The University of Dubuque is a private, Presbyterian, coeducational, professional university with a foundation in the liberal arts. Our commitment is to nurturing the mind, body, and spirit as well as encouraging students to explore their fullest potential, is part of a rich Christian identity that dates back to the University's founding in 1852. Our welcoming interfaith community of 2000 students attracts young men and women from across the country and around the globe who seek the knowledge and the skills to make a difference in our ever-changing world. Within a values and faith base, we offer you an array of perspectives and broad exposure to our truly global society. The University comprises the undergraduate college, the graduate school, and the theological seminary.
The University of Dubuque is a private university offering undergraduate, graduate, and theological seminary degrees, and other educational opportunities with the intention of educating and forming the whole person. The University is comprised of individuals from the region, our nation, and the world.
The University of Dubuque is a private, four-year, coeducational, professional university with a focus in the liberal arts. Founded in 1852, the University has a heritage of uncompromising commitment to academic excellence and spiritual growth. The scenic 77-acre campus is located in the heart of Dubuque, Iowa.
Our mission of encouraging intellectual, moral and spiritual development dates back to the University’s founding. A small campus community, the University offers a 15:1 student-faculty ratio. Students can earn a bachelor’s degree in 16 areas; master of business administration (MBA) and master of arts in communication (MAC) degrees; and, master's and doctorate degrees in the theological seminary. Our LIFE program offers accelerated degrees for adult learners.
As members of the Iowa Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and NCAA Division III, University men and women compete in 21 conference sports as well as in a variety of intramural athletics and wellness classes.
Throughout our history, the University has been known as a place of educational opportunity. Even today, a large portion of our students are first-generation college students. Twenty percent of the student population is comprised of men and women from underrepresented populations. The University of Dubuque's welcoming interfaith community of 2,000 students comes from across the country and around the globe.