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Campus programs at park university

Park University provides smaller and more intimate class settings; giving their students one-on-one engagement with their professor and peers. There are many resources on campus available to students to help them succeed.

Campus Program
Characteristics

Park University has smaller class sizes than other larger colleges or universities. Our average student-teacher ratio is 12:1, meaning students have more one-on-one engagement with their professors and their peers. This creates a dynamic and personal learning environment.

Diversity has remained a priority of Park University since its founding in 1875. Over time, Park University has attracted a diverse student population from over 60 countries. As globalization evolves, interacting with peers from different cultures improves your educational experience and gives you a competitive advantage in the workplace.

Park University provides military students and veterans with academic resources to foster success. We offer a Global Warrior Center to aid students transitioning in and out of the military. The financial aid office will assist with any tuition planning or required financial forms. Park University can connect students with any necessary health, mental or financial services if needed.

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average student-teacher ratio

Academic Programs

Liberal Arts & Sciences

The liberal arts education prepares students to be creative and independent lifelong learners. Programs are offered in fine and performing arts, humanities, and natural and social sciences.

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Management

We prepare students for a global economy to influence the world as socially responsible business leaders. Public affairs students act with ethical character, moral courage and advance human dignity worldwide.

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Education & Health Professions

Park University prepares our graduates to be leaders in their communities, change agents as educators in their schools and advocates in the fields of nursing, sociology, psychology and social work.

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