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Lead On.


THERE’S LEADING. Then there’s the art of

MARYWOOD LEADING.

Believe. It begins with a community that stands behind and beside you.

Prepare. It builds with academic excellence in programs that stretch your mind.

Connect. It expands with intellectual, personal, and professional bonds that are lifelong.

Serve. It inspires you to move, in your own way, from worthy dreams to deeds that change lives.

Lead On.

The world awaits.


Reach your highest goals in an active learning environment that challenges, supports, and inspires you.

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Believe in the power of community.

Walk the grounds of Marywood University. There’s a spirit here. You’ll feel it on the beautiful campus, see it in the stunning new buildings and classic traditional buildings, hear it in the greetings of faculty and students you haven’t yet met. It’s a spirit of possibility, fueled by an enduring dedication to the actions that turn possibilities into reality. 2


Dream On

Be Part of It

At Marywood, we believe in dreaming big. It is part of our heritage. Big dreams inspired the Rotunda that stands on campus as a magnificent symbol of what people can accomplish with passion, determination, and shared purpose.

Marywood consistently ranks in

We aren’t interested in pipe dreams. We’re betting you aren’t, either. We know you’d rather imagine an achievable dream that works your brain, satisfies your soul, puts your hands to good use, and improves the world. Because now, perhaps more than ever, the world needs people who can think up better ideas and lead the way to a smarter future. All over the Marywood campus, big dreams are taking shape in the classrooms, clinical settings, studios, and laboratories that serve our more than 90 academically excellent programs at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels. So dream on. We’re with you.

the top tier of master’s-granting universities in the North by U.S. News & World Report. Our dynamic programs will stretch your mind in new directions, all within a campus community that makes you feel right at home. At Marywood, you can: • Attend business forums through our Insalaco College of Creative Arts and Management, which brings top industry professionals to speak on ethical leadership and corporate social responsibility • Develop professional skills in our Biotechnology program, along with the ability to critically analyze how advances in your field will affect society • Think internationally on Immersion Day, when Marywood foreign language majors invite area high school juniors and seniors to campus for such activities as Spanish “Dancing with the Stars”

• Rise to your level of study by taking select graduate-level courses as a qualified undergraduate • Brush up on your Warhol, Lichtenstein, and other notable artists whose original work is on display in the prestigious Maslow Collection at our Shields Center for Visual Arts • Learn leadership basics or finetune your skills at the Leadership Development Conference, a series of on-campus workshops held each semester

On Faith Marywood is proud of its Catholic heritage and is committed to the strong values associated with a faith community. But a Catholic belief is not a requirement at Marywood. What unites us as a campus community is a common belief in the human worth and dignity of each person.

• Reach out with national and international service trips that will challenge you to change lives • Join a community of resident and commuter students who enthusiastically participate in more than 80 student groups, activities, campus media organizations, honor societies, athletic teams, and club and intramural sports

Learn more about the Marywood community at: www.mymarywood.com

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A community with a reach.

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Pass It On

On Campus

Marywood students are known for their dedication to improving lives. They put into action Marywood’s core values of Catholic identity, social justice, respect for each person, the empowerment of education, service, and commitment to excellence. As a student at Marywood, you’ll have opportunities to live out these values, sharing your gifts, knowledge, and skills with others on campus and in the larger community.

• You’ll work with clients at the Marywood Speech and Hearing Clinic as part of your practical experience in the Speech Language Pathology, Audiology, or Deaf Studies pre-professional tracks • As an Early Childhood Education major, you can teach and observe at Marywood’s accredited, fourstar-designated child development center that serves the children of Marywood students, employees, and alumni

• Gain teaching experience in our Music programs by assisting at Camp Vivace, our two-week summer music program for teens • Join the region’s only chapter of Net Impact, a national organization that enables Business majors to use their skills to improve the social environment • Enrich the culture in our Art programs, which prominently and regularly display student artwork at our Mahady Gallery, open to the public

And Beyond The scope of your education at Marywood is intentionally wide. With each new development in technology, the world becomes a more intimate place. It’s why every program at Marywood includes a focus on using the knowledge of the discipline for the common good. You’ll think and act globally through classroom discussions, field placements, internships, study abroad, and campus organizations.


