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Moravian College at a Glance
General Information

Founded: 1742

Enrollment: 1564
Men: 663
Women: 901

Approximately 24 states and 14 foreign countries represented in student body

Degrees offered: Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Music

Most popular departments: Biology, English, Education, Psychology, Economics and Business, Sociology, Music, Art

Campus: 85-acre campus located in historic Bethlehem, Pennsylvania (population 75,000) 90 miles west of New York City and 60 miles north of Philadelphia, in the heart of the Lehigh Valley.


Expenses 2013-2014

Tuition: $34,938.00
Base room cost: $5,950.00
Board: $4,694.00
Books and supplies: $1000 (estimated)
Fees: $720


Academic Information

Academic faculty: 120 full-time, 95% hold the Ph.D. or equivalent

Student-faculty ratio: 11:1

Average class size: 17 students

Two available curriculum options: Learning in Common, Add-Venture

Academic programs: students choose from among 50 programs of study

Other Academic Opportunities and Resources

  • Study abroad: exchange programs with University of Erfurt (Germany), University of Buckingham (England) and University of Southern Queensland (Australia), and other opportunities
  • Study program with Centre for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Keble College, Oxford University
  • Washington Semester
  • Honors program
  • Student Research Opportunites
    • Rokke Scholars
    • SOAR (Student Opportunities for Academic Research) Scholars
  • The Moravian Stars Program
  • Leadership Center
  • Independent study
  • Field study (off-campus work for credit)
  • Cross-registration and special majors through Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges (Cedar Crest, DeSales, Lafayette, Lehigh, Moravian, Muhlenberg)