THE VILLANOVA EXPERIENCE

The Villanova Experience in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences creates intellectually inspired, morally grounded graduates who have a global perspective and are prepared to lead, innovate, solve problems and work collaboratively in any endeavor.

Our students’ academic journey is both challenging and rewarding—enabling students to discover truth and meaning through knowledge exploration that goes beyond subject matter expertise to the realm of insight and wisdom.

At CLAS, student success occurs both inside and outside the classroom. Internships at top organizations prepare our CLAS graduates for careers that require creativity, analytical skills and communication expertise. As a result, our alumni are shapers of our economy and culture.

Irene Koch
“My internship at the Neill-Cochran House Museum in Austin, TX gave me a hands-on experience in public preservation of history. The experience taught me a great deal about the presentation of history to the public."

– Irene Koch '22 CLAS, History

Conducting mentored research with our outstanding faculty can be a transformational experience. From the time students start at Villanova, they can work side-by-side with faculty who are advancing knowledge that has a real-world impact.

“Research fascinates me because it is a way to explore the unknown and contribute to scientific knowledge. After graduation I hope to enter an MD-PhD program and to become a research-clinician specializing in oncology and cancer research.”

– Joey LaMorte ’23 CLAS, Biochemistry

Joey LaMorte

  

STUDENT RESOURCES


Check out the College podcast, Research that Resonates, and hear students talk about the research they are doing alongside faculty mentors.

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91%

of undergraduate students seeking an internship participate in at least one

92%

of undergraduate students seeking an international experience participated in at least one