About Madonna University

Established in 1937, this 4,400 student university offers small classes and big opportunities. Liberal arts, career preparation and service learning are the hallmarks of a Madonna University degree. Focused on student success, Madonna offers more than 100 exciting undergraduate majors and 35 graduate programs in business, education, nursing, arts and humanities, science and math, and the social sciences. Students have access to the very latest technology in state-of-the-art science, sign language, and nursing simulation labs and high-definition television and radio studios. With a student/faculty ratio of 12:1, students enjoy small classes taught by professors who not only know their students by name, but also possess a wealth of knowledge and experience in their chosen fields. Tutoring, academic support, supplemental instruction, and other resources are readily available to assist students in reaching their educational goals. The Office of Continuing Education and Professional Studies offers onsite and online classes in everything from accounting and art, to fitness and writing. Outside the classroom, students participate in some 43 student organizations, as well as take advantage of co-op or internship opportunities to gain experience in their field of study. As a Champions of Character institution, Madonna is a member of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics, and the Madonna Crusaders compete in eleven men's and women's sports. Proud of its Catholic heritage and Franciscan values, Madonna University welcomes students of all ages and varied religious, economic and cultural backgrounds.


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