Traditional and adult learners enroll in the College of Undergraduate Studies to pursue their associate or bachelor’s degrees. Our innovative undergraduate curriculum offers academic majors and concentrations that align with students’ unique interests and career goals. In addition, foundational core courses and professional experiences integrate the skills needed in the workplace of tomorrow, preparing Stritch graduates to succeed in the communities where they live, work, serve and lead.
Create your future
At Stritch, we are focused on your success.
Most undergraduates enroll in the College of Undergraduate Studies at Cardinal Stritch University. Every Stritch student will develop a number of essential abilities that will enable self-discovery, meaningful study and career success:
- Self-awareness and self-expression
- Critical and analytical thinking
- Creativity, curiosity and innovation
- Ability to be a life-long learner
- Resilience and resourcefulness
- Cultural agility
All of our undergraduate and graduate classes are taught by professors with proven expertise in their fields of study who, grounded by our four Franciscan Values, strive to provide students with the knowledge, skills, and disposition needed to be successful in whatever field of study they choose to pursue.
6 Benefits of a Liberal Arts College Degree in the 21st Century
A great article about the value of a liberal arts education from moneycrashers.com
The value of a liberal arts education
Through exploration of relevant issues, concepts and methods across the humanities, the arts, and the natural and social sciences, you will learn to think broadly, read critically, and write clearly.
For 80+ years Stritch has been providing liberal arts education and seeing the benefits in the lives of our 38,000 alumni. Learn more about the value of a liberal arts education in today’s world.
Explore Stritch's Learning Communities
While college itself is a learning community, a “Learning Community” provides opportunities for students to enjoy personalized educational experiences with a group of likeminded peers. Learn about Stritch's Learning Communities:
- LDRS Initiative
- Franciscan Servant Scholars
- Honors Program
October 06, 2019
400+ Stritch students, faculty, staff participate in Service Day 2019, On the Table discussion
December 19, 2019
Stritch and Milwaukee Jewish Day School students create museum exhibits
February 24, 2020
Three students earn recognition in Delta Epsilon Sigma national writing competition
Expand your mind. Psych at Stritch! (Webinar)
December 01, 2020
Graduate Information Session: M.S. in Educational Leadership & Special Ed & Pupil Services
December 02, 2020
Mary: Walking Humbly with God (Upper Zoom)
December 02, 2020