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“At Philadelphia University, we believe that education is a lifelong experience. Since the late 19th century, we have been a leader in professional education - helping individuals meet the challenge of achieving their goals. Our innovative programs prepare our students for 21st century careers by giving them the Power to Do. Our graduates have consistently excelled in textile engineering, design, materials management and manufacturing. Today, Philadelphia University's alumni are global leaders in design, architecture, fashion, business, engineering, health professions, textiles, materials technology and science. To prepare such leaders, academic programs are grounded in the arts and sciences within an integrated curriculum and are taught with a hands-on approach by dedicated faculty. Our faculty are teachers, researchers and practitioners who are passionate about the University's mission. Here, personal attention and ongoing advisement are cornerstones. From the moment students enroll, they have a network of resources to help them transition to a university environment, support academically and facilitate their personal and professional development. These benefits, together with an emphasis on quality education, are the reasons why we bring out the best in every student. Philadelphia University, founded in 1884, is a private university with 3,100 part- and full-time students from 38 states and 30 countries. The University offers more than 50 undergraduate and graduate degree programs leading to the Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Architecture, Bachelor of Landscape Architecture, master's degrees and a doctoral degree in Textile Engineering and Science. Academic programs encompass architecture, design, business, engineering, textiles, fashion, science and health.”
My mommy goes here!
My mommy goes to school here & although we can't go inside the buildings together, we can play in the grass area!
the power to roo
this is not an official doggy run, but a bunch of doggies in the neighborhood really like to play here. it's okay as long as we don't poops on the soccer field or howl at the students whiles they are trying to work or sleep. i like to sniff at the bushes and try to catch squirrels on the grass, and sometimes i watch the lacrosse games. it is a good place to meet other doggies, too! (bring your potty clean-up bags, please!)