A Family Tradition

When Mary Elizabeth Ware ’17 stepped across the stage to receive her bachelor’s degree in psychology on Sunday, May 20, she became the fourth generation of her family to hold a Marywood degree. read more...

Natalie Burke: CSD Student, Lacrosse Star, and Singer-Songwriter

Natalie Burke, a communication sciences and disorders major, finds time in her busy class schedule to pursue her other passions: lacrosse, traveling, and singing and songwriting. read more...

A View from India

International students Ajay Vaidya and Taral Patel, both from India, are pursuing graduate degrees at Marywood. read more...

Scholar Profile: Joe Hunt ’17

Scholar. Student-Athlete. Servant Leader. By whatever name you call him, Joe Hunt ’17 has had a wealth of great experiences at Marywood University. On April 30, he will share his story with students and benefactors at the Annual Scholarship Luncheon. read more...

12 Questions for Our 12th President

In this interview, Sr. Mary Persico reflects on her first months as president and discusses the role that Marywood can play in the community. read more...

On Matters of Diversity

In her inaugural address, President Sr. Mary Persico called Marywood to become a University for the World. Nancy Maloney and Dr. Lia Richards-Palmiter are answering that call as directors of Marywood's international affairs and diversity offices. read more...

On Par for Success: Nick Biondi '18

Nick Biondi is a retail business management major and captain of Marywood's golf team. He grew up in nearby Moosic and chose a college that was close to home. read more...

Not Just a Number: Brooke Labs '17

Communication sciences and disorders major Brooke Labs relishes the relationships she has made with her teammates, coaches, and other students at Marywood. read more...

Up to the Challenge: Paul Kraycer '17

Paul Kraycer, a biotechnology major and member of the swimming and diving team, spends part of his day in the lab and the other part in the pool. read more...

A Healthy Balance: Cassandra Stockwell '18

Nutrition and dietetics major Cassandra Stockwell followed her passion for food and field hockey from San Diego, California, to Marywood University. read more...

Commencement 2016: Jobs, Family, Texting, and Creating the Light

When graduates received their diplomas at Marywood's commencement ceremony, they celebrated not just the end of their college careers but also the beginning of the next exciting chapter in their lives. read more...

Finding Excellence at Marywood University

Kayleigh Velott grasped the motion of swimming before she could walk. From a very young age, she had drive, and, as she got older, that characteristic stayed with her. Her ambition was to find a college that fit her personality, and that led her to Marywood University. read more...

The Learning Commons by the Numbers [Infographic]

Marywood's new Learning Commons provides a space where students can study, collaborate, and socialize. read more...

A Christmas Tradition Rooted in Community

The Christmas tree lighting at Marywood is a decades-old tradition that draws students, faculty, staff, and alumni together to celebrate the holiday season as a community. read more...

Different Minds Working Together to SOAR

Marywood's SOAR program provides valuable employment training for high school students with autism. It also offers Marywood students a unique opportunity to work with them. read more...

A Life Rebuilt at Marywood

After Hurricane Katrina devastated her hometown of New Orleans, Maria Zeron moved to Northeast Pennsylvania. Marywood welcomed her with open arms. read more...

Two Programs, Two Different Experiences: How I Jumped into Grad School

As an alumna of both our undergraduate and graduate graphic design programs, Jess Meoni has a unique perspective on art education at Marywood. Here she compares how the two programs prepared her for a career as a professional artist. read more...

Building the Centennial Wall

Students collaborated with architect Peter Bohlin to design the Centennial Wall inside the new Learning Commons. The wall is a beautiful illustration of Marywood's motto: sanctitas, scientia, sanitas. read more...

A Day in the Life of Two Student Athletes

Becoming a successful student-athlete requires discipline and time management. Get a glimpse of what it's like to be an athlete at Marywood with this infographic. read more...

Keep Moving Forward: One Pilgrim's Journey to See the Pope

Staff member Sheryl Sochoka accompanied a bus load of students to Philadelphia to see Pope Francis during his historic visit to the United States. This is her reflection on the day. read more...

Building a Sustainable Future in Thailand

Amanda Fischer, a recent graduate of Marywood's interior architecture program, followed her passion for sustainable building to Thailand, where she and volunteers from around the world built a school using natural building techniques. read more...