Faculty members at Madonna University, a four-year, private liberal arts university, have been educating students in Livonia for nearly 75 years.
Conveniently located on 49 scenic acres at the corner of Schoolcraft and Levan roads, Madonna fosters the development of the whole student through career preparation, a liberal arts education and service learning. Students can choose from more than 75 undergraduate and 27 graduate programs in the colleges of business, nursing, education, science and math, arts and humanities, and social sciences. With a student/faculty ratio of 13-1, Madonna students enjoy individual attention from caring professors with real-world experience. Classes meet days, evenings and online to fit students’ busy schedules.
The university’s new Franciscan Center for Science and Media is the first Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certified “green” building in the city. When it comes to added value, Madonna boasts faculty who know students by name, a first-year experience to ease the transition to college, a writing center, campus ministry, a variety of clubs, community service projects, the Ford Technology Center, and 11 men’s and women’s athletic teams.
While the Madonna community is proud of its Catholic heritage and Franciscan values, students of varied religious, economic and cultural backgrounds are welcome. The most affordable, independent, liberal arts university in Michigan, Madonna University is transfer-friendly too.