Villanova University History
Villanova University, is a private university situated in Pennsylvania, United State. It was established in the year 1842 by the Order of Saint Augustine. It is the one of the oldest university in United States.
Villanova University Programs, Courses and Schools
Villanova University, offers 14 bachelor’s programs, 24 master’s programs, doctoral programs and law programs. It also offers 42 certification courses. The University has 6 Schools and Colleges. The University has more than 545 academic staff including 6,500 undergraduate students and 3,500 postgraduate programs.
Villanova University Campuses
Villanova University, has three campuses. The main campus mostly contains educational buildings. The second campus is West campus contains Law Schools, indoor swimming pool, and some administrative building are there. The third campus is South campus it contains six freshman residence halls, basket court, volleyball court.
Villanova University Achievements
Villanova University, Professor Dr. Mary T. Kelly (Economics & Statistics Dept) was awarded for “Excellence in Teaching” in 2008. Dr. Brown & Dr. Toppino presented Ward Award to Eric Hughes.
Villanova University USP
Villanova University, ranked 129th by US Rankings in 2019-2020. It also ranked #46 by National University Rankings for “Best Universities in United State” in 2019-2020. The University was ranked 46. By U.S News & World Report in 2019-2020. It ranked #3 Best Economic Value and #31 Nationwide, Best Values in Private Colleges, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance.
Villanova University Notable Alumni
Ed Rendell (Former Governor of Pennsylvania), Maria Bello (American actress), Howie Long (American football defensive end), Midge Rendell (Judge), Jim Croce (American singer-songwriter).
Villanova University Programs
Villanova University Application Requirements
Villanova University Deadlines
Bachelors: January 15
Masters: January 15
Deadlines may vary for each program. Please visit the program page for specific deadlines.