Schools/College & University
The University today serves approximately 2,300 students. The student body includes persons of diverse ages and nationalities, representing 40 states, the District of Columbia, and 77 foreign countries. Approximately 40% of our students come from out of state. Almost $24 million of institutional scholarships and grants were awarded to our students last year.
Since 1964, the University has graduated more than 12,000 students. Alumni have excelled in many ways; they have earned graduate degrees, advanced professionally, started their own businesses, and become leaders in their chosen fields and communities.
Today the University offers bachelor’s degrees in over 80 fields of study (majors and concentrations) including communications, justice studies, business administration, education, and social work. New majors, minors, and concentrations recently added include engineering, entrepreneurship, forensic science, graphic design, and applied communication. The University offers four active graduate degree programs: the Master of Medical Science in physician assistant studies; the Master of Education in literacy, special education, physical education, or coaching and athletic administration; the Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT); and the Doctor of Occupational Therapy (OTD) program.