Our diverse student body consists of approximately 1,700 undergraduates and 2,600 total students.
An 18:1 student-faculty ratio assures personal attention with more than 100 full-time professors, 79% of whom hold doctoral or terminal degrees.
Our 23-building campus features 10 residence halls and an athletics center that houses a pool, a fully equipped weight room, and courts for basketball, volleyball, and racquetball. An outdoor athletics complex features a multipurpose, artificially surfaced field and all-weather track. Recent building projects include the DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness, a state-of-the-art Science Center, the completion of the School of Business building, and a 10,000-sq. ft. addition to Sullivan Hall, which will provide Health Science majors with a new space to practice real-world health care scenarios.
Students can become involved in more than 75 clubs and organizations and attend activities year-round, such as film series, lectures, concerts, and theater productions.
Our intercollegiate athletics program features 21 NCAA Division I sports for men (eight) and women (13) as well as a popular intramural program and club baseball.
Averaging just 18 students, all classes are taught by faculty members.