Nazareth's board of trustees voted to approve transitioning the College name to Nazareth University. Read more »


Nazareth is an inclusive community of inspired learners, educators, and changemakers who for nearly 100 years have been driven by a bold commitment to action, empathy, equity, and leading innovation for the common good.

Impact experiences are at the heart of a Nazareth education, preparing each student to discover within themselves the potential to cultivate positive change in their life's work, in any career field, and in a world that is constantly evolving and infinitely interconnected.

Our broad academic offerings present a range of study options typical of big universities, yet achieved in our supportive campus culture. Nearly 2,100 undergrad and 600 graduate students enroll in degree and certificate programs and engage in collaborative, transformative learning experiences, preparing for the professions and society of today and tomorrow.

In a learning community that purposefully integrates liberal arts and professional programs, Nazareth graduates launch lifetimes of changemaking leadership in communities and workplaces near and far.


Facts & Recognition

The Princeton Review names Nazareth as one of the nation’s best institutions for undergraduate education. More stats, facts, and recognition »


Our Location

Our 150-acre, wooded campus is minutes from Rochester and arts, music, shopping, nature, and business opportunities. More about Nazareth's location »


Mission & Vision

Nazareth’s pursuit of excellence in everything we do is guided by our mission and vision »


President's Office

Innovation and strategic growth starts at the top. Meet Nazareth’s tenth president, Beth Paul »


Student Outcomes

Nazareth prepares students well for careers and/or continued study through rigorous academic programs, global and cross-cultural experiences, and hands-on career experience. Learn about student outcomes »

 

Land acknowledgement

Nazareth reverentially affirms that the lands on which we live and work are the original homelands of the Haudenosaunee and we honor the sovereignty of the Six Nations – the Mohawk, Cayuga, Onondaga, Oneida, Seneca, and Tuscarora. We strive to honor as well as respect the diverse Indigenous peoples connected to these lands with gratitude for the land itself and the peoples who have stewarded it throughout the generations.

Our Campus

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