Susquehanna University is a four-year, co-educational, private liberal arts university in Selinsgrove , in central Pennsylvania , United States. The University is situated in the Susquehanna Valley approximately 50 miles 80 km north of Pennsylvania's state capital, Harrisburg. Susquehanna University enrolls more than 2, undergraduate students from 35 states and 17 countries, and maintains a student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1. A large majority of students live on campus all four years and as of , all students participate in a cross-cultural study away or service learning experience known as the GO Program. Noteworthy alumni include several Pennsylvania political representatives and CEOs of Fortune companies.
As citizens of the Susquehanna bioregion, we are heirs to a unique identity which connects us all. We are linked by an irrevocable bond: Susquehanna country. The beauty of the Susquehanna River has been greatly preserved from the ravages of industry due to a natural shallowness, but fickle human agency also played a role: a lateth century robber baron nixed the blasting of a shipping channel to save his railroad empire. The passage of this east-west and west-east flowing river defines the Southern Tier of the Empire State, then, flowing north-south, splits the Keystone State into three distinct regions.
Susquehanna University is a private university in Selinsgrove, Pennsylvania , in the Susquehanna Valley. When the sister college closed in , the missionary institute became co-educational , and in it became a four-year school renamed Susquehanna University. Susquehanna University enrolls more than 2, undergraduate students from 33 states and 23 countries,  and maintains a student-to-faculty ratio of 12 to 1. Most students are required to live on campus all four years  and as of , all students participate in a cross-cultural study away or service learning experience known as the GO Program. Having already assisted in the founding of Gettysburg Seminary , Kurtz wanted to create another institution to expand the form of American Lutheranism that he and his contemporaries Samuel Simon Schmucker , founder and first president of Gettysburg College , and Samuel Sprecher , second president of Wittenberg College , advocated.
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