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At Marywood University, new facilities, programs, and initiatives are based on a solid academic tradition, an understanding that change is a necessary part of growth, and a strategic vision for what’s ahead. With nearly 100 years of achievement as a solid foundation, Marywood University is poised to design the success of its second century. These stories represent just a few ways in which  Marywood is building, repurposing, and connecting the bridge of success from one century to the next.


thumb Transforming Tradition
The region’s fastest-growing academic program—Marywood’s School of Architecture—has surged ahead of its own ambitious schedule. As a result, Phase II renovations have doubled the size of the Center for Architectural Studies.

thumb From Library to Learning Commons…Back to the Future?
For today’s students, yesterday’s libraries will not do. A facility that is more than a library—a Learning Commons that will reflect what Marywood has become—is the next step for a new generation of learners.

thumb Expanding Our Range
Plans have begun in earnest to integrate emerging media and performing arts capabilities under one roof, with extensive renovations and a new addition to the Sette LaVerghetta Center for Performing Arts set for 2013.

Alumni Athletics Digest

Seen & Heard

Best & Brightest

In Memoriam

Alumni Award Winners

Racing to Another Historic Season

Editor's Letter

President's Message

Educating Global Leaders

Aquatics Center Dedicated

New Members elected to Board of Trustees

Marywood Commencement 2011

Stepping Up to the Challenge

It’s a Great Place to Work!

Sister M. Coleman Nee, IHM

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