Write way to the top Lauren Tyrrell was the shy girl in high school who loved to write. At Marywood, that love of writing turned into an interest in journalism. She became a reporter for The Wood Word, the monthly student newspaper. Then section editor. Then assistant editor. Ultimately, editor-in-chief. The reason? Faculty who cared. Faculty who knew her, and who pushed her to go further than she thought she could—as a writer and as a leader.

“If someone had said I would become editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, I would have balked. But here I am. Instead of being a face in the crowd at a large university, I’m known as ‘Lauren, who is a really good writer.’ It’s phenomenal.”

Lauren Tyrrell ’09, English Scranton, Pennsylvania

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Prepare for a life of achievement.

Explore the places where Marywood students learn. You’ll find a vibrant atmosphere where students work with faculty and each other in exceptional facilities. You’ll see leaders in the making, challenged by quality academics and caring professors to become their best selves. 6


Take On Challenges Four colleges make up Marywood University. Each offers a distinctive education and blends academic coursework with opportunities to learn through the incomparable experience of doing. College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Here you’ll take the core courses of a classic liberal-arts education, one that will prepare you for any area of specialized study as a well-rounded and resilient person who can think critically and communicate effectively. The college offers a variety of undergraduate programs in the humanities, social sciences, and natural sciences. It is also home to the Marywood Honors Program. In many programs, you’ll have the chance to collaborate with faculty on research projects.

Insalaco College of Creative Arts and Management The college is among the first in the nation to combine the creativity of the fine and performing arts with the practicality of business and management. If art is your passion, our superb facilities let you explore an astonishing variety of artistic expression. Choose from excellent business programs such as Hospitality Management and International Business. Our distinctive program in Aviation Management offers flight training at nearby Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport. College of Health and Human Services Programs in this college prepare you for professions such as Social Work, Nursing, Nutrition, and other health sciences which embody Marywood’s core values

of respect for individuals, service, and commitment to excellence. Your education will blend a solid academic foundation with the experiential learning of laboratory and field work. You’ll develop the essential knowledge, specific skills, and humanistic perspective that will make you a valuable and soughtafter graduate. Reap College of Education and Human Development Here you can pursue a degree in Psychology, Speech Language Pathology, or Education. Firstrate facilities and an emphasis on field experience provide excellent professional preparation. Each program includes extensive clinical, lab, classroom, or other practical coursework where you will have the chance to interact with your environment in the kind of setting you will find in your career.

Marywood is one of only six percent of U.S. colleges and universities in the nation with more than 10 accreditations.

Learn more about Marywood academics at: www.mymarywood.com

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Surround yourself with excellence.

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Teaching On Target

A Sampling of Our First-Rate Facilities

You’ll learn from professors who are highly regarded and accomplished leaders in their area of expertise. Eighty-four percent of our full-time faculty hold the most advanced degrees in their field. And, with a student-faculty ratio of 13:1, your professors will know you, including your interests and abilities. They’ll keep you in mind for research projects, choice internships, and other opportunities.

Insalaco Center for Studio Arts—AutoCAD software; Web and graphic design technology; photography, jewelry, wood, painting, printmaking, and clay studios; bronze and aluminum foundry; casting facilities for metal, resins, plaster, and glass; hot shop for glass work; weaving looms; blueprint machines; and a student exhibition gallery

O’Neill Center for Healthy Families—Human Performance Lab; food science and food sensory evaluation labs Center for Natural and Health Sciences—full laboratory facilities, including a bioinformatics lab; and multimedia auditorium TV Marywood—studentrun television studio with full technology complement

Sette LaVerghetta Center for the Performing Arts— 1,100-seat main stage auditorium with orchestra pit featuring Steinway grand pianos; and black box theatre Psychological Services Center—outpatient clinic with training and videotaping facilities; and laboratories for shared research, stress & coping, and neuropsychology


Searching for meaning in leading Dr. Uldarico Rex Dumdum’s philosophy on developing student leadership comes partly from President James Monroe. It goes like this: The question we should ask at the end of an education is not, ‘What has the student learned?’ but ‘What has the student become?’ Dr. Dumdum wants his students to become something more. It’s why he asks them to dig more deeply into concepts of business, leadership, and self-discovery than they probably ever have before.

