For more than 12 years, Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio has consistently been ranked as one of the top ten master’s universities in the country.
A Jesuit school, Xavier University’s rigorous academics encompass more than 80 undergraduate majors as well as a number of graduate degrees. Students at Xavier may pursue such fields as Education, Environmental Science, Modern Languages, Occupational Therapy, Social Work and Theology.
Xavier also provides adult and continuing education options for those in the community who would like to learn a new skill or simply return to school.
Since Xavier is a Catholic school, the Catholic tenets of service and faith play a big part in the campus life. Students may participate in campus ministries, a faith and service organization that allows them to offer compassionate service to those in need, and community outreach programs. Other student life activities include a student radio station as well as other student media and recreational sports activities.
Admission to Xavier is quite competitive, with students expected to have a strong record of academic performance, high SAT or ACT scores, a letter of recommendation and extracurricular experiences.
Financial aid is awarded to many Xavier students through scholarships, grants and other sources.
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