There’s much to do, learn at Madonna

LIVONIA — Madonna University students can choose from more than 100 undergraduate and 35 graduate programs that will prepare them for careers as nurses, sign language interpreters, forensic
scientists, teachers, psychologists, entrepreneurs, television anchors, social workers, musicians, clinical lab technicians, sport managers, police officers, dieticians, video producers, business leaders, graphic designers and so much more.

Through internships and co-ops, students try out their careers to ensure a good fit. Over 35 student groups provide opportunities
to gain experience and learn from others with similar interests. Living in the Residence Hall enhances many students’ college experiences and helps ensure they’re not late for class.

One of the biggest advantages of a Madonna education is small – classes that is. The student to faculty ratio is 12-to-1, so Madonna students enjoy more personal instruction from faculty who are dedicated to student success. Professors know students by name, and go the extra mile to help them succeed.

From the writing center and technology lab to disability resources and tutoring, there are abundant academic support services.

Broadcast and Cinema Arts students garnered three more Emmy awards this year, and the College of Education earned an exemplary rating
on the Educator Preparation Institution Performance Scores and tied for No. 1 in Michigan.

Madonna’s Champions of Character athletics program fields 11 men’s and women’s teams, all of which were selected as 2012-13 Conference Scholar Teams. Crusader student-athletes posted a combined grade point average of 3.36 while taking over 4,500 credit hours. The new athletic complex is home to men’s and women’s soccer, baseball and softball.

Check out Madonna’s grad and undergrad programs, find out about scholarships and financial aid, and apply on the spot, during a special program from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Nov. 2. Confirm attendance online at