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We bring the issues of today into focus — and generate innovative ideas that solve the challenges of tomorrow.

No. 1

among Catholic universities for engineering R&D

Most Loved

College according to The Princeton Review

Top 50

"Colleges That Create Futures"

No. 1

in the nation for materials R&D

Top 50

entrepreneurship program in the nation

Best Value

according to The Princeton Review

  • A Caring Community
  • Hands-On Learning
  • Innovative Research
  • This One's For You, Momma

    Senior year of college can be a challenge, but few face a year like Mara Shaneyfelt encountered. With determination and the support of her professors, she persevered and gave her mom one last gift.

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    Igniting Innovation

    An engineering capstone project was dubbed "a nearly impossible task" given the shortened on-campus semester and various project requirements. But that didn't stop Joe Vicario from developing an innovative design solution – and overcoming obstacles along the way.

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    Creating a Brighter Tomorrow

    Whether we're creating sustainable jet fuel or conducting research that supports NASA's Perseverance rover, we develop solutions that have a positive impact on society. For example, geneticist Madhuri Kango-Singh is working to understand the genetic pathways for diseases like cancer, which will help improve diagnostic tools and treatments. Her work is part of a $1.65 million grant from the National Institutes of Health.

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    To increase affordability and improve student success, we eliminated fees — and provide families with a transparent, four-year tuition plan.


    We have a spark that ignites our pursuit of knowledge. Across our more than 80 undergraduate and 50 master's and doctoral programs, you'll be encouraged to engage the world.

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