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Your Value to the World

Scranton is a great value, and we’ll also provide you with the tools to be a person who is of value to society.

Value

Service and Social Justice

You will be a man or woman for and with others.

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Ethics and Integrity

You will be liberally educated in the Ignatian tradition.

Our Core Curriculum exposes students to

  • Natural Sciences
  • Social/Behavioral Sciences
  • Humanities
  • Philosophy & Theology

developing well-rounded individuals with critical thinking skills that help them reason and reflect well beyond the classroom.

The Jesuit Way

"As parents of a Class of 2016 senior, it is the Jesuit spirit and the Jesuit principles that permeate The University of Scranton that we have come to value most.”

– Mark and Maura Kilner, parents of Christopher Kilner

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Leadership

We will nurture your ability to lead

with programs offered by the division of Student Formation & Campus Life, including

  • The Ignite Leadership Conference
  • National Jesuit Student Leadership Conference

Retreats

Together with your peers, you'll commune with nature and explore and express your faith.

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A Global Perspective

You will be a student of the world.

Carrying on a tradition that spans more than three decades, Scranton students from nearly every undergraduate degree program have studied abroad. Learn more

Alumni Network

You will join a large, tight-knit community.

There are more than 49,000 alumni worldwide. Reuniting and reconnecting with your alma mater and your fellow Scranton alumni couldn’t be easier. Visit the Alumni website at scranton.edu/alumni.

"The real measure of our Jesuit universities lies in who our students become."

Peter-Hans Kolvenbach, S.J., 2000, then Superior General of the Jesuit order