Fast Facts

A Catholic, coeducational institution offering liberal arts and professional programs for undergraduate and graduate students

Founded in 1933 by the Sisters of the Presentation of Mary

More than 50 programs at the undergraduate, graduate, post graduate, and doctoral levels. Programs emphasize hands-on learning through internships, practicums, clinicals, and service learning projects.

Nashua campus: 44 buildings, more than 68 acres in the heart of New England.


  • 2,520 total student population
  • 776 undergraduate day students
  • Approximately 75 international students
  • Student/faculty ratio of 23:1

Financial Information
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Teams compete in NCAA Division III and belong to the Great Northeast Athletic Conference (GNAC). Intercollegiate sports: women’s basketball, cross country, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, softball, volleyball; men’s baseball, basketball, cross country, lacrosse, soccer, volleyball.

Living on Campus
Four residence halls, capacity 421 students.

Campus Resources

  • Student Activities offers various educational, recreational, social and entertainment programs and services, including student clubs and organizations
  • The Multicultural Affairs Office provides student advocacy, programs, and scholarship opportunities for students of all cultural backgrounds
  • The Career Development Center offers career counseling and guidance to students and alumni, including self assessment, occupational exploration, employment listings and postgraduate opportunities.
  • Public Safety maintains the campus as a safe and pleasant place in which to live, work and study (annual security report).
  • Campus Ministry offers pastoral counseling, retreats, Bible study, interfaith networking, RCIA, and outreach to the needy on the local, national, and international levels.
    The Learning Commons, a 15,000-square-foot facility which opened in August 2014, houses academic support services — the Academic Support Center, Career Development Center, Disability Services, Counseling and Wellness Center, Service Learning, and Student Success offices — and University Advancement and Alumni Relations.