Christopher Newport provides a liberal arts and sciences education that stimulates intellectual inquiry and fosters civic engagement. Students acquire qualities of mind and spirit that prepare them to lead lives of significance.
A four-year public university in Newport News, Virginia, Christopher Newport University enrolls 5,000 students in rigorous academic programs in the liberal arts and sciences through the College of Arts and Humanities, the College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences, the College of Social Sciences and the Luter School of Business. CNU offers great teaching and small class sizes with an emphasis on leadership, civic engagement and honor.
At Christopher Newport, we want you to be successful in your studies. Even more importantly, we want you to lead a life of significance. With that in mind, we have designed an undergraduate experience to instruct and inspire great leaders for the 21st century. We want students who will make the world a better place — young women and men with a passion for engagement and a strong sense of civic responsibility.
CNU’s outstanding curriculum shapes hearts and minds for a lifetime of service. From the moment you arrive on campus, you will enjoy countless opportunities to develop strong leadership traits. Your journey begins in the classroom, where you will study with distinguished faculty — accomplished scholars of outstanding quality. Outside the classroom — from athletics to clubs and student organizations — you will enhance your leadership skills by collaborating closely with your peers. You will work together on projects and initiatives that make a lasting impact on our campus, community and the world.
|Application Plan||Deadline to Apply||Notification Date|
|Early Decision||November 15||December 15|
|Early Action||December 1||January 15|
|Regular Decision||February 1||March 15|
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