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Make a gift of $50 or more through the Valpo Fund and receive a 2014 Valpo calendar. The calendar features photos from around campus and quotes from students about the impact of your gifts.
Experiencing campus is the best way to decide if Valpo is the right fit for you. Whether you’ve already been admitted or have yet to apply, you’ll find a Valpo visit program tailored to meet your needs.
Katelyn Stermer '14 rode more than 4,000 miles across the country with the FACE AIDS Ride Against AIDS team after graduation. Now a graduate student at the University of Chicago, Katelyn was inspired to pursue a career in public health during her semester abroad in Namibia and South Africa.
Professor Heath Carter recently joined the Young Scholars in American Religion Program, a highly selective group of historians in the United States who will discuss research and instruction of American religion.
Valpo students are leaders who understand learning goes beyond the classroom. Following World War II, Valpo students raised funds, designed, and built the engineering laboratory building, where classes were held until the construction of Gellersen Center in 1968.
Graduate students gain hands-on experience and learn about other cultures by teaching English to Chinese and Ecuadorian students who are on campus for the summer.
Six Valpo student-athletes received the Arthur Ashe Jr. Sports Scholar Awards as selected by Diverse: Issues in Higher Education magazine. The award recognizes minority undergraduate students who have made academic and athletic achievements a winning combination.
Valpo welcomes nearly 1,000 new undergraduate students for the fall 2014 semester, which kicked off with the 86th annual Opening Convocation. Anticipated total enrollment is nearly 4,525 — the largest in 34 years.
The College of Arts and Sciences is the largest college at Valpo, home to 23 departments and more than two dozen interdisciplinary programs that engage students in the study of humanities, sciences, the arts, pre-professional studies, and social sciences.
The College of Business offers a holistic learning experience to develop globally savvy and analytical business executives. Undergraduate programs are marked by a hands-on approach evident in everything from project-oriented assignments to a required internship program.
The College of Engineering provides a state-of-the-art engineering education in a liberal arts setting. Award-winning facilities include the LEED Platinum certified Donald V. Fites Engineering Innovation Center and the James S. Markiewicz Solar Energy Research Facility.
For more than 40 years, the College of Nursing and Health Professions has remained one of the nation’s finest nursing programs. Programs go beyond the traditional to include health care leadership and other concentrations to meet growing market needs.
Christ College — The Honors College inspires students to look beyond the obvious to discover new ideas, thoughts, and beliefs. For high-caliber students of all majors, Christ College offers a rigorous learning environment and a variety of opportunities outside of the classroom.
Valpo offers a variety of postgraduate options through the Law School and the Graduate School and Continuing Education Division, with flexible schedules and locations in Valparaiso and Chicago.
A Place of Faith & Service
Experience the creative relationship between faith and learning, a connection that extends beyond the classroom and into the world. Valpo students lead and serve through a vibrant Chapel community, the Institute for Leadership and Service, and more.
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A Top 10 University
Recognized as one of the best universities in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report every year since 1990.