“I help students become reflective practitioners, to recognize romanticized leadership that deceives followers with the promise of easy solutions. Instead, students change hearts and mindsets— including their own. It’s a more challenging kind of leadership that makes lasting change.”

Uldarico Rex Dumdum, Ph.D. Associate Professor, Business and Managerial Science Department

Learn more about Marywood professors at: www.mymarywood.com

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Connect to what matters.

Discover the kind of intellectual, personal, and professional bonds that make your Marywood experience more than an education—it’s an ongoing relationship that enriches your life. This is the place to try new things, surprise yourself with your abilities, forge lasting friendships, make some of your happiest memories, deepen your spiritual ties, and chart your brightest future. 10


Get In On It

Residence Life

At Marywood, the same spirit of possibility that infuses our academic programs can’t help but spill over into every other area of campus life. We have 60 student clubs, organizations, and honor societies that are looking for your involvement, including your leadership. Our Student Activities Crew plans and hosts activities with your schedule in mind, whether you live on campus or commute.

Living on campus at Marywood means you’ll be close to your classes, new friends, and all the activities in and around your residence hall. As a freshman resident student, you’ll likely live in the modern Loughran Hall. Co-educational by wing, Loughran Hall features keycard access, single, double, and quadruple rooms, wireless study and TV lounges, air conditioning, laundry facilities, a live-in resident director, and resident assistants.

As an upperclassman, you’ll have a variety of on-campus living options. These include Woodland Townhouse apartments and newly renovated Madonna Hall. A showcase residence hall, Madonna features suite-style rooms, themed lounge spaces on every floor, a large kitchen with stainless-steel appliances and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer great views of the Pocono Mountains, and a 15-seat movie theater.

A Sampling of Student Activities Comedians Bands Dances Movie nights

Snö Mountain ski trips New York City bus trips Poker nights Laser tag

Learn more about Marywood student life at: www.mymarywood.com

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Marywood Athletics

Game On.

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Whether you’re after a spot on one of our varsity Pacer teams or want a casual, sociable place to work out, we have everything you’ll need to get moving.

We also offer club sports, fitness options, recreational classes, and activity clubs. Our more than 30 intramural programs include:

You can use our premier fitness and recreational facility, the new Mellow Center for Athletics and Wellness. Among its features:

Basketball

Our 14 NCAA Division III varsity sports include: Women’s: Soccer, volleyball, tennis, field hockey, cross-country, basketball, softball, and lacrosse. Men’s: Soccer, cross-country, basketball, baseball, tennis, and lacrosse.

Volleyball

The Insalaco Arena for sporting events

Floor hockey Frisbee golf Inner-tube water polo

5,000-square-foot fitness center Elevated jogging track Climbing wall Dance and aerobics studio Athletic training room with training lab Student recreation lounge Hydrotherapy room


Serve the world as a leader.

When you’re ready to graduate from Marywood University, you’re also ready to join the more than 30,000 alumni who have taken their exceptional education to every state in the nation and more than 20 countries. You’re ready for what comes next, whether it’s graduate school or a rewarding career. You’re showing the way to a satisfying life of leadership in service to others. 13


A place for leaders with wings As a former Eagle Scout, Michael Jozaitis has drive. But having ambition doesn’t mean he’s always had everything figured out. He needed a college with the right blend of opportunities and support. He found it at Marywood, with what he calls its “cool mix of people who are intelligent but relaxed at the same time.” As a sophomore marketing major in a work-study program, Michael took an initiative that led him to career insights and confidence.

