A Misericordia University Education

The Trinity of Learning

An education at Misericordia University combines quality academics, professional preparation, and service leadership—our Trinity of Learning. The Trinity of Learning prepares students for a lifetime of learning and achievement.

Student Satisfaction

According to recent national surveys, 91% of our first-year students said they were satisfied or very satisfied with their university experience, compared to about 86% of students in other schools in the survey.* They cited greater contact with faculty; orientation, advisement, and academic assistance; financial aid services; computer, classroom, library, health and recreational facilities; and housing as major reasons why they felt comfortable and supported.

Undergraduate Educational Goals

In fulfillment of its mission, Misericordia University provides a learning community which prepares its baccalaureate graduates to:

  1. Reflect the values of mercy, justice, and hospitality in their actions.
  2. Contribute to their communities through service and leadership.
  3. Consider ethical issues and values and make reasoned judgments about them.
  4. Think independently and creatively, analyze information critically, and solve problems.
  5. Respect and understand cultural differences.
  6. Understand global perspectives.
  7. Communicate and interact effectively.
  8. Understand and appreciate the arts, humanities, science, and technology.
  9. Succeed in their academic disciplines.
  10. Pursue life-long learning.

* National Survey of Student Engagement, 2009 Indiana University.