About our Academics and Student Life

  • 60% female/40% male
  • $20 million in financial aid available
  • 97% of our incoming freshmen receive financial aid
  • Approximately 1,700 undergraduate students and 300 graduate students
  • 67% of our students live on campus
  • 15:1 student/faculty ratio
  • 100% of our students will have real-world, hands-on experience
  • 70+ clubs and organizations
  • 22 Division III athletic teams, plus cheerleading, intramural and sports clubs

About our Campus

  • Located in picturesque Doylestown, Pennsylvania
  • More than 1,000 acres of University-owned land in Bucks and Montgomery Counties serve as living laboratories for our students.
  • Septa's Regional Rail service stops on campus, giving students access to Philadelphia, New York City, Baltimore and Washington, D.C.


  • Top 25 Best Northern Comprehensive Colleges: U.S. News & World Report, 2006-15
  • Best College in the Northeast: Princeton Review, 2011-15
  • Named to "30 Great Small Colleges for a Counseling Degree," in March 2015 by Best Psychology Degrees
  • Named to "Best Online MBA Programs" by GoGrad.org, 2015
  • Selected as the number one school on "25 Great Small Colleges for Animal Lovers," by Great Value Colleges, 2015. Awarded the number one spot because of the pet-friendly housing option and animal-related majors that the University offers.
  • Top College for Return on Investment: Affordable Colleges Online, 2014
  • Named to "10 Colleges with the Highest Rate of Student Internships," U.S. News, 2013
  • Recognized for teacher education in "Top Colleges in Pennsylvania Shaping the Next Generation," by The Online College Database, 2012
  • Named a "STEM Jobs Approved" school by STEM Jobs Magazine for excellence in STEM education. Schools are selected based on how effectively they align academic programs with high demand, high-paying STEM jobs, and how well they assist students in achieving career aspirations in STEM fields.