Established in 1839 as a literary academy, Bloomsburg University is a comprehensive public institution offering 56 undergraduate programs and more than 58 minors along with 20 graduate programs, including a doctorate in audiology and in nursing practice.
It is the third largest school of the 14 universities in the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. A satellite location in Center City, Philadelphia, offers a master’s in business administration (M.B.A.), as well as a bachelor’s of applied science in technical leadership.
Bloomsburg University offers for-credit classes and degree completion programs at both the Dixon University Center and HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College, as well as the main campuses of Lehigh Carbon Community College, Luzerne County Community College and Northampton Community College.
More than 250 student clubs and organizations — ranging from community service to the arts and business to entertainment — give students the opportunity to develop their leadership skills and creativity, to grow both professionally and personally. Students are actively involved within the community with more than 62,000 hours dedicated to volunteerism each year.