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No Limits to Your Success at Neumann University

Neumann University  |  College Fair Guide

At Neumann University, there are no limits to your success. The University’s high-quality majors, expert faculty and professional internships give you every opportunity to succeed.

Neumann is known for its exceptional programs in Nursing, Biology and Clinical Laboratory Science. And the University just built $5 million radio and television studios for Communication and Digital Media majors. The Business, Criminal Justice, Education and Sport Management faculty bring unparalleled experience to the classroom. And that’s just a sampling of the academic expertise you’ll find at Neumann. Look at its list of majors and pick your passion.

  • Arts and Sciences

  • Arts Production & Performance

  • Biology

  • Biology/Clinical Laboratory Science

  • Communication and Digital Media

  • Criminal Justice

  • English

  • Liberal Arts

  • Mathematics

  • Political Science

  • Psychology

  • Pre-Professional Programs

  • Pre-Chiropractic

  • Pre-Engineering

  • Pre-Law (3+3 with Widener University)

  • Pre-Medicine

  • Pre-Pharmacy (2+4 with Duquesne University)

  • Pre-Physical Therapy

  • Business and Information Management

  • Accounting

  • Business Administration Finance Track Human Resources Track International Business Track

  • Computer Information Systems

  • Marketing

  • Sport Management

  • Education and Human Services

  • Early Elementary and Special Education

  • Educational Studies

  • Secondary Education (Biology/Science, English, Mathematics, or Social Studies)

  • Social Work

  • Nursing and Health Sciences

  • Athletic Training

  • Health Sciences Exercise Physiology Track Strength and Conditioning Track

  • Nursing

Your classroom experience will be challenging, but your education won’t stop there. Neumann is a recognized leader in combining classroom theory with practical experience. Your internships and field experiences will let you test your skills, discover your talents, and build a professional network. In the 2016 graduating class, 85 percent of students had internship experience.

Neumann is affordable, too. Annual tuition is $28,680 but the average merit aid award (based on your SAT scores and GPA) is $11,000. That lowers the average cost to under $18,000 a year — before federal and state aid lowers the expense even more. The Office of Financial Assistance will work with you to make Neumann University as affordable as possible.

In 2014 and 2015, Money magazine ranked Neumann among the top 15 private colleges in the country for affordability and institutional financial aid.

Neumann has 24 NCAA Division III athletic teams that compete in the Colonial States Athletic Conference and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. Softball won the conference championship in 2016, and 14 teams qualified for postseason play. At Neumann, sports are about more than a won-lost record, however. Working with the Institute for Sport, Spirituality and Character Development®, Nuemann’s teams complete community service projects, nights of reflection and leadership training.

The scenic 68-acre campus sits high on a hill in Delaware County. Every suite in Neumann’s residence halls is cable-TV ready and includes a private bathroom, air conditioning, and Wi-Fi. There are laundry rooms, computer labs, a cardio-weight room, and 24/7 security.

You are invited to take a tour, sit in on a class, and ask students why they’re happy at Neumann. Visit or call (610) 558-5616 to arrange a tour and discover why, at Neumann University, there are no limits to your success.

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