Read the latest stories and learn more about life and learning at Nazareth College.
Nazareth students and staff visit the White House to discuss interfaith cooperation on college campuses.
In the spirit of Martin Luther King Jr., the Nazareth community commits to stand up, step in and speak out.
Nazareth alumna Jeanne Kaidy earns a meeting with President Obama for her excellence in teaching science.
The Arts Center Gallery features Torch Song: The Metals Invitational through March 11.
On March 23, author Hannah Tinti visits Nazareth to discuss her New York Times Notable Book of the Year, The Good Thief.
Nazareth explores a growing movement that focuses on what students with autism can do—not on what they can’t.
An online resource to help you complete all the important tasks before classes begin in the fall.
On April 2, the Arts Center comes alive with performances of Chopiniana and Romeo & Juliet.
A day in the life of Nazareth student-athletes and basketball captains Erica Shaw '12 and Phil Scaffidi '12.
A tradition of literary magazines continues and flourishes at the College.
Nazareth College breaks ground on the new Integrated Center for Math and Science.
Nazareth College students receive a record number of prestigious Fulbright grants.
Nazareth's men's volleyball team wins the Division III national championships.
The Nazareth College community congratulates the Class of 2011 and offers some words of wisdom for life after Nazareth.
On May 8, 2011, Nazareth College held its eighty-fourth annual commencement ceremony. Congrats, Class of 2011!
Meet Dr. William Korth, one of the nation's foremost experts in fossilized rodents.
Nazareth announces men’s ice hockey as the newest addition to its DIII program.
Say "goodbye" to school and "hello" to hands-on summer learning at Nazareth.
Duncan Crawford '85 sets the stage for a successful career in Hollywood film and television.
From ARTWalk to the Arts Center stage, relive the second annual Arts Center Dance Festival.
New students move in and learn all they need to know about life at Nazareth.
Students from five African nations immerse themselves in American culture at Nazareth.
Alan Pascuzzi '91 uses 15th-century methods and techniques while teaching and working in 21st century Florence, Italy.
With a commitment to respect and diversity, Nazareth supports its LGBT community.
School of Management internships offer students real world experiences that reach beyond graduation.
Through social media and a new mobile site, connecting with Naz is easier than ever.
Benjamin Pate '12 and Jesse McGuire '12 challenge their fellow students to get involved in the political process.
Nazareth College wishes you a happy holiday season.
Nazareth Men’s Ice Hockey is gearing up for its inaugural fall 2012 season.
From a gross anatomy lab to state-of-the-art technology, watch this video that showcases the new Integrated Center for Math and Science.
A commitment to interfaith studies in Rochester and beyond.
Students find the freedom and support to start up clubs that meet their passions and interests.
Nazareth celebrates the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Tips on finding the right school for you.
A unique partnership brings current RIT students to Nazareth for a jumpstart on their master’s in education.
Recent Nazareth alumna Jessica Geraci '11 lands a coveted internship with NPR.
Professor Stephen Demanchick’s “secret life” inspired his career in creative arts therapy.
Connect with Naz students as they call for your support during the annual phonathon.
The Enlightened Earth exhibit runs through March 10 at the Nazareth College Arts Center Gallery.
With 3,000 U.S. universities to compare—and thousands of factors to mull over—it’s not easy to sort through the college clutter. Here are some key reasons to choose Nazareth.
On March 28, author Debra Dean visits Nazareth College to discuss her bestselling debut novel, The Madonnas of Leningrad.
Nazareth College receives national recognition from the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for its commitment to civic engagement.
Professor Ginny Skinner-Linnenberg’s “secret life” conveys career ethics in the classroom.
Nazareth College and CDS Monarch partner to present a conference to discuss one of the fastest-growing developmental disabilities in the U.S.
Nazareth to refurbish locker rooms with assist from Jeff Van Gundy '85.
Meet four members of the Nazareth community and learn what makes them soar and succeed.
The Nazareth College community prepares to celebrate the accomplishments of the Class of 2012.
Check out the latest issue of Connections, the official magazine of Nazareth College.
Learn about our outstanding graduate programs. Attend an information session on Thursday, May 24.
Stars align for Kaeleigh Beebe '15 when her Nazareth connections take her backstage on Broadway!
A photography exhibition at Nazareth to empower the homeless and educate the community.
U.S. News & World Report cites Nazareth College #13 in the Best Value category (regional universities, North).
Katie McFarland '12 is the sixth Fulbright recipient in 2012, making it a record-breaking number for the College.
From July 12-21, the Nazareth College Arts Center Dance Festival invites you to explore and experience the art of dance.
Nazareth receives $2M gift to name the new Integrated Center for Math and Science.
