John Carroll University Overview
John Carroll University is a popular American university that located in the city of University Heights, Ohio. The slogan of this university is “For the greater glory of God”. The main target of this university is on the undergraduate and liberal arts studies. As of July 2018, the President of this educational institution is Jeanne M. Colleran. There are more than 70 academic programs available for the undergraduate programs in the college.
This university has affiliated by the Roman Catholic Church. Other affiliations of this educational institution include Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities, Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities, and Council of Independent Colleges. In total, the university has 21 varsity sports team, including 11 men’s and 10 women’s sports teams.
Also, there are more than 100 organizations in the university that are led by the students. Some of the popular ones are Signa Phi Epsilon, Arrupe, Center for Student Diversity & Inclusion.
John Carroll University Campus
The university’s campus divided into a variety of buildings that are constructed on the Collegiate Gothic architecture. Some major buildings of the university are Administration Building, Kulas Auditorium, Saint Francis Chapel, Tony DeCarlo Varsity Center, DolanCenter for Science and Technology, Student Residence Halls, O’Malley Center for Communications and Language Arts, Don Shula Stadium Complex, and DJ Lombardo Student Center.
John Carroll University Notable Alumni
Since its foundation, there are lots of notable people studied in this university who become successful in a variety of fields like media, military, religion, arts & entertainment, business, and sports. There is a long list that includes Paisley Kolodny, Tim Russert, Frank D. Celebrezze I, John Cranley, Tom Murphy, John D. Lavelle, Carter Ham, John Powers, and Joseph T Ellis.
It also consists of the well-known sportsmen like David Caldwell, London Fletcher-Baker, Wade Manning, Brian Polian, Nick Caserio, Peter Goodwin, Chris Polian, Tom Telesco, and Carl Taseff.