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About the School:

Shenandoah University is a private, nationally recognized institution that was founded in 1875. Its campus size is 359 acres and has a total enrollment of around 3,700 students. Shenandoah represents students from 47 states and 50 countries. Admission to this university is considered selective, with an acceptance rate of 74%. On average, students who get enrolled here have an SAT score between 1000 to 1200 or an ACT score of 18 to 26.

The university offers academic programs in 200+ areas of study. Popular subjects include nursing, business administration, psychology, biological science, music, communication, and public health. The tuition & fees are charged at approx. $33,800. Financial aids are also available and are provided in the form of scholarships, loans, work-study, and grants.

Online Presence:

Shenandoah University provides online degrees at bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral levels. Students also have the option to enroll in a variety of graduate certification programs. Available programs include:

Bachelor’s Degrees:

  • Nursing RN to BSN Track

Master’s Degrees:

  • Applied Behavior Analysis
  • Nursing MSN Nurse-Midwifery
  • Performing Arts Leadership & Management
  • Doctor of Pharmacy/Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine Dual Degree
  • Doctor of Pharmacy/Public Health Dual Program
  • Pharmacogenomics & Personalized Medicine
  • Physician Assistant/Public Health Dual Program
  • Public Health

Visit their online programs page to get the full list.

Laptop Programs:

All incoming full-time freshmen and full-time graduate students are offered university-owned and configured MacBook Pro 13” laptops and 128GB Apple iPad 10.2” with an Apple Pencil. Students need to pay a technology fee, which covers networking services provided by the university. To know more, visit their IMLearning FAQs page.


Shenandoah University has accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission.

To know more about laptop programs, click here.