Celebrating the start of a new chapter - more prepared and ready to lead.

Prepared. Confident. Ready.

Ursinus invests in liberal arts skills that prepare students to excel in tomorrow’s economy and job paths that don’t exist at this point. How they define success is ultimately up to them, but we can guarantee our graduates are strongly positioned, more motivated, highly creative and ready to lead.

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Find Your Future. From day one we can jumpstart your four-year career action plan, starting with self-assessment, career awareness and planning. Stop by the Career and Post-Graduate Development Office in Bomberger Hall.

Our alumni network is strong. Combine that with faculty and staff who cherish their mentoring role, small class sizes that encourage contribution, and tight-knit departments that foster lifelong connections. From day one, Ursinus College prepares you to be a… 

Notable Alumni

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Joe DeSimone ’86

Co Founder and CEO of Carbon

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Steve Donahue ’84

Head Basketball Coach, University of Pennsylvania

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Cynthia Fisher ’83

Managing director of WaterRev, LLC investment firm, founder of ViaCord and Director at Boston Beer Co.

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U.S. Ambassador Joseph Melrose ’66

American diplomat who served as United States Ambassador to Sierra Leone during the final years of the Sierra Leone Civil War.

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Building Your Brand - Beth Rubino

Beth Rubino ’85

Chief People Office, QVC/Qurate Retail

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Dan Mullen ’94

Dan Mullen ’94

Head Football Coach for the University of Florida Gators

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J.D. Salinger

American writer known for his novel The Catcher in the Rye

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Dr. Aakash Shah ’10

Rhodes Scholar and named one of 19 White House Fellows for 2021-2022.

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W. Robert Crigler ’56

W. Robert Crigler ’56

Ursinus’ first African American graduate and the namesake of our Crigler Program

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Gerald Edelman ’50

1972 Nobel Prize Winner in Medicine

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Weintraub

Matt Weintraub ’90

Bucks County District Attorney

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Meet 10 Ursinus Graduates of the Last Decade

Yousif Yahya ’16

Zeba Hussaini ’14

Jill Falduto ’18

Philip Desimone ’12

Roger Lee ’ 12

Chris Polster ’12

Sarah Huang ’14

Mubarak Lawrence ’10 & Alex Peay ’09

Kelly Reynolds ’12

Ben Allwein ’18

Quick Facts

75%

Acceptance rate for students pursuing post-graduate studies in medicine or the health professions

Law School Bound 2021

Sam Sjosten

Samuel Sjosten

Class of 2020 | Douglassville, PA

Drexel Law

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Julia Adams

Class of 2019 | Mohnton, PA

Widener Delaware Law School

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Corinne Cichowicz standing next to a sign for William and Mary Law School

Corinne Cichowicz

Class of 2019 | King of Prussia, PA

William & Mary Law School

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Chase Opperman

Class of 2021 | Albany, NY

Notre Dame Law School

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Lily Talerman

Lily Talerman

Duke University School of Law

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David Drea

Class of 2019 | Jamison, PA

Thomas R. Kline School of Law at Drexel University

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Megan McTaggart

Class of 2019 | Hatboro, PA

William and Mary Law School

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Alexandra Nigro

Villanova University’s Paralegal Program

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Paul Ravelli

Paul Ravelli

Class of 2021 | Haddonfield, NJ

Rutgers Law

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Matthew Schmitz

Matthew Schmitz

Class of 2021 | Lewis Center, Ohio

University of Minnesota Law School

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Did You Know?

Ursinus is one of only 14 colleges

in the nation to host a Peace Corps Prep program for student pursuing international service.