Misericordia Logo

Misericordia Logo

Find It Fast Panel

Upcoming Events

Admissions FAQ's

Fast Facts

Dr. Jay Stine

A Misericordia University Profile

Founded in 

1924by the Religious Sisters of Mercy

Located on

127acres in Dallas, Pennsylvania

Affiliated with the Roman Catholic Church


  • Full Time: 1,663  (66% women, 34% men) 
  • Part-time Undergraduate: 358 (78% women, 22% men)
  • Part-time Graduate: 219 (74% women, 26%)


Total Enrollment
69% women, 31% men

Financial Aid

Financial Aid

Approximately 99% of students receive some form of financial aid.

Click here to learn more about Financial Aid

Retention Rate

Students walking on Campus
  • 89% Fall to Fall
  • 82% First Year to Sophomore



Full time


hold Ph.D or other terminal degree


Student/Faculty Ratio

Professor at white board


Undergraduate Class Size


Student Average per Class

  • 18% of classes have 9 or fewer students
  • 46% have 19 or fewer students

Graduation Rate







Incoming Freshman

Misericordia Arch
  • Average SAT of 1140
  • 49% of them rank in the top 25% of their high school graduating class.


Academic Emphasis: Liberal arts, professional and pre-professional studies.

Academic Programs: 37 degree programs in three Academic CollegesArts and SciencesHealth Sciences & Education; and Business.


Graduation Procession

In 2018/2019 the following were awarded

  • 475 bachelor's degrees
  • 154 master's degrees
  • 67 doctor's degrees

Graduate Education

Graduate Education: Misericordia offers master's degrees in nursingeducationhealthcare analyticsPhysician Assistant Studies, and business. The occupational therapy and speech-language pathology programs are five-year, entry-level master's degree programs. The Doctorate in Occupational Therapy is designed to be completed part-time over a two year tri-semester period. The physical therapy program is a six and one half year program resulting in a bachelor's degree and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.

Intercollegiate Sports

Misericordia University competes in the NCAA Division III, Middle Atlantic Conference / MAC Freedom. Women's sports include basketball, soccer, field hockey, volleyball, swimming, softball, cross-country, cheerleading, lacrosse, golf, tennis and track and field. Men's sports include football, basketball, soccer, swimming, cross-country, baseball, golf, lacrosse, tennis and track and field.
Click here to learn more about Athletics




Campus Life


Clubs and Organizations

Special Organizations

Special Programs

Special Programs: Alternative Learner's Project (ALP) for college students who learn differently; Office of Service Learning, incorporating community service into academic study; Guaranteed Placement Program, special career preparation program; Fun and Fitness Program, providing a variety of athletic and creative activities for the community at the Anderson Sports-Health Center; Cultural Events, providing a variety of programs usually at no cost to the community.