The academic areas of the University are under the direction of the University Provost. The colleges and schools are supervised by the Deans and various offices are supervised by either a Director or an Associate/Assistant Vice President.
Villanova’s rigorous undergraduate program is rooted in the liberal arts and delivered by expert faculty who are partners in education. Students have many options to supplement their education with internship, study abroad, research and service learning opportunities.
With more than 100 graduate programs on campus and online, Villanova University is an ideal place to continue your education. Villanova’s advanced degree programs blend real-world experience with a dynamic classroom environment.
Villanova University offers a variety of fully online programs across all of our schools and colleges for the distance learner. Whether you are looking to complete your undergraduate education, earn an advanced degree, or obtain professional certifications, there are a variety of offerings to suit your needs. Visit the full list of programs.
Since its founding in 1953 as part of Villanova University, Villanova Law had educated more than 10,000 lawyers who have taken their place in the profession. Our Augustinian Catholic heritage causes inspires Villanova Law to focus on the unique value of individual human lives.
Villanova University College of Professional Studies (CPS) provides academically rigorous undergraduate degrees, post-baccalaureate certificates, and non-degree programming—both on campus and online—for the adult learner and working professional.
Villanova University’s Colleges are home to a number of academic centers and institutes that promote intellectual curiosity and experiential learning.
Villanova faculty and students partner to serve as an engine of innovation–advancing knowledge, making discoveries and improving lives.
The Office of Academic Affairs regularly offers services and issues policies, publications and reports usually in a handbook format relevant to faculty and students.
The Augustinian ideal of community of learners helps students grow intellectually, professionally, and spiritually. Through intimate classroom experiences such as the Augustine and Culture Seminar undergraduate students and faculty participate in discussions that ask them to think critically.
Villanova students benefit from personal attention from 500 faculty members who inspire in and out of the classroom, engage in cutting-edge research, make breakthroughs in their disciplines, write books and win awards.
Falvey Memorial Library serves as the premier source of academic information for the Villanova University community through its collections, educational and consulting services, innovative technology, programming and physical facilities. Students have access to academic support through the Learning Commons which includes the library Research Center, Learning Support Services, the Math Learning Resource Center and the Writing Center.