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ELEVATE is the innovative experience that every new, full-time undergraduate student can participate in throughout their time at Moravian. It provides students with academic and student life experiences they will not find anywhere else: personal preparation for a life of success in a setting rich with nearly 280 years of history.


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Jenny Jimenez


The Tenacious Jenny Jimenez

When she decided to get her college degree, Jennifer Jimenez ’14 was a single mom of an 8-year-old daughter and a 6-year-old son and worked 50 or more hours a week at a demanding job that occasionally required travel. The decision didn’t come easily.

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Christmas Vespers

Moravian's Christmas Vespers is a wonderful opportunity for the campus community to share in the beautiful candlelight ceremony that is distinctive of the Moravian tradition. Music by our students combines with the beauty of the Liturgy in this service for the University community to enjoy.

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Why Moravian?

$42 million

Total financial aid awarded in 2020


Percentage of grads that land jobs or go to graduate school within 10 months


Alumni in 50 states and 29 countries


Every first-year student receives a MacBook Pro, iPad, and Apple Pencil

In the News


Moravian University announces Dr. Carol Traupman-Carr named Provost and Dean of Faculty

Traupman-Carr replaces Dr. Cynthia Kosso who will retire on June 30.
Chris Hunt

Your View by Moravian dean

How Biden can keep his word to Black voters and honor Dr. King’s legacy

Moravian University alumnus Michael Gallo ‘19 named to Schwarzman Scholars

Joining the Schwarzman Scholars Class of 2023, Gallo will pursue a one-year Master’s degree in Global Affairs with a core curriculum focused on three pillars: leadership, China, and global affairs.
Diane Husic

Op-Ed | COVID will continue to highlight America's nursing shortage in 2022 and the looming ‘silver tsunami'

Last year, more than 80,000 qualified applicants were not accepted at schools of nursing largely because of shortages of faculty, clinical sites, and other supporting resources.
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