My Shenandoah experience has been the best. Because of the staff and faculty, not only was I able to successfully complete my undergrad nursing career on time, but I was also able to be a full time, four-year athlete. I also got to travel the world, increasing my awareness and making me become an active global citizen.
Shenandoah has created lots of opportunities for me to get involved in and around the community and at school. It has provided me with a great education and many skills to use in the future. All the students and the professors are really close to each other and that helps me as a student to develop and gain many skills for when I get into my profession.
It’s not too close and not too far from home. I also was attracted by the football program, the mass communications department and an excellent scholarship package. I’m looking forward to starting football camp and getting to know my team members as well as other freshmen on campus.
Shenandoah has a beautiful campus. I’m looking forward to meeting new people and having fun while also focusing on obtaining my nursing degree. My mother and father have always supported me and are very proud that I’m a Shenandoah Hornet.
I've loved the one-on-one interactions I've been able to have with many of my professors. Unlike at large universities, at Shenandoah we are able to develop much more personal and hands-on relationships with professors. These relationships have made a direct impact on my overall college experience and have motivated me to pursue many interests both today and in the future.
77,000-square-foot indoor athletic facility would benefit the university’s 21 athletics teams and the community at large.
April 27, 2016
Shenandoah University’s Board of Trustees on April 20 approved plans for a new, 77,000-square-foot indoor athletic facility for the university’s 21 athletics teams.Located next to Shentel Stadium, the student-first facility will benefit each of the ... Read More...
Funds have supported the students during their student teaching duties in the spring 2016 semester
April 27, 2016
Two Shenandoah University undergraduate students, Aileen Burke and Danielle Confletti, have been awarded $5,000 scholarships through the Hattie M. Strong Foundation (HMSF). The students were chosen based on their letters of application and personal ... Read More...
Remembering The Surprisingly Modern Bard, 400 Years On
April 25, 2016
Literature lovers, actors, poets, playwrights and just about anyone with an affection for the English language respects and delights in the works of William Shakespeare. The "Bard of Avon" is known for his spectacular string of plays and sonnets, ... Read More...