At Neumann University there are no limits to your success. 


student-faculty ratio

average class size

residence halls with suite-style living

of students receive financial aid.

NCAA Division III sports teams

of our Nursing graduates passed the state licensure exam on their first try in 2015–2016.

Top 25
In 2014–2015, Money magazine ranked us as one of the 25 Most Affordable Private Colleges in the country.



Arts & Sciences
• Arts Production & Performance
• Biology
• Biology/Clinical Laboratory Science
• Communication & Digital Media
• Criminal Justice
• Criminal Justice/MS in Accounting (4+1)
• English
• Liberal Arts
• Mathematics
• Political Science
• Psychology

Business & Information Management
• Accounting
• Accounting/MS in Accounting (4+1)
• Business Administration
- Finance
- Human Resources
- International Business

• Computer Information Systems
• Marketing 
• Sport Management
• Sport Management/MS in Sport Business (4+1)

Education & Human Services
• Education
- Early Elementary/Special Education Certification
- Educational Studies
- Secondary Education Teacher Certification (English, Math, Biology/General Science, Social Studies)

• Social Work

Nursing & Health Sciences
• Health Sciences
- Exercise Physiology
- Pre-athletic Training (expected by fall 2018)
- Strength & Conditioning

• Nursing

Pre-professional Programs
• Pre-chiropractic
• Pre-engineering (with Drexel University)
• Pre-law (3+3 with Widener University)
• Pre-medicine
• Pre-pharmacy (2+4 with Duquesne University)
• Pre-physical Therapy
• Pre-podiatry

At Neumann University, there are no limits to your success. Why? Because our high-quality majors, expert faculty, and professional internships give you every opportunity to succeed. In addition, our financial aid professionals will help you make college as affordable as possible. By graduation you’ll be ready for what’s next.

You’ll always be encouraged to use your talents at Neumann. We want the ambitious, adventurous, and creative you. That’s why we want you to get involved outside the classroom too, whether it’s by playing lacrosse, starting your own radio show, or volunteering at a local soup kitchen. We want you to bring to campus what no one else can—you.

Classes and internships are certainly the most important college experiences, but we also provide plenty of opportunities for you to support causes about which you are passionate. Our Catholic Franciscan tradition has created a campus culture that emphasizes respect for individuals, concern for the environment, and a commitment to social justice. Our core philosophy is that knowledge is a gift to be shared in the service of others.

Campus life is active and welcoming, offering opportunities to form lifelong friendships here. We have more than 30 student clubs and a very successful athletic program. Twenty-four intercollegiate teams compete in NCAA Division III as members of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference.

Located in Aston, Pennsylvania, our campus is also very close to the cultural and athletic opportunities of Philadelphia, just a half-hour drive away.

There’s a growing honors program, study abroad opportunities in seven countries, and chances for undergraduate research guided by an expert faculty member. Our student-faculty ratio of 15:1 allows professors to provide the personal attention for which we are famous.