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Expressway Accelerated Degrees

Misericordia University’s Expressway Program is the quickest route to a bachelor's degree.

It is designed for working adults who want to earn their degree in a timely manner, have prior college credits (not required), and have work or relevant life experience. Students have the ability to enroll and start taking classes 6 times during the year, not just in the fall and spring.

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  • Affordable tuition - 0% increase for 2024-2025
  • Take up to four three-credit courses per semester
  • Option of skipping a term at your busiest time of year
  • Earn a bachelor's degree in as little as two and one-half years
  • Immediately links classroom learning to workday responsibilities
  • Convenient, predictable scheduling
  • Highly qualified faculty members who practice professionally in their field
  • Personal attention and supportive adult learning environment
  • Prior learning and CLEP opportunities


  • Online
  • Hybrid - Our Social Work students meet one night every other week from 6-10:15 pm at LCCC Nanticoke. This format includes a classroom and an online component.

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Veteran Services

Misericordia welcomes the men and women who have served or are currently serving our country in the U.S. Armed Forces, including spouses and dependents. 

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Click here for information about Misericordia's Veteran Services including the Yellow Ribbon program.


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Student Satisfaction

Why is an accelerated degree program the road best traveled? Adult Students at Misericordia University participated in a national, higher education service survey conducted by the Noel-Levitz Company.

In categories such as instructional effectiveness, academic advising, registration effectiveness, service excellence and many other areas, Misericordia University's accelerated format and part-time, adult education programs scored significantly higher than the national average reported by adults at other institutions.