Shenandoah University History
Shenandoah University is a private university situated in Winchester, Virginia. It was established in the year 1875 in Dayton, Virginia by Dr. Abraham Funkhouser and Professor Jay Fries. This university is one of five United Methodist Church-affiliated universities of higher education in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
Shenandoah University Programs, Courses, and Schools
Shenandoah University offers more than 90 programs of the study at the bachelor’s, master’s, and doctorate degree levels. It also provides undergraduate and graduates certificate programs for the students. The University has 7 Schools in a different department. It also has more than 700 academic staff including 2,099 undergraduate students and 1,500 postgraduate students.
Shenandoah University Campuses
Shenandoah University has 6 campuses. The main campus is located in Winchester. The second campus Medical campus is located near the Winchester medical center. The third campus is Northern Virginia campus is in Ashburn, Va it has two located which is Northern Virginia campus Ashmill Building, which located along Route 7 where all the undergraduate programs and graduate programs are held. The fourth campus is Northern Virginia campus is at George Washington University where all the doctorate programs are held. The fifth campus is Shenandoah River campus which is located in Cool Spring Battlefield. The sixth campus is Inova Center for Personalized Health, which is located at Fairfax.
Shenandoah University Achievements
Shenandoah University, presented one of its top honors, the “Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award”, to seniors Duasiané Benjamin ’18 and Karen Cornejo-Guillen ’18 at the College of Arts & Sciences for demonstrating a commitment to serving others. Professor Dan Shores who is the music production & recording technology has mixed and mastered “Songs of Orpheus”, was featured by Karim Sulayman & Apollo’s Fire was the winner of “Best Classical Solo Vocal Album” at his month’s Grammy Awards. He was also nominated in the Best Immersive Audio Album category for his work on the album “Seven Words from the Cross” by the vocal ensemble Skylark.
Shenandoah University USP
Shenandoah University was ranked #263 by National Universities Rankings for “Best Colleges in Nation”. It also ranked #440th by World University Rankings in the year 2019. The University has always been emphasis to its motto of “Curiosity Required”.
Shenandoah University Notable Alumni
Bernard J. Dunn (Scientist), Kate Flannery (American actress), Carl Tanner (American operatic tenor), Tiffany Lawrence (Member of the West Virginia House of Delegates), Mac Wiseman (American singer).
Shenandoah University Programs
Average Academic Score
Undergraduate: USD 31,890
Fees may vary for each program. Please visit program page for specific fees.
Bachelors: Fall: January 15, Spring: October 1
Masters: Fall: February 15, Spring: April 15
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.
Shenandoah University Rankings
RegionalUnited States of America
1460 University Dr,United States of America