We’re hosting an Open House on Sunday, March 22, from
11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and you’re invited. Visit us and see why Neumann is a place where you’ll find a uniquely personal college experience
that prepares you for the future.
You’ll learn about all of our undergraduate majors, and get details about internship opportunities and our 21 NCAA Division III athletic teams. You’ll have the chance to talk with financial aid professionals, meet our faculty and current students, and tour the 68-acre campus.
“We offer a uniquely personal experience for students,” explains Dr. Dianna C. Dale, vice president for student affairs, “in a campus culture that emphasizes respect for individuals, career preparation, and social responsibility.” A student-faculty ratio of 14:1 allows professors to provide the personal attention for which we are famous.
We offer academic programs in arts and sciences, business and information management, education and human services, and nursing and health sciences. Popular majors include nursing and elementary education as well as athletic training, business administration, criminal justice, psychology, and sport and entertainment management.
For every field of study, we arrange comprehensive career preparation programs such as internships, clinical experiences, and student teaching placements. Study abroad and service-learning programs give you even more opportunities for blending theory with practice.
“These career-oriented experiences allow students to test their job choices in a real-world setting and make solid professional connections that could lead to post-graduate employment offers,” says Dale.
Our undergraduate enrollment is approximately 2,500. More than 800 students live on campus in modern residence halls in which every room is wired for cable and internet access. You’ll have plenty of clubs and organizations to join as well as tons of opportunities for volunteerism and community service.
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