La Roche College is a private liberal arts institution in western Pennsylvania offering more than 50 undergraduate degree programs, with particular strengths in business, education, health and medical sciences, interior design and graphic design. La Roche offers a career-focused education to prepare student in today's competitive workforce.
Students at La Roche College find a combination of innovation education and hands-on instruction. This small, residential college provides a supportive and intimate learning environment for more than 1,400 men and women, including 1,065 full-time undergraduates. With a 13:1 student-faculty ratio, La Roche’s small class sizes allow faculty to provide personalized attention for students to reach their academic and career goals. Through a practice-based liberal arts curriculum and real-world training, the College provides students with the skills and knowledge that they need to succeed in a competitive workforce. Founded by the Congregation of the Sisters of Divine Providence in 1963, La Roche fosters global citizenship and creates a community of scholars from around the region, the nation and the world. It embraces its Catholic heritage while welcoming people of all religions and socioeconomic backgrounds, including students from 20 states and territories and 35 countries. With a legacy of social justice and a commitment to international exchange, La Roche educates students to be lifelong learners and achievers in an increasingly diverse and global society. La Roche promotes global awareness and provides opportunities for students to explore other cultures and traditions.
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