Gwynedd Mercy University

1325 Sumneytown Pike - PO Box 901 - Gwynedd Valley, PA 19437
  • Region: Mid Atlantic
  • Campus Setting: Suburban
  • Size: Small

Situated on 160 tree-lined acres 30 minutes outside of Philadelphia, Gwynedd Mercy University is known for preparing Distinctive Mercy Graduates - graduates who have what it takes to make a difference in their lives and in the lives of others. A Mercy institution founded on the values of the Sisters of Mercy, GMercyU is focused on educating the whole person - intellectually, spiritually, socially and morally. It's a place where values are valued, open dialogue is encouraged, and service is expected.

GMercyU believes that each person has the power to be a hero - to another individual, to a community, to the world. The University supports students in their quest to find their Superpowers. With excellent programs in nursing, allied health, arts and sciences, education, and business, students are encouraged to join a growing team of Distinctive Mercy Graduates.

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About Gwynedd Mercy University

Gwynedd Mercy University educates the whole person - intellectually, spiritually, socially, and morally. At GMercyU, you can choose from more than 40 academic programs and enjoy a vibrant student life on our private 160-acre campus close to Philadelphia, one of the largest cities on the east coast. Through an education rooted in service and the liberal arts, both traditional and adult students will be prepared to become Distinctive Mercy Graduates who become leaders and socially responsible citizens. Our small class sizes, experienced faculty and close-knit community helps you to turn your GMercyU education into a meaningful career.

Mission Statement

Gwynedd Mercy University-s a Catholic University founded and sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy. Our mission is to create a learning community, rooted in Gospel values and rich in the liberal arts. In an atmosphere of inquiry and dialogue, the University seeks to combine education for professional competency with the Mercy tradition of service to society.