2550 Lander Road, Cleveland, OH 44124
Founded in 1871, Ursuline College is the oldest women’s college in Ohio, as well as one of the first postsecondary Catholic schools in the United States. Located in Pepper Pike, about 15 miles east of Cleveland, the school combines natural beauty and a small-town atmosphere with easy access to the resources of a large city.
Though Ursuline’s admissions don’t discriminate on the basis of religion, the school’s Catholic heritage is a fundamental part of student life. Spiritual growth is one of Ursuline College’s goals for its students, and to help meet this goal, the campus ministry holds a weekly mass and provides opportunities for community service.
Ursuline’s academics break down into three divisions: the School of Arts and Sciences, the Breen School of Nursing, and the School of Graduate and Professional Studies. The college is liberal arts based, but it does offer two BFA/BA programs in Art Studio and Art Visual Communication Design. As of 2010, Ursuline began its first doctoral program in Nursing Practice.
The Ursuline College Accelerated Program (UCAP) is designed for working adults. Students in UCAP can earn up to 27 credits per year, taking classes in the morning, afternoon, or evening. Unlike Ursuline’s other academic programs, the UCAP programs are professionally based. For more information about tuition costs and financial aid opportunities, contact Ursuline College today.
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