Program areas at University of Scranton
Higher education; student financial aid total institutional financial aid awards processed and disbursed by the financial aid office amounted to $81,482,802 to recipients. Additionally, the financial aid office processed $48,762,986 of financial aid in the form of loans to students. During the 2020-2021 academic year 3,580 unduplicated recipients received some form of financial aid. Loans provided to students and their parents include federal stafford, plus, and alternative loans.continued on schedule o.higher education; instruction provides undergraduate and graduate instruction to 3,658 undergraduate and 1,299 graduate students. There are 70 undergraduate major programs, 34 graduate (masters) level programs, four doctoral programs, and over 100 continuing and professional education programs taught at the University.
Higher education; student services and activities: expenditures or activities whose purpose is to contribute to students' emotional and physical well-being and development outside the classroom.
Higher education; auxiliary services: provides dormitory and food services to approximately 2,151 resident students and food services to commuter students, faculty, staff and administration.
Higher education; academic support: includes expenses applicable to an integral part of the University's primary mission of instruction, research, or public service that are not charged directly to these programs.
Higher education; library: expenses incurred in operating an 80,000 sq. Ft. University library. The library contains over 633,035 volumes, 203,507 full-text online books, and a media collection holing 22,544 non-print items and 9,085 streaming media programs for student and general public study and research.
Higher education, public service: funds expended for activities established primarily to provide non-institutional services beneficial to individuals and groups external to the University. These expenses do not include over 175,000 community service hours provided by University students.
Higher education, research: includes the cost associated with grants/awards to produce research either funded internally or commissioned by an agency external to the University.