Review's 2016 listing of the best animation programs in the U.S.

​The College Mapper blog recently placed Edinboro University at the top of its list of the Best Colleges for Students with Disabilities, adding to numerous recognitions earned by EU’s longstanding commitment to accessibility and service.

Edinboro University’s online graduate programs in education and nursing (offered in consortium with Clarion University) are ranked among the best in the nation in U.S. News & World Report's Best Colleges rankings.

 Notable Alumni

​Dr. Beverly J. Torok-Storb ’71, M.Ed. Biology and Secondary Education - Lead team member of the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle and a Top Doctor 2013 Community Service Award Winner for a year-round internship and other programs she created for underrepresented students interested in the sciences

​Xavier Williams ’89, B.S. Business Administration - Senior Vice President, AT&T Southwest

​Jack Speer ’81, B.A. Speech Communications - news anchor, National Public Radio

​LaToya Ruby Frazier ’04, BFA - acclaimed photographer, 2014 John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship recipient and 2015 McArthur “genius grant” recipient

​Josh Earl ’05, BFA Applied Media Arts – Film and Video Production, four-time Creative Arts Emmy winner for editing work done for the Discovery Channel series “Deadliest Catch”