Marywood University is a liberal arts institution founded as a women’s college by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The school maintains its affiliation with the Roman Catholic church but is now coeducational. Marywood University’s campus doubles as an arboretum, where over 100 species of trees can be found throughout its 140-acres. Architecture, nursing, and psychology are the most favored majors among undergraduates.
Marywood is a Catholic IHM-run University, so it's not cheap, but it's well worth the money. The campus is beautiful and semi-secluded, the teaching staff is courteous and knowledgeable, and there is something for everybody there. And even though the long-standing University is Catholic-based and they have a church on campus, they DO NOT force religion on their students.
Karrie from MOOSIC, PA
They are a very good University where they challenge you in ways you never thought possible. The curriculum is set to help you not hold you back. They do what they can to make sure you are being the best person you can be.