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Congratulations to the students from our School of Business and Global Innovation who took home the top prize at the Fleming Institute for Business Ethics Bowl Competition.
A team of Marywood undergraduate students took first place at the 2015 Fleming Institute for Business Ethics Bowl Competition at DeSales University.
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Broadcast journalism major Esperanza Gutierrez was drawn to the close-knit community at Marywood. Now she's gaining valuable, hands-on experience as a news anchor for our student-run TV station.
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The first professional dance company in Taiwan will perform at Marywood this Saturday, at 7:30pm, in the Sette LaVerghetta Center.
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Register for discounted summer classes at Marywood! Undergraduate courses are just $350 per credit. Graduate courses start at $400 per credit. #creditsforless
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Guess which building is under construction in this photo. Hint: it's not the Learning Commons. ‪#‎tbt‬
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Join us tomorrow, April 16, at 4:30pm, for a free screening of Pittsburgh Fights Back, followed by a discussion about human trafficking.
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Students who will be graduating in May should stop by the Grad Finale, today and tomorrow, 11am-6pm, to pick up their caps and gowns, complete the senior survey, and prepare for commencement. #marywood2015
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Join best selling author Christopher Phillips, Ph.D., for a thought-provoking discussion about life on Friday, April 10.
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Join our senior art students this Saturday, at 2pm, as they showcase their best work.
Mahady Gallery Mar 28, 2015 - Apr 26, 2015. The class of 2015 presents their ART! Group exhibition of undergraduate art students receiving bachelor of arts and fine arts degrees in art education, art therapy, graphic design, illustration, and painting. Reception: March 28, 2–4 PM ...
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Our annual business ethics forum will take place Monday, beginning at 11:30am, in the Nazareth Student Center. It's free and open to the public.
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We're celebrating Women's History Month with a theatrical performance about four powerful African American women. Join us for this free, public performance tomorrow, at 7pm, in the Sette LaVerghetta Center.
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2300 Adams Ave Scranton, PA 18509
2300 Adams AvenueUSPennsylvaniaScranton18509
(570) 348-6211marywood.edu
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Marywood University is a private, Catholic college in Northeast Pennsylvania that offers 100 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral degree programs.
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"Great school for students seeking speech language pathology, education, or art."
"Great architecture programs and teachers and classmates."
"Great medium sized classes."
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Danny Balliet
10 months ago
Tuition is a little expensive considering some of the little things about the school that seem like they should have had more money spent on them. Great looking campus though. The fact that it's on a hill is a bit of a drag, but it encourages fitness through necessary daily commuting to everyday activities. The things that they make you spend money on, however, seem unnecessary. There are definitely some things that make them money hungry.
Caitlin Metzger
a year ago
The only positive thing I can say about it is that theres small class sizes, and I had a very helpful, proactive advisor. Other than that, I'm counting down my days until I can get out of here. There are so many flaws in their system here its ridiculous, especially for what I'm paying.
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Anne z
a year ago
i love marywood. great programs. great architecture programs and teachers and classmates. great medium sized classes. great one-on-one with student between teachers.
A Google User
2 years ago
If you're looking for an education degree, look elsewhere—they treat you like garbage. The administrative end of everything is horrible! I'm speaking as a transfer student who has experienced other schools. People like to say, "Administration at every school is messed up." They're wrong. I regret spending 4 years here.
Brittany Kohler
a year ago
Terrible school. The nutrition department is understaffed. I was in the coordinated dietetic internship/masters program. I was REQUIRED to pay for my first year of graduate school since I was accepted as an intern and I was promised that I could complete my degree there. After paying for my first year, they informed me that they did not offer enough classes from the nutrition department in order for me to remain a full time student and complete my degree. Moral of the story? They made me pay over $20,000 for a full year of grad credits and then couldn't offer the classes I needed to graduate. That's one money-hungry Catholic school in my opinion.
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Cherie Roberts
3 months ago
wonderful so far
M Muka
4 months ago
Worst school ever. No one is ever in their office or will return your call. There is no protection for students, whatever the university says- goes. 3 credits away from graduating and I was dismissed from my program due to a technicality. Never in my life have I seen a college- let alone a CATHOLIC college be so corrupt. I wasted 3 years of my life, am $90,000 in debt with nothing to show for it. Do not make the mistake of giving this school another cent!
A Google User
3 years ago
I found Marywood's Fine Art program to be well-rounded, challenging & progressive. Small, personalized classes & art professors with real world experience. My BFA from Marywood led me to a successful career in NYC's competitive advertising industry.