Virginia’s only top-tier private university is doing the happy dance!
Shenandoah University has joined UVA, VCU, Virginia Tech, William & Mary and George Mason in the top tier of national universities in U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Colleges rankings. SU is one of only six Virginia institutions—and the only private one in Virginia—included in the top tier.
Introducing Virginia’s only top-tier private national university!
Shenandoah University is now among Virginia’s top-ranked national universities according to U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Colleges edition.
What makes us one of America’s top national universities?
Our global outlook. Our students come from 46 states and 67 countries. And we send them out into the world—on fully funded immersive learning experiences around the globe.
Leading-edge health professions programs. SU launched one of the first master’s-level Physician Assistant programs in the U.S. Our PA, pharmacy, nursing, physical therapy, and occupational therapy programs are among the top in the nation. And our new partnership with Inova will power the future of health education in the region.
The breadth, depth, and strength of our academic programs. From our renowned Conservatory to business to liberal arts, across 59 undergraduate and 61 graduate programs.
And we’re not about to slow down now. Keep up with us.
Shenandoah Educates Students At Many Locations Across The Northern Shenandoah Valley And Throughout Northern Virginia.
We offer a vibrant, residential experience in Winchester, commuter locations in Fairfax and Loudoun counties, and online courses for working professionals.
100+ Programs of Study
Shenandoah students can combine undergraduate and graduate programs, certificates, concentrations, and minors to create degrees that match their passions.
A rising leader in healthcare, the performing arts, and entrepreneurship…
First-Time Pass Rates for Professional Exams in 2016
Median Salary of 2016 Graduates
Of 2016 Graduates Are Employed or Furthering Their Education
Of 2016 Graduates Work in an Occupation Related to their Program of Study