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.
"SU is really home! The atmosphere in SU is that of peace and community. I always feel safe and know that I belong here. There is always that feeling of home and togetherness when I walk around campus."
“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 loved the Chemistry program! Shenandoah's faculty and staff does an amazing job providing their students with the tools they need to succeed during undergrad, and even after you graduate. The list of resources that are available to students here are unmatched. I couldn't have chosen a better school to prepare me for what lies ahead!"
“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."
"My favorite thing about the education program is how much field work we get to do! Every education course has a field placement component, which can range from observing to teaching lessons or conducting research projects. I've had many opportunities to apply what I learn to real students in real schools, all while making great connections with local teachers and administrators. Because of these practicum placements, I have made amazing colleagues and even lined up a job offer!”
Bryan Pearce-Gonzales writes about masculine relationships and what it signifies to be a Mexican male
Professor of Hispanic Studies Bryan Pearce-Gonzales, Ph.D., recently published his first book, “Societal Constructions of Masculinity in Chicanx and Mexican Literature: From Machismo to Feminist Masculinity.”
The book is an ethnographic approach to ... Continue Reading Professor’s Book Examines Masculinity in…
Alistair Bingham is Shenandoah’s First Virtual Reality Design Program Graduate
Alistair Bingham was 12 years old and playing World of Warcraft one day when he thought to himself, "Wait a second. If there are video games, then there are people making these video games. And they’re getting paid to make them. That's what I want to ... Continue Reading First VR Graduate Ready to…
A Passion for Fashion Turned Into the Talent Booker to Know
Do your best.”
Make good connections.”
All of these phrases can be heard in a career panel for college students or read in a “how to land a job” article, but have you ever wondered what happens if you actually follow through ... Continue Reading Maxwell Losgar and His Hustle…