Online degree programs at the University of Saint Francis are built for convenience and flexibility (most degrees can be completed in 12 months) as well as affordability and quality. We’re ranked nationally for ROI to help you look forward to a purposeful life and career.
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Of 2019 graduates are employed, in the military, or pursuing advanced study
Graduates would recommend USF to a friend or relative
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From our beginnings in 1890, the University of Saint Francis has been rooted in the Catholic and Franciscan traditions of Faith and Reason. As an online Virtual Campus student, you’ll unite with others from all faiths and backgrounds in learning, leadership, and service, founded upon five Franciscan values:
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The University of Saint Francis makes a point of hiring instructors who work in their field and bring valuable academic and professional experience to the classroom. They’ll also encourage you to contribute your unique point of view to each course and discuss how you can apply specific lessons to your life and work.
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Of graduates say the education they received at USF aligns with their career goals
Individual mentoring has always been a hallmark of the USF experience. As you progress through your online program, you’ll work one-on-one with a success coach who is readily available to answer questions, offer encouragement, and point you to resources you’ll need to succeed—both during and after your degree program.
“I had the huge state school and then the smaller Christian learning environment. At the state school there was no focus on the individual or room to develop and think critically about who you were. At USF, my professors’ teaching forced me to think about who I was and wanted to be. I found a university that equips me to go out into the world and do something.”
— Rachel Klein, Master of Organizational Leadership Graduate