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Messiah at a glance

Messiah at a glance

Messiah at a Glance

founded in 1909 located in Mechanicsburg,
Pennsylvania
college motto Christ
Preeminent

school colors scholl colors athletics mascot Falcons

Mission and Identity Messiah College is a Christian college of the liberal and applied arts and sciences. Our mission is to educate men and women toward maturity of intellect, character and Christian faith in preparation for lives of service, leadership and reconciliation in church and society. Read more Our History Messiah College was founded in 1909 by the Brethren in Christ Church. Now, the College's faith base is broadly evangelical and includes students and employees from a variety of denominations and Christian faith traditions. Read more

Academic Programs

150+ Undergraduate
programs
27 Graduate degrees and certificate programs Rigorous
College Honors
Program

Summer online courses 3-year degree options 76% 4-year grad rate (vs. 52% national average)
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Student Body

students icon 3,305 Undergraduate and graduate students
UNDERGRADUATE 61% female | 39% male male female icon GRADUATE 73% female | 27% male
2,788 undergraduate students from 38 states and 29 countries
517graduate students from 33 states
2,317undergrad students live in on-campus housing

Tuition and Aid

100% of undergraduate students
receive financial aid
award
#3 Great school,
great price
Source: 2017 U.S. News and World Report
AVERAGE AID PACKAGE = $24,546 for first-year students

Study Abroad

84% of Messiah's student body studies or serves abroad Last year, more than
600 undergraduate students
studied abroad in more than 40 countries.
Off-campus programs

Careers and Internships

89 Internship sites
per year
403 Available
internships
per year(average)

98% of the undergraduate Class of 2016 respondents indicated they were employed or in grad/professional programs within 6-9 months after graduation
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Athletics

27 NCAA Division III Champions 129 Conference team champions 275 NCAA Division III All-Americans

16 NCAA Division III
National Players
of the Year
23 NCAA
Division III
sports
  • baseball (M)
  • basketball (M/W)
  • cross country (M/W)
  • field hockey (W)
  • golf (M)
  • indoor track and field (M/W)
  • lacrosse (M/W)
  • outdoor track and field (M/W)
  • soccer (M/W)
  • softball (W)
  • tennis (M/W)
  • wrestling (M)
  • swimming (M/W)
  • volleyball (M/W)