Spalding University - Bachelor's Degree

Spalding has undergone many changes since its origins. The university was originally called Nazareth College. It was founded by the sisters of the Charity of Nazareth, part of the Catholic Church. Spalding offers 33 degree programs. The most popular majors are nursing, business, and occupational therapy. The university has an art gallery, a counseling center, a service-living volunteer program, and a multicultural student organization.

  • Average Tuition USD 39,744

School Description

Spalding is affiliated with the Catholic Church. The university colors are blue and yellow, and the mascot is a golden eagle.

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  • Minimum GPA 2.00
  • Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 75
  • Minimum SAT 1100
  • Minimum ACT 12

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    Established in 1814

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    Spalding is a predominately commuter campus.

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        901 South Fourth Street, Louisville, KY 40203, United States

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            2015-2016, MSW

            Spalding is a fantastic university with small class sizes that makes your education a personalized experience. Spalding has flexible evening and online programs for working adults, and a top notch faculty! Their programs are rigorous, but faculty are extremely supportive! Best decision I have made in terms of education! I highly recommend Spalding University!

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            2012-2014, BA

            The small class sizes enable the professor and student to know one another. I felt each professor took a personal interest in mentoring the students and were available beyond the class for advice and assistance acquiring knowledge. I feel that I can count them among my support network even after graduation.

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            1983-1986, BA

            What I liked was the small class size. I could actually develop a relationship with the intstructor as opposed to being just another student occupying a seat in a large auditorium. I have fond memories of the staff who taught my Pre-medicine courses like Microbiology and A&P. Sister Althaire Greene and Sister Julia Claire Fontaine will always hold a special place in my heart.