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We 'll prepare you for a lifetime of success by providing a solid foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, coupled with professional experiences that will give you a chance to put what you've learned into practice—but don't just take our word for it!
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Ranked No. 170 out of more than 1,000 colleges and universities nationwide in an inaugural ranking published by the Wall Street Journal and Times Higher Education.
Recognized as one of the 10 most economically diverse colleges in the nation.
Recognized for giving students a great education—at an affordable price—that launches promising careers.
Recognized for public good, affordability.
Ranks us No. 59 on its list of the nation's Top 100 Best Value Colleges.
Included us in its most recent guide in recognition of innovative teaching, vibrant campus community and successful outcomes.
Recognized for our commitment to diversity, emphasis on off-campus study and innovative curriculum.
% of top business schools worldwide
most popular study abroad program
Fulbrights in three years
Ranked among top 25 percent of U.S. liberal arts colleges' economics departments for faculty research.
Funded student research by awarding us $2.25 million to study water quality and aquatic life in the Susquehanna River and its tributaries.
The National Science Foundation
Provided funding that allows students to participate in research focusing on prenatal nutrition.
We were one of only 57 colleges and universities to be recognized for student opportunities to present research at national conference.
Stanford-directed University Innovation Fellows selected four Susquehanna students to participate in its program.
Our business school's AACSB rating puts us among the top 5 percent of business schools worldwide.
We're ranked among the top schools for percentage of students who study abroad.
Recognized for "placing more students on a lifelong path of civic engagement."
The Insider’s Guide to Colleges
"Students form tight bonds with each other and cultivate close relationships with their professors."