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Neumann University was founded in 1965 by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia under the name of Our Lady of Angels College. Due to the significant role Bishop John Neumann had in establishing the school, it was renamed to Neumann College in 1980 to honor him. Recently, in 2009 the College gained approval and became Neumann University. Neumann University is a private, Roman Catholic, four-year, not-for-profit institution and is located in Aston, Pennsylvania.

Students have a broad range of options academically at Neumann University. Degrees are offered at all levels of vocational training, undergraduate academics, and graduate research. Neumann also offers online programs for adult learners, conferring bachelor's and master's degrees.

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Middle States Commission on Higher Education

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