Gannon University

Location
Erie, PA
Student Size
4,251
College Type
Private University|Religious
Accceptance Rate
79%
Average Cost Per Year
$22,839
Student To Faculty Ratio
13:1

About Our College

Gannon University was first established in 1933 as the two-year Cathedral College by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Erie. In 1944, the school became the four-year men's school Gannon College of Arts and Sciences, named in honor of the then-Bishop of Erie, John Mark Gannon, the driving force behind its opening and development. The college became coeducational in 1964 and gained university status in 1979.[2][3]

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