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Expanding Black Alumni Network
Black Alumni Network President Rippert “Rip” Roberts III ’08, ’09 (BBA/MBA), has been adept at creating connections since his days as a Shenandoah student. As an undergraduate, Roberts, who was also a football player, served as president of the Black Student Union. As a graduate assistant, Roberts helped create a grant-funded program for first-generation college males.
Division of Applied Technology
This division’s programs navigate and design spaces in the digital sphere and craft computing-based solutions to solve problems.
Hornet Baseball & Softball teams start playing at their newly upgraded permanent complex in Winchester’s Jim Barnett Park. Improvements include a FieldTurf artificial turf infill system, new dugouts, and fencing.
The Pre-Health Program is designed to help guide students develop as competitive applicants to graduate schools that match their desired profession and their academic and pre-professional profile.
The Pre-Health Program provides students with opportunities in three different areas: Curriculum & Coursework, Pre-Health Advising, and Pathways to the Graduate Health Professions.
The Future Of Shenandoah
Shenandoah is constantly evolving! We are working towards our Strategic Plan goals for 2025. See what projects we have already completed, track our progress on current projects, and see what we have planned for the future as we move towards the Shenandoah University of tomorrow!