Nazareth ranks in the top 15 percent of colleges and universities nationwide committed to the needs of veteran-students.
Goodwell Nzou’s passion for chemistry and love of music made Nazareth College his perfect match.
Congratulations on being admitted to Nazareth! There are many things to do before you arrive on campus in the fall. MyNaz is here to help.
Six refugee high school students work to improve their English while getting a taste of college life.
Sophomore and CEO Cherise Madigan’s weekly Skype sessions are changing and saving the lives of women worldwide.
When the weather’s fine school is out, but fun and learning are in session at Nazareth.
On May 12, 2012, Nazareth College held its eighty-fifth annual commencement ceremony. Congrats, Class of 2012.
Nazareth College helps Veteran-students like Phil Rouin '13G transition from military to academic life.
Join with us to invest in the programs and facilities that will allow Nazareth College to continue to meet the needs of the Rochester community.
Graduate social work students use their skills to make one city neighborhood a better place to live.
Check out the latest issue of Connections, the official magazine of Nazareth College.
New students move in and learn all they need to know about campus life. Welcome to the Nazareth College family.
View a video message from those whose lives you’ve touched with your generosity.
U.S. News & World Report cites Nazareth College #33 in the Best Regional Universities category (North).
Join us for a fun-filled weekend from October 19 - 21 and experience for yourself why Nazareth is a great place to be.
Future teachers, health care workers and scientists can start their training in Peckham Hall, home of the Integrated Center for Math and Science.
The Nazareth Golden Flyers Men's Ice Hockey team is ready to face off against Geneseo for the inaugural game on October 18.
Men's Golden Flyer Ice Hockey team wins its first game in thrilling overtime fashion!
Join us on November 2 at 7 p.m. in the Nazareth College Arts Center for "Letters Home," a powerful production and presentation of actual letters written by soldiers serving in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked Nazareth College #1 (master's institutions category) in its Top Producers of U.S. Fulbright Students, 2012-2013 list.
Join us Monday, Nov. 12 as Nazareth honors the contributions of the men and women who serve and have served in our armed forces.
Students and faculty explore how melodies and harmonies can improve the memory skills of individuals with dementia.
Nazareth theatre arts students Glo Gambino ’13 and Katie Ganem ’13 are acting, directing, writing, and striving for Broadway.
Nazareth refurbishes the Golden Flyers' locker rooms with assist from Jeff Van Gundy ’85.
Join us from Nov. 9 - Dec. 21 in the Nazareth College Arts Center Gallery for an exhibition focusing on 13 living and renowned African American artists who make printmaking a regular part of their practice.
Nazareth's College of Arts and Sciences offers several new majors this fall and in fall of 2013, demonstrating a commitment to liberal arts and sciences education and supporting professional preparation for students.
Professor Kim McGann’s “secret life” is one way she brings real-life experiences back to the classroom to share with her students.
With your gifts to Nazareth College, you touch countless lives.
Garth Fagan Dance returns to the Nazareth College Arts Center Nov. 27 - Dec. 2 featuring new choreography by Tony award winner Garth Fagan, and music by Pulitzer Prize winner Wynton Marsalis.
Ready for an up-close look at Nazareth? Register for a prospective freshman information session on December 8.
Join us on Monday, January 21, 2013 as Nazareth College celebrates the life and legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr.
The biology program at Nazareth paved the way for Kelly Noble '11 to pursue her medical degree. Find out how other biology alumni are shining in their field of study.
Nazareth College wishes you a happy holiday season!
Check out the latest issue of Connections, the alumni magazine of Nazareth College.
Jasmine Spence '14 started Nazareth College's first step team. It's just one of the many ways students can get involved on campus.
Nazareth College has been awarded the highest honor a college can receive for its commitment to volunteering, service-learning, and civic engagement.
What's it really like to be a student at Nazareth College? These Golden Flyers are blogging all about it.
An HIV research project gives biochemistry major Moudi Hubeishy '14 a chance to think beyond textbooks and solve real-world problems.
With a hipster career in social media and a cool NYC address, communication and rhetoric major Judith Sully ’11 is living proof that internships will move your career ahead.
On March 27, author Luis Alberto Urrea visits Nazareth College to discuss his national best-seller, Into the Beautiful North.
A visit to America, and to Nazareth College, inspired Zubah Yennego, Jr. to work for change in his home country of Liberia.
Professor William Hopkins' “secret life” enriches him professionally. It is an important lesson he shares with all his students.
U.S. News & World Report cites Nazareth College in the Best Regional Universities category (North) for 2013.
Journalist Priyanka Borpujari shares her views on human rights and the changing face of India.
Nazareth inducts its first members of the new Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society on March 22.