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In the words of St. Angela Merici...

Who was St. Angela Merici, you ask? One of the most courageous and progressive women of her time, St. Angela Merici was the founder of the Ursuline sisters and an advocate for women's education and social justice. Students at Ursuline College live her mission on daily basis - through the education they receive, the activities in which they participate, and the environment in which they become leaders, activists, and trailblazers.


Ursuline College offers a challenging and holistic education that prepares students to be nurses, educators, social workers and more. With more than 30 undergraduate and 10 graduate programs, faculty and coursework encourages students to use their careers to give back, making a difference in their field and community.

Service & Social Justice
Students at Ursuline College embody St. Angela Merici’s mission through service and social justice. Whether students are traveling to Malawi to teach sewing skills, or lending a hand at local organizations during the College’s annual Volunteer Day, they are continually inspired to be active and positive members of society.

Ursuline is a women-focused environment. Classes are taught in the ways that women learn best – via collaboration, small group dialogue and hands-on-learning. Students discover a sisterhood of support among classmates, professors and alumnae, empowering individuals to be poised in their talents and ideas.

Career & Student Activities
The College’s core curriculum systematically builds skills employers seek: the ability to write well, speak well, and listen; to think critically and creatively; and solve problems. As a result of this foundation, coupled with an array of campus leadership opportunities, Ursuline graduates are 3 times more likely than the national average to have a job at the time of graduation.

Home of the Ursuline Arrows, the College has 11 NCAA Division II teams. Student athletes persevere at practice, during games and in class with support from a network of teammates, coaches and professors. In June of 2015, Ursuline College will open doors to an all-new athletic center. 

Students prepare for their future on Ursuline’s beautiful, spacious campus in Pepper Pike, Ohio. The College's campus features 12 buildings, including a new dining center opened in 2012 and two additional buildings expected to open in 2015. Located just outside of Cleveland, students also have access to Ohio’s cultural hub.

Ursuline College ranks second among private colleges in Ohio for Annual Return on Investment. With numerous academic scholarships available, the College is an affordable opportunity for students who find their fit at Ursuline.

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