United States, Virginia

Established in1910, Radford University is located in the New River Valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains in southwestern Virginia. It is a public university offering more than 76 bachelor's programs, 28 master's programs, and 6 at doctorate level in all the major fields such as Business, Education, Finance, Marketing, Psychology, literature, and many more. The university is recognised for its education in Heath related programs and also provides clinically based education to more than 1000 students as a part of the university.

Campus Life

Radford University has a 204-acre campus with all the modern and high-tech infrastructure that include student services, parking, green spaces, stationaries, and cafeterias. The university is known for its small classroom and private learning method with a student-faculty ratio of 18:1. The university also contributes to the wealth of Virginia through its education, student services, research programs, and health workers from the college. There are more than ten research centres itself in the city currently working on more than 50 projects. The university comprises more than 300 clubs that enhance the student’s leadership quality, better communication skills, and learning new things.

Noted Alumni

Radford University has a wide network of alumni across the globe and many are also highly recognised in the country. Jayma Mays (Actress), Marty Smith (Journalist), Scott Long (Human Rights Activist), and Kiera Cass (Writer) are some notable alumni of the university.