United States, Indiana

Founded in the year 1859 as Valparaiso Male and Female College and late in 1900, it was named Valparaiso College, and finally, in 1905 it was declared as a university and started granting degrees. Located in the beautiful city of Valparaiso, the university offers great teaching services. The university believes in giving every student an equal opportunity to showcase themselves as an individual. VU holds the alliance of the Higher Learning Committee and offers fascinating programs. Every year an average of 4,000 students choose Valparaiso University as their academic venture, from which 300 students are from different countries. The university welcomes every student and does not judge them based on their locality. The university great programs for graduate and undergraduate levels in various fields such as Arts and Sciences, Engineering, Computer and Technology, Business, and many more. The student to faculty ratio is 12:1 which guarantees to personalize attention for every student.

Campus Life

The quality of student life at any university is the most non-performing asset but it has to be the best in order to satisfy the needs of students. Valparaiso University offers the best student life with the campus environment. The huge 350-acres campus has almost everything that any student requires. The student organizations make sure that every student feels safe and has an engaging attitude towards the university. The on-campus accommodation and dining facilities provided by the university are very affordable so that every student can have the benefit of it. The recreational and sports center allows the students to look after their physical health. The campus also provides students with athletic facilities like four hi-tech gyms, racquetball courts, an indoor pool.

Noted Alumni

Over the years, the university has witnessed 60,000 successful alumni members who went to achieve great heights in the respective field of interest. Some of the great alumni are R. J. Q. Adams is an acclaimed American historian. Adam Amin is a popular radio and television sportscaster currently working with ESPN. Roy E. Ayers served as Montana's 11th governor. Fredrick Barton is a well-known novelist.