Forever Valpo: The Campaign for Our Future Forever Valpo is a $250 million campaign to establish permanent support for student scholarships, faculty development, and programs. Learn more about the Campaign and discover how you can help.
A grant from the National Science Foundation will advance the field of data science education, creating opportunities for undergraduate research. Students will survey data scientists at top firms such as E-Trade, Pandora, and Google.
Alumni Bob ’82 and Kathy Christopher ’82 Hansen have established the Robert and Kathleen Hansen Endowed Scholarship for Study Abroad, which has benefitted 85 students who have studied in Central America, Germany, Ireland, Thailand, and Japan.
Haiying He, Ph.D., and Luke Venstrom, ’07, Ph.D., have been named University Research Professors for the 2019–2020 academic year in recognition of scholarly accomplishments. The professorships include a stipend and sabbatical time to continue creative and original work.
In recognition of her work to advance French education, the French government recently named Randa Duvick, professor of foreign languages and literatures, Officer in the Order of French Academic Palms.
The Brauer Museum of Art offers a unique opportunity to view world-class art in Northwest Indiana. Fall exhibitions feature a collection of photographs by David Robert Austen, covering nearly two decades spent in Australia, as well as work by Krista Steinke ’90.
Nearly 50 Men's and Women's Basketball regular-season games will appear on ESPN3 or ESPN+ through The Valley on ESPN. Click the image above for a complete schedule and information about the ESPN+ streaming service.
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, with flexible schedules and distance delivery options.
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. Learn more about Faith & Service
A Top 5 University
Recognized as one of the best universities in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report every year since 1990.