Shenandoah University has received national recognition as a college of distinction for its individualized and engaging education and its student success and satisfaction.
Shenandoah earned recognition for its many student-centered programs, including first-year seminars; programs in service-learning and diversity and global learning; interdisciplinary programs; collaborative assignments and projects; capstone projects; and study abroad programs and internships.
“I chose Shenandoah because of the opportunities and the people that are here. I believe these are big factors in this university's brand, and I wanted to be part of that brand. Through my program, I’ve taken many memorable trips. I’ve gone to Tulsa, St. Louis, and Miami to work hands-on with sporting events.”
“I absolutely love being a nursing student at Shenandoah. I would describe the Shenandoah atmosphere as a very open and welcoming environment where students are encouraged to think beyond what they can imagine. The professors at Shenandoah care about you and want to help you achieve success. ”
“I chose to attend Shenandoah University because it was important for me to move away from home and establish myself as a young adult. Winchester was the perfect place for a fresh start and once I arrived here, I knew this was the place for me – from the beauty of the campus to the warmth of the professors!”
“What stuck out to me about my major was its diversity. It doesn't stay in one genre or one brand of music technology, rather it takes all disciplines and career lines into consideration. It's a great feeling that I'm not signing my life away to one path of music, and have the diversity to consider and explore any option I please."
“I chose Shenandoah University because of its welcoming atmosphere and the ability to make valuable connections with professors. SU is a close knit community in which everyone is accepted and welcomed. There are so many valuable resources on campus that provide guidance for anything you may need throughout your undergrad experience!”
Competitive Summer Internship Brings DPT/MSAT Student Janese Malone ’22 One Step Closer To Her Future Goal
This summer, Shenandoah University Doctor of Physical Therapy/Master of Science in Athletic Training student Janese Malone ’22 interned with the NFL’s Kansas City Chiefs, getting an up-close look at the kind of work she intends to do as a physical ... Continue Reading Shenandoah Graduate Student Completes Summer…