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Located in Scranton Pennsylvania, University of Scranton is a private co-educational Jesuit University that was established in 1888. The school regularly has about 30 Jesuits who reside on campus. The university is comprised of four colleges: The College of Arts and Sciences, The Kenia School of Management, The Panuska College of Professional Studies and The College of Graduate and Continuing Education.
With an endowment of $106 million, the University of Scranton boasts over 5,100 students in both its undergraduate and post graduate programs.
With its diverse curriculum and student body, the University of Scranton is very appealing for both undergraduate and post graduate students looking to further their education. A total of 57 majors are offered including nursing, health administration, MBA, education and software engineering as well as theology and physical therapy.
Online Masters level programs are also offered including one in Education and another in Business Administration. While the school does have online courses, the main focus of the university on a hold is campus related but there are online courses that supplement certain on-campus degrees.
A wide range of both private and public financial aid options are available to students who qualify. Undergraduate students can file for a FAFSA to determine their eligibility government aid and those who PLUS loans are available to both students and parents though Parent PLUS Loans are based on credit history. Private loans are also available and these are based on credit history as well.
The University of Scranton is regionally accredited by the MSA, The Commission on Higher Education of the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools.