Neumann University will host an Open House for high school students and their parents on Sunday, October 24, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
The Open House will introduce prospective students to the 20 undergraduate majors at the university, and provide details about the 19 NCAA Division III athletic teams and nine performing arts groups on campus. High school students and their families will have the opportunity to talk with financial aid professionals, meet Neumann faculty and current students, and tour the 68-acre campus.
The day will begin with all students registering in the Bayada Atrium of the Mirenda Center for Sport, Spirituality and Character Development – a 72,000-square-foot athletic and recreational facility that opened in October 2009.
Neumann offers academic programs in arts and sciences, business and information management, education and human services, and nursing and health sciences. Popular majors include athletic training, business administration, criminal justice and sport management, as well as nursing and elementary education. For every field of study, the university arranges comprehensive career preparation programs such as internships and co-operative education placements.
According to Dennis Murphy, vice president for enrollment and student affairs at Neumann, “These career-oriented experiences allow students to test their job choices in a real-world setting and make solid professional connections that could lead to post-graduate employment offers.”
The undergraduate enrollment at Neumann is approximately 2,000, and 92% of Neumann undergrads receive financial aid. More than 750 students live on campus in three modern residence halls in which every room is wired for cable and internet access and has a private bathroom. Activities include a wide variety of clubs and organizations as well as many opportunities for volunteerism and community service.
To register for the Neumann University Open House, call 610-558-5616 or click here.
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