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Get ready for the ultimate honors programming experience by making plans to attend the 2013 Honors Institute at Villanova University, June 17-22.
Villanova Campus Map
Map of the Villanova campus
Villanova Guest Guide
Everything you need to know related to Villanova policies, procedures and amenities. Includes the Campus Map.
Villanova Resource Guide
Locations and hours of operation for campus shops, as well as local attractions and restaurants, by type.
Getting Around Guide
Directions to Villanova and other area locations by car, train, or other public transportation.
Villanova University has been sponsored by the Augustinian Order since its founding in 1842. Today, the University is comprised of five colleges: Liberal Arts and Sciences (Villanova College), Engineering, School of Business, Nursing and the School of Law. The University traces its origins to old Saint Augustine’s Church in Philadelphia, which the Augustinians founded in 1796, and to its parish school, Saint Augustine’s Academy, established in 1811.
Villanova’s academic experience, rooted in the liberal arts, forms an environment in which students and professors are partners in learning. Every member of the Villanova community is dedicated to providing a personalized experience that fosters every student’s intellectual and spiritual well-being. As part of their education, students are encouraged to enrich their own lives by working for those in greatest need. Through academic and service programs, students use their skills, knowledge and compassion to better the world around them.
Over 10,000 undergraduate, graduate and law students take part in a wide variety of degree programs throughout the University's five colleges — the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the Villanova School of Business, the College of Engineering, the College of Nursing and the Villanova School of Law.
These colleges are the setting for an experience that develops both the heart and the mind and prepares students to become ethical leaders who create positive change everywhere life takes them.