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Catholic Profile

At Felician College, “Students First” is more than a motto—it is how we live our mission, chart our academic course, and measure our success.

Personal attention is our hallmark and something you will experience every day—in the classroom, meeting with your advisor, or talking with professors after class. A coeducational Catholic college in the Franciscan tradition, Felician serves more than 2,000 students on two Bergen County campuses in Lodi and Rutherford, New Jersey. Felician is committed to putting students first.

Academic advantage
We provide quality academic programs in a supportive environment that empowers students to succeed and reach their highest potential. Faculty will engage you in face-to-face conversations about who you are, how you learn, and what you are called to be. Our career center will assist you with internship opportunities and help you prepare for a successful career after college.

Affordability and scholarships
Felician College has a commitment to making education affordable—that’s why we are one of the most affordable private colleges in New Jersey. Scholarships are designed to reward students for academic achievement and help you pay for college. They are automatically awarded to students based on academic criteria.

Athletics, student life, and housing
Felician College offers a co-ed, residential environment with 1,300 undergraduate students located on two campuses just a 10-minute shuttle ride apart in Lodi and Rutherford. The College has lots to offer outside of the classroom, including men’s and women’s NCAA Division II athletic programs, intramural sports, student clubs and organizations, trips, social activities, and an active residence life. Located 12 miles from New York City, Felician students take advantage of all the culture, art, music, sports, shopping, and dining in NYC. There are excellent internship opportunities available in the “Big Apple,” including our unique NGO fellowship program at the United Nations.

Visiting campus
Visiting campus is one of the best ways to see for yourself if Felician College is right for you. Felician offers tours throughout the year on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 10:00 a.m. and on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. Call for summer hours.




Why Choose Felician?
• Academic excellence
• More than 55 academic programs
• Small class size—personal attention
• Internship opportunities
• NCAA Division II athletics
• Generous scholarship opportunities
• One of the most affordable private schools in New Jersey


• Allied Health
- Medical Sonography
- Nuclear Medicine Technology
- Respiratory Care
- Vascular Technology
• Art
- Fine Art, Graphic Design, Photography & New Media
• Biology
- Pre-audiology program*
- Pre-chiropractic program*
- Pre-medical track
- Pre-occupational Therapy program*
- Pre-optometry program*
- Pre-physical Therapy program*
- Pre-physician Assistant program*
- Pre-podiatry program*
• Clinical Laboratory Sciences*
- Cytotechnology
- Medical Laboratory Science
• Communications
- Digital Video Production
- Journalism
• Computer Information Systems
- Information Assurance and Computer Security
- Pre-health Information Management*
• Criminal Justice
• English
• History
• Humanities
- Global Peace and Justice Studies
- Liberal Studies
• Mathematics
• Music
• Natural Science & Mathematics
- General Science
• Philosophy
- Pre-law track
• Psychology
- Pre-psychiatric Rehabilitation & Psychology*
• Religious Studies
• Social Sciences
- International Education & Foreign Language
- Political Science
• Sociology

* Joint/Articulated programs—contact us for details

• Accounting
• Business Administration
• Healthcare Administration
• International Business
• Management
• Marketing
• 5-Year B.S./M.B.A.

• Elementary Education (K–5)
• Elementary Education (K–5) with P–3 Endorsement
• Elementary Education with Subject Specialization (5–8)
• Secondary Education (K–12)
- Art
- English
- History
- Math
- Music
- Science
• Elementary K–5 and Teacher of Students with Disabilities (K–12) Endorsement

• Nursing (B.S.N.)