University Catalog


Visit the current university catalog at http://catalog.misericordia.edu or use the links below to view previous versions.


The HTML version of the Misericordia University catalog supersedes any printed catalog or PDF version as the official catalog of Misericordia University. Misericordia reserves the right to make changes in the regulations and offerings announced in the printed/PDF version of the catalog, and in this official online version, as circumstances require. It is expected that the only changes will be the correction of errors and the inclusion of new courses and programs approved during the academic year.

2014-15 University Catalog

2014-15PDF formatHTML format

Previous catalogs

January 2014 EditionPDF formatHTML format
2013-2014PDF format
Spring 2013 Update HTML format
2012-2013PDF formatHTML format
Corrections to 2011-12 catalogPDF format
2011 - 2012PDF formatHTML format
2010 - 2011PDF formatHTML format

All catalogs prior to 2010 are in PDF format only
Addendum for Spring 2010PDF format
2009 - 2010PDF format
2008 - 2009PDF format
2007 - 2008PDF format
2006 - 2007PDF format
2005 - 2006PDF format
2004 - 2005PDF format

Students walking from the Mary Kintz Bevevino Library

News List

Seven members of the Misericordia University campus community participated in the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C., in January.
The U.S. Department of Education has been working to establish the Postsecondary Institution Rating System (PIRS) since President Obama announced it in August 2013. The proposed system is planned to provide consumers of higher education with objective data and information that helps students make educated decisions between different institutions. It also aims to improve the shared principles of access, affordability and outcomes. While the federal government's messaging is sound, the most recent update does little to allay the concerns that have been expressed by educators, students and families alike.
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