Saint Francis University has been recognized for its long-term commitment to helping undergraduate students learn, grow, and succeed by Colleges of Distinction, a unique guide for college-bound students.
Based on SFU’s demonstrated excellence in four areas of distinction: “Engaged Students, Excellent Teaching, Vibrant Community, and Successful Outcomes,” the university has been honored as both a “Catholic College of Distinction” and “ College of Distinction” for the 2022-2023 academic year. Saint Francis University is particularly proud to be considered a “Catholic College of Distinction,” reflecting its emphasis on integrating its Catholic-Franciscan mission into the framework of the institution guided by the university’s goals for Franciscan higher education.
Honors programs in business, education, engineering and nursing
The University was further recognized by this resource for its excellent programming in four areas of academic study: business, education, engineering, and nursing. These programs have been awarded “Field of Study” badges to recognize their innovative leadership in higher education. Those who have received this honor have proven themselves after a thorough verification of qualities such as accreditation, program scope and track record of success.
Career Development College of Distinction
In addition, the University has been recognized for its exceptional “career development”. Career Services at Saint Francis excels at meeting the professional needs of students through one-on-one sessions, workshops, career fairs and networking events. The University also goes above and beyond other institutions in placing students on internships and connecting them with alumni mentors who can engage them more in their career development process.
About Colleges of Distinction
Since 2000, Colleges of Distinction has been a trusted resource for more than 40,000 guidance counselors across the United States, thousands of parents and students, and hundreds of colleges and universities. The organization’s mission is simple: to help parents and students find not just the “best college,” but the right college.