- 4 Year
- HARRISONBURG, VA
- Academicsgrade B
- Valuegrade B
- Diversitygrade A
- Campusgrade B+
- Athleticsgrade B minus
- Party Scenegrade C+
- Professorsgrade B minus
- Locationgrade B+
- Dormsgrade B+
- Campus Foodgrade B minus
- Student Lifegrade B
- Safetygrade A minus
More than ever, the world needs people who can work together. At EMU, you can become a unifying leader where your experiences and skills are valued contributions. Set yourself apart wherever you go and whatever you do. Grow through rigorous academic programs and excel in challenging internships. Find your place and your career at EMU at our main campus in Harrisonburg, Virginia.
Together, we can accomplish great things.
Eastern Mennonite University Rankings
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Most Popular Majors
- Nursing82 Graduates
- Organizational Behavior Studies30 Graduates
- Liberal Arts and Humanities26 Graduates
- Biology13 Graduates
- Business9 Graduates
- Sport and Fitness Management8 Graduates
- Psychology7 Graduates
- Accounting6 Graduates
- Social Work and Youth Services6 Graduates
- Computer Science5 Graduates
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Find your engineering gift to the world in small classes where professors invest time in you and mentor you personally. Gain marketable skills through academic rigor. Prepare to serve the common good. Adventure into sustainability. Step boldly into intercultural study.
- Mix of Online and on Campus12%
- On Campus82%
- Willingness to work hard79%
- Like no other29%
- Only great if you are Mennonite14%
- Flexible and accomodating10%
Eastern Mennonite University Reviews
I have had a wonderful time interacting with professors and scheduling meetings 1-on-1 to talk about assignments and life in general. The opportunities to get involved in clubs and extracurriculars are extensive, and I have felt a general openness and optimism towards new ideas on campus. EMU's Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee works very hard to listen to each other's needs and the needs of campus. Grants are distributed to students who want to make a difference, and present their proposals to the committee.
Funding is a struggle at EMU, however. Because of its religious background, many alum donating money to the school are religious and sometimes unsupportive of the more progressive ideas and programs that are being put in place. There is also simply a smaller group of donors than a larger school, and so upkeep of older buildings is not maintained.