December 18, 2018
Our solar array, college rankings, sports championships and a newly named athletic stadium. It’s been quite a year at Susquehanna University. Here are 10 of our favorite stories from this past year.
We were ranked among the best in the nation for undergraduate participation in study abroad, according to the Open Doors 2018 annual report on student mobility by the Institute for International Education.
We Are the Champions!
Two of our sports teams finished the Fall 2018 season as Landmark Conference champions, and the football team won its bowl game!
- Defense stepped up to help football defeat Stevenson University in Centennial-MAC Bowl Game on Nov. 17.
- Women’s soccer won the championship against the University of Scranton on penalty kicks on Nov. 3.
- Field hockey blanked the University of Scranton to win the conference championship game on Nov. 3.
We announced a $10 million gift commitment from Lucille Arthur, widow of World War II veteran Douglas Arthur ’49. In recognition of the gift, we named our athletic stadium the Doug Arthur Stadium.
We were named one of the nation’s most environmentally responsible colleges by The Princeton Review.
We officially “flipped the switch” on the largest university-sponsored solar array in Pennsylvania.
Government and politics publication Washington Monthly ranks us among the nation’s top 40 liberal arts colleges.
Our students interned across the country and around the globe. See what they were up to last summer!
From New York City to Los Angeles, Susquehanna University’s 2018 graduates are going places.