“I walked into the Marywood marketing director’s office one day and said, ‘Hi, I’m doing work-study here. I’m bored clipping papers. What else can I do? That began a pivotal mentoring relationship. I got to know someone who was in the field where I wanted to be.”

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Michael Jozaitis ’07 Research engine marketing manager Solid Cactus


A World of Experience Go On Our study-abroad opportunities will give you the chance to spend a few weeks or up to an entire academic year studying in another country, including: • A summer studying fresco painting in Florence, Italy • A semester studying history at Rangsit University in Thailand • A year immersed in the language and culture of Valencia, Spain

You also can intern with a company or agency in your field of study. A Sampling of Places Marywood Students Intern Attorney General’s Office DreamWorks U.S. House of Representatives CBS Corporation Northeastern Pennsylvania Philharmonic Kidspeace National Centers Quantum Analytical & Environmental Laboratories, Inc. Disney World Sprint Physical Therapy

With the knowledge, skills, and experience of a Marywood education, our graduates go on to pursue the big dreams they’ve planned. Ninety-seven percent of our most recent graduating class has been hired or admitted to graduate school within one year of graduation. They carry with them the Marywood values that add to their own value as a leader in service to the world.

A Sampling of Places Where Marywood Graduates Work

We’ll help prepare you for a life of distinguished service throughout your Marywood years, and even beyond. We work hard to provide the practical things you’ll need to succeed. Our Career Services, for instance, offers the resources— including career counseling, workshops to sharpen your interviewing and résumé writing skills, and a computer-based career planning system—that will help you navigate your career path before and after you graduate.

School districts across the nation

Metropolitan Museum of Art The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia Dun & Bradstreet Federal Judicial Center, U.S. Government Harper Collins The Philadelphia Orchestra MTV Networks Walt Disney World Sanofi Pasteur Hemmler + Camayd Architects John Heinz Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine

A Sampling of Graduate and Professional Schools Marywood Graduates Attend Columbia University University of California, Berkeley University of Pennsylvania Syracuse University Temple University Medical School University of Southern California New York University Purdue University Rutgers University University of Massachusetts Amherst

Dallas Shaw, ’03, took her Marywood degree into the world— Walt Disney World. She worked for The Magic Kingdom for several years, teaching 2D animation to theme park guests before launching her own online company, www.dallasshaw.com. As artist, owner, publicist, and bookkeeper, Dallas has gained a new appreciation for the term “the business of art.” “Being an artist turns out to be a small fraction of my job. But I love every second of it. With the knowledge of my instructors at Marywood and the support of my parents, I now get to create paintings, T-shirts, fashion illustrations, and note cards for wonderful clients.”

MTV Networks

Learn more about Marywood outcomes at: www.mymarywood.com

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Scranton/Wilkes-Barre Yankees, AAA affiliate of the New York Yankees

A Great Location

Come On Over

Scranton, Pennsylvania, provides the safety and charm of small-city living, but it’s within easy driving distance from some of the best the Northeast has to offer. The campus is located at the confluence of the Pocono and Endless mountains, with endless opportunities for outdoor recreation. Philadelphia and New York City are about two hours away. And, Boston and Washington, D.C., are within a five-hour drive.

To truly experience everything Marywood University has to offer, you need to come see it for yourself. We offer a number of ways to visit, including weekday tours, Saturday visits, open houses, transfer days, College for a Day, even an overnight stay. During your visit, you can tour campus, meet a professor in your favorite subject, attend a class, talk with an admissions counselor, and explore your financial aid options. To schedule a visit or learn more, contact us. We’d love to show you around.

Scranton is undergoing a major revitalization that will include multimillion-dollar redesigns to its downtown streetscapes and green spaces. You’ll find city festivals, great eateries, boutique shopping, and two malls for off-campus fun.

