University News

Ceremony set for new bell tower unveiling

The Troubadour | 10/02/2023
Ava Dzurenda, Features Editor for The Troubadour, published an insightful look into the significance of bells on campus and the journey that brought this particular bell to its new home. Ava is a junior Exercise Physiology and Science Writing double major with a minor in Communications. She is from White Oak, Pennsylvania.

Academic year opens with Mass of Holy Spirit

University Communications & Marketing | 08/25/2023
We were blessed to open the first week of the 2023-24 academic year on Thursday, August 24 with the traditional Mass of the Holy Spirit on the campus mall. View the photo gallery.

Class of 2027 Flash Facts

University Communications & Marketing | 08/22/2023
This week the Class of 2027 officially started their undergraduate college journey at Saint Francis University. Learn more about the incoming class.

Saint Francis University names Mr. and Miss Frankie

University Communications & Marketing | 05/17/2023
Saint Francis University seniors Antonio Campitell and Rachel Lynne Langsdorf were named Mr. and Miss Frankie during the President’s Awards Convocation on May 2.

2023 President's Convocation Awards

University Communications & Marketing | 05/12/2023
The President's Awards Convocation was held on Tuesday, May 2, 2023, in the Maurice Stokes Athletics Center.

Four stand-out educators receive Dr. John Powers Outstanding Educator Award

University Communications & Marketing | 05/10/2023
Saint Francis University presents the Dr. John Powers Outstanding Educator Award to a deserving elementary or secondary teacher or administrator each spring. This year, the university presented the award to four outstanding educators during the Saint Francis University President's Awards Convocation on May 4, 2023.

41st Annual Red Mass and Law Day celebrated

University Marketing & Communications | 05/01/2023
Keynote speaker Noel Francisco focused on the importance of religion to a free society, what lawyers can do to protect religious freedom, and why it is essential that Catholic lawyers do this important work in a principled way but with the utmost civility and compassion towards their fellow citizens.