Salve Regina University International Admissions : Page 1

SALVE REGINA UNIVERSITY 100 Ochre Point Ave., Newport, Rhode Island, U.S.A. Learn. Live. Make a difference. +1 401 341 2372 intladmit@salve.edu www.salve.edu Why apply to Salve Regina? A G LOBAL M ISSION . A focus on social justice, international understanding, study abroad and in-ternational exchange. For informed citizens and a better world. Globally focused majors and minors. 40% of recent graduates have studied abroad in another country. S MALL C LASSES . A student to faculty ratio of 14 to 1, with more than 40 majors in professional fields and the arts and sciences. All supported by a broad liberal arts perspective and service to the community. S UPPORT FOR I NTERNATIONAL S TUDENTS . Dedicated international student advisors. An English language program to further develop language skills. Programming and activities to help students connect to our community and adjust to the American education system and culture. Where is Salve Regina? Salve Regina University is located in Newport, Rhode Island, a small city of 25,000 located in the Northeast of the United States, one hour south of Boston on the southern coast of New England, an area rich with universities. Home of the International Tennis Hall of Fame, Newport is famous as a sailing, surfing and tourist destination. Students can safely walk or bike to the nearby beaches or to the center of the harborside town to access shops, restaurants, cafes, banks, and social and cultural activities. Public transportation options provide easy access to the nearby cities of Providence BOSTON • and Boston. NEWPORT, R.I. NEW YORK CITY F ACULTY E XPERTS in global studies, cultural and historic preservation, Amercian art, security and intelligence, microbiology, education, global health and more. All dedicated teachers, mentors and friends. A C O -EDUCATIONAL C ATHOLIC U NIVERSITY with a diverse and close-knit community of 2,000 undergraduates and 575 graduates of all faiths, from 35 states and 20 nations. E XCEPTIONAL O N -C AMPUS S TUDENT H OUSING . Freshmen live in larger residence halls to build community. Almost all sophomores live in one-of-a-kind rooms within historic mansions. Juniors and seniors have the opportunity to live in on-campus apartments. All in a safe, comfortable environment on one of the most beautiful campuses in the country. • • Newport, R.I., U.S.A. • WASHINGTON, D.C. • A L ANDMARK , O CEANFRONT C AMPUS featuring 21 structures of historic significance. A W IDE A RRAY OF C LUBS & O RGANIZA -TIONS . More than 40 student-run organizations. Honor societies and professional associations. Choral groups, dance troupes, music ensembles and theater groups. Service clubs and campus ministries. Distance from Newport, RI to: Providence . . . . . . . . . . 39 km Boston . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 99 km New York City . . . . . . . 237 km Washington, D.C. . . . 563 km A C OMPETITIVE A THLETICS P ROGRAM . MIAMI Average Daytime Temperatures Autumn.........Sept. -Nov..............65° F......18° C Winter ...........Dec. -Feb. .............45° F........8° C Spring............March -May ..........60° F......15° C Summer.........June -August .......80° F......26° C • NCAA Division III, with 19 varsity sports, from football to ice hockey and sailing. Plus a top rugby team, other club sports and fitness classes. 95% S UCCESS R ATE : Within one year of grad-uation, 75% of Salve Regina graduates are employed professionally and 20% attend graduate school.

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