Unlimited possibilities

With 60+ undergraduate majors, 70+ minors, and career-advancing graduate degrees and certificate programs, this University offers big-time opportunities while sustaining a welcoming, supportive community of changemakers. Your ideas, your questioning, and your voice will always have a home here.

Big impact

The world needs inspired, well-educated, and equity-minded leaders. Nazareth equips you with the opportunities + support you need to be a courageous changemaker.

Naz prepares changemakers


study abroad options in 35+ countries



The average Naz undergrad student completes four career experiences.



Naz SPARK grant supports research, study abroad, or an internship

study abroad in Cambodia

Fully immersed

Integrated experiential learning gives you skills — and an edge.

Your life's work

science research in Peckham Hall


employed or in grad school within six months of graduation


student to faculty ratio with an average class size of 16


of incoming first-year students received financial aid this year


activities and events for students held last year alone

You'll thrive

No lecture halls here. Naz is where you’ll flourish with personal guidance + mentoring from faculty, career coaches, & other staff. Benefit from mental and physical health support and resources on campus.

The student experience

Expand your superpowers

Be part of an inclusive community, where a commitment to diversity and belonging informs teaching, student life, and community engagement.

Madison McIntee and Megan

Maddie McIntee ‘22 pursues change through her autism research, supported by a Nazareth SPARK Grant, and promotes inclusivity for people with disabilities.

Story & podcast

Karlee Robb

Karlee Robb ‘25 saw and learned about the Chicano community in San Diego, California — both the beauty and the systemic inequities that affect people — through Nazareth’s Alternative Breaks program.

Her blog post

Edmund Pettus Bridge

Students share what it was like to meet with activists, historians, and scholars on Nazareth's Civil Rights Journey.

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