Fast Facts

Academics

  • 50+ undergraduate academic majors in professional programs, the sciences and humanities
  • Most popular majors: nursing, biology, education, business administration, psychology, sport management, criminal justice, engineering
  • 18:1 student-to-faculty ratio
  • Average classroom size of 22
  • Master’s degrees in nursing, business administration and education
  • Doctoral degree in nursing practice

Student Life

  • 20 NCAA Division III sports teams; member of Capital Athletic Conference
  • Club sports include dance team, equestrian, ultimate frisbee, lacrosse (men’s and women’s), rugby (men’s and women’s), softball and men’s volleyball
  • 25+ intramural sports
  • 90+ student clubs and organizations
  • 13 Greek life organizations
  • 50% of students live in college-owned housing (28 residences: apartments, traditional, suites)

People

  • 4,600 full-time undergraduate students; 300 graduate students
  • 162 full-time faculty; 90% hold the highest degree possible in their field

Location

  • 190-acre campus
  • Adjacent to city of York, population 50,000
  • One-hour drive from Baltimore
  • Two-hour drive from Philadelphia and D.C.
  • Four-hour drive from New York City, Richmond or Pittsburgh