MORAVIAN COLLEGE

United States, Pennsylvania

Established in 1742, Moravian College is a private liberal arts college in Pennsylvania. Some of the most popular majors are health sciences, business, nursing, sociology, psychology, and biological sciences.  It is one of the oldest educational institutions in the United States. Moravian College awards undergraduate and graduates degrees in Music, arts, science, business administration, education, human resource management, and six masters of science programs in nursing, master of divinity, master of arts in theological studies degrees. It currently enrolls about 1,700 full-time undergraduate students.  

Campus Life

The programs are being offered at four locations. The Main Street campus or the North Campus is the site of the majority of the college’s buildings, academic departments, administration, and student residences. It has a Reeves Library, the Collier Hall of Science, the Arena Theatre, and most of the college’s student housing, including dorms, townhouses, and apartments. The Priscilla Payne Hurd Campus has all its facilities renovated housing a Foy Concert Hall. It added a new living complex with classrooms, a cafe, a fitness accessible.  

Noted Alumni

Among the notable alumni, J Neil Alexander, John Andretti, William Badé, John Gorka, George Hrab, Janine Jagger, Sandra Novack, Fred Rooney, and many other businessmen and authors.