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Photos courtesy of City of Scranton

Marywood University Office of University Admissions 2300 Adams Avenue Scranton, PA 18509 Phone: 1-TO-MARYWOOD (1-866-279-9663) or 570-348-6234 E-mail: YourFuture@marywood.edu Web site: www.mymarywood.com


Sr. Anne Munley, Ph.D., President, Marywood University

Financial Aid

Marywood at a Glance

Not only do we offer you an exceptional education, we do all we can to make it affordable. And that’s a lot—after all, 98 percent of our first-time students receive financial aid. Our financial aid counselors will work hard to find your best financial aid package. Options could include grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study. To learn more about financial aid at Marywood, contact the Admissions Office.

History: Founded in 1915 by the Congregation of the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Marywood is an independent, comprehensive, Catholic, coeducational institution that welcomes students from a variety of backgrounds and religions. Marywood offers a personalized education that empowers students intellectually, professionally, and spiritually, and prepares them to serve as ethical leaders and responsible global citizens.

Admission Deadlines for Application Marywood operates on a rolling admissions basis. High school seniors are encouraged to submit their application for admission before March 1. Students applying for federal and state financial aid should submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by February 15.

Location: The Marywood campus is a national arboretum, set on 115 hilltop acres in a safe and charming residential neighborhood of Scranton (pop. 78,000) bordering the Pocono Mountains in northeastern Pennsylvania. Marywood is within a two-hour drive of New York City and Philadelphia. Enrollment: More than 3,200 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students from 29 states and 19 foreign countries.

Programs: More than 50 undergraduate academic programs, including the arts, sciences, music, fine arts, social work, nursing, and education. Facilities: Academic computing labs, interactive videoconferencing room, radio and television studios, art galleries and studios, 1,100-seat theatre, multimedia theatre, speech and hearing clinic, biofeedback lab, nursing lab, psychology lab, extensive athletic fields for outdoor sports, and much more. Athletics: 14 intercollegiate varsity teams that play in the NCAA Division III and the Colonial States Athletic Conference; 34 club sports and intramural activities. Nickname: Pacers School Colors: Green and white

Student/Faculty Ratio: 13:1 Faculty: Eighty-four percent of fulltime faculty members hold the highest degree in their field.

Learn more about Marywood financial aid at: www.mymarywood.com


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Academic Majors & Programs Accounting Advertising and Public Relations Architecture Art Education Art Therapy Arts Administration Art and Business Music and Business Theatre and Business Corporate Athletic Training Audiology/Pre-Professional Aviation Management Biology (Pre-Professional tracks available in Pre-Medical, Pre-Dental, and Pre-Veterinary) Pre-Chiropractic Secondary Education Biotechnology Comprehensive Social Sciences Communication Arts/Secondary Education Computer Information & Telecommunication Systems Criminal Justice Deaf Studies/Pre-Professional Design Digital Media & Broadcast Production Early Childhood Education Early Childhood Special Education Elementary Education—all certifications English Literature English—Secondary Education Environmental Science Family & Consumer Sciences Financial Planning French Secondary Education General Science: Secondary Education Health & Physical Education: Teacher Education Health Services Administration History History/Political Science Pre-Law

History/Social Sciences: Secondary Education Hospitality Management International Business Management Marketing Mathematics Secondary Education Medical Technology/Clinical Laboratory Science Music Education Music Performance Music Therapy Musical Theatre Nursing Nutrition & Dietetics Coordinated Program Didactic Program Philosophy Physical Activity Pre-Physician Assistant Psychology Clinical Practices Industrial/Organizational Psychology Religious Studies Retail Business Management Social Work Spanish Secondary Education Special Education Elementary Education (dual certificate) Speech Language Pathology/ Pre-Professional Studio Art Theatre Undergraduate Studies—comprehensive support program for students undecided on a major Learn more about Marywood academic programs and majors at:

www.mymarywood.com

Office of University Admissions – Undergraduate Marywood University 2300 Adams Avenue Scranton, PA 18509 1-TO-MARYWOOD (866) 279-9663 (toll free) (570) 348-6234 (local) (570) 961-4763 (fax) E-mail:YourFuture@Marywood.edu


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