| Fall 2009
College students have always come from a variety of backgrounds, with an assortment of reasons why they chose a particular institution and disparate aspirations and goals for their future. That’s never been more true than today, as the needs, desires and diversity of students change more rapidly than ever before.
This summer five Newman students learned about the elegance and breadth of what was the Austro-Hungarian Empire, as well as the oppression and horror of former Nazi and communist regimes, as participants in "Europe by Rail," a three-week tour of western and eastern Europe led by Associate Professor of History Kelly McFall, Ph.D.
It isn’t every day you have an opportunity to help the Dalai Lama, not to mention thousands of Tibetan children living as refugees in India.
Newman University has been named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its exemplary service and service efforts to America's communities.
Over the past 10 years, 96 percent of Newman graduates who successfully completed the university’s pre-med program and received a positive recommendation from Newman’s Pre-medical Committee have been accepted into medical schools.
Fran and Geri Jabara and Monsignor William Carr will be awarded a Doctor of Humane Letters during the Fall 2009 Commencement ceremony.