Situated on 150 acres of beautiful buildings and grounds.
23 buildings, including 11 residence halls, a 2,200-seat stadium and all-weather track, and the five-story Golisano Academic Center.
New residence hall, Clock Tower Commons, opened in 2008.
The Nazareth College Arts Center, which houses the departments of theatre arts, music, and art, has entertained almost three million people since it opened in 1967. The Arts Center went under a major renovation in 2009.
On-campus clinics for speech and hearing, reading, and physical therapy give students practical experience are are also open to the Rochester community.
23 intercollegiate athletic teams compete at the Division III level.
Nazareth athletes rank among the top 10 NCAA Division III Schools nationwide in overall graduation rates.
Nazareth's athletics teams routinely bring home league and NCAA accolades and its student athletes are recognized for being in the top 10% of Division III athletes nationwide for average GPA.
In 2007, Nazareth won Empire 8 Conference titles in women's field hockey and men's lacrosse.
In 2007, swimmer Emily Lesher won a NCAA National title in the 400 Individual Medley.
Nazareth has more than 28,500 alumni residing in 49 out of 50 states and 38 countries around the world.
93 percent of graduates are either employed or enrolled in graduate school.
81 percent of graduates are working in jobs related to their academic major.
75 percent of graduates participated in a career-related internship prior to graduation; 93 percent reported the experience to be valuable.
Nazareth's six-year graduate rate is 72 percent, while the regional average is 62 percent.