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YOU’LL BE READY FOR ANYTHING
Our graduates leave Susquehanna prepared for everything life brings them.
Our six-year graduation rate of 72 percent is much stronger than the national average of 54 percent.
Ninety-six percent of the most recent graduating class was employed or attending graduate or professional school within months of graduation.
As Susquehanna University closes its 164th academic year, seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives.
Forbes business magazine named Susquehanna one of the top universities in Pennsylvania in its latest college ranking.
Susquehanna is listed again in the Wall Street Journal/Times Higher Education (WSJ/THE) 2022 ranking of the nation’s top colleges and universities, marking the university’s sixth consecutive appearance on the prestigious ranking.
Susquehanna has been named a recipient of the Campus Prevention Network Seal of Prevention, which is awarded to institutions of higher education that have demonstrated leadership in digital prevention programming focused on student safety, well-being and inclusion.
Doing undergraduate research with faculty mentors led the way for Sam Silknetter ’14 to get experience presenting at academic conferences.
After their time at Susquehanna was abruptly cut short by the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, approximately 300 members of the Class of 2020 will return to campus May 22 to finally celebrate their long-awaited Commencement ceremony.
Susquehanna University welcomed the Class of 2020 in their triumphant return to campus for their long-awaited Commencement ceremony, following the abrupt termination of their senior year experience due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Susquehanna’s Alumni Association honored two graduates in the Class of 2021 with its Outstanding Seniors Award: Samuel Emmanuel and Tessa Rendina.
Susquehanna announced faculty awards for teaching, research and advising at its 163rd Commencement.
As Susquehanna University prepares to close its 163rd academic year, seniors are preparing for the next chapter of their lives. Find out where are few of Susquehanna’s River Hawks are preparing to land
Eric Braker ’21, along with his brother, produced a short film about the Chesapeake Bay that was named the official selection of the 2021 Fly Fishing Film Tour and selected to appear at the Annapolis Film Festival.
Luke Duceman ’18 has received his second Fulbright U.S. Student Program award for an English Teaching Assistantship (ETA) in Costa Rica after his first was cut short by the Covid-19 pandemic.