With numerous awards and recognitions to its credit, Rockhurst University, a Jesuit school in Kansas City, Missouri, offers an intellectual and service-oriented learning environment.
Whether you attend the evening degree program, get your bachelor’s in English, Pre-Medicine, Speech Language Pathology or Theology or earn a graduate degree in Education or Occupational Therapy you are certain to be challenged by Rockhurst’s academics. This is in great part due to the caliber of faculty members at Rockhurst, many of whom have, like the school itself, received honors and awards in their particular field.
Service is also an important part of a Rockhurst education. Students engage in numerous community service activities and, upon graduation, even receive a second transcript, which outlines such activities.
Other student life opportunities include more than 40 on-campus cultural, recreational and academic organizations and clubs.
Admission requirements for freshman applicants include submission of an application, SAT or ACT scores, transcripts and a recommendation letter.
Transfer, evening, non-degree and graduate students each have different admissions requirements.
Financial aid is awarded through grants, loans and other sources to students who meet certain requirements.
Quick Facts about Rockhurst University
Large City Setting
Medium (2,000 to 5,000 Undergrad)
On-Campus Housing Available
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