We work with students in all aspects of the career development process, from choosing a major to career changes. Career development is a lifelong process influenced by all aspects of life, with the end result being high quality of life and personal satisfaction.
The Shenandoah University community is full of people who genuinely care about you and want you to do well-- they want you to go out and use your talents and contribute to the world in whatever way that you can. I am currently a Public Health major and a Biology minor. Next fall I will declare Film Studies as my second minor. I love that I have been able to study all of the things that interest me.
I chose Shenandoah because I needed a place to express myself musically. I have grown as an individual and a musician and built connections with people in a way I never thought possible. Shenandoah is more than just a place I attend classes: it's my new home.
Shenandoah was the most proactive about helping me with my disability, and it opens doors for me daily that I have the choice to step through. I chose Shenandoah because it had challenge, adventure and promise waiting for me. The charm and hospitality here reeled me in faster than I could say "Yes."
When I first saw the brochures for Shenandoah, I instantly recognized a certain unique quality about the campus. The university is very inviting, and the people here are welcoming and helpful - more like a family than just a school. I wanted to be a part of such an amazing experience.
I chose Shenandoah because it's a great campus and close to my home town. Playing football is a bonus! During my time here, I have learned a lot about myself and feel I've matured in a great way - I think the lifetime friends I've made and my team mates have really helped me.
Shenandoah's 32nd Annual Children's Literature Conference Explores The Enduring Power of Tales Well-Told
Children’s book author and the nation’s first Ambassador for Young People’s Literature Jon Scieszka kicked off Shenandoah University’s 32nd Annual Children’s Literature Conference on June 26, calling it the “best and smartest children’s literature ... Continue Reading A Shenandoah Story to Remember
Six of the seven remaining members of Shenandoah’s 1967 graduating class of nurses gathered for a toast in early June in the Halpin Rotunda of the Health & Life Sciences Building (HLSB), a structure which wasn’t even yet a dream for Shenandoah 50 ... Continue Reading Nursing Class of ’67 Gathers…