Founded in 1965, Neumann is a private, Catholic university in the Franciscan tradition, which emphasizes: respect for individuals concern for the environment social responsibility The University offers undergraduate degrees in a broad variety of subjects, three doctoral programs, six master's degree programs, and an accelerated bachelor's degree program for adults. Neumann now fields 24 NCAA athletic teams, is home to eight arts groups, and has three residence halls that accommodate more than 750 students. The student-faculty ratio of 14:1 allows professors to provide the personal attention for which Neumann is famous.
Neumann University educates a diverse community of learners based upon the belief that knowledge is a gift to be shared in the service of others and that learning is a lifelong process.
Neumann University offers a uniquely personal experience for students in a campus culture that emphasizes respect for individuals, concern for the environment and social responsibility.
Located just 30 minutes outside Philadelphia, PA, Neumann is committed to first-rate academic instruction and real-world career preparation. This promise reflects Neumann's core philosophy - that knowledge is a gift to be shared in the service of others and that learning is a lifelong process.
The University offers degrees in a broad range of subjects (arts and sciences, business, education and nursing). A student-faculty ratio of 14:1 allows professors to provide personal attention to each student. Internships or clinical experiences in every field are available to Neumann's 2,060 full-time undergraduates.
More than 750 students live in residence halls that are air conditioned and provide wireless Internet access. Each suite has its own bathroom accommodations. Neumann is committed to making private higher education affordable. More than 92% of our students receive financial assistance.
Athletics are a central part of the Neumann experience. The Knights field 21 intercollegiate teams that compete in NCAA Division III as members of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) and the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference.