In 1937, Madonna University (then known as Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Junior College) was established by Mother Mary DeSales Tocka and her council in the Felician Central Convent in Livonia, with a first year enrollment of 18 Sisters.
The Center for Research (CFR) promotes quality research practices, scholarship, and creative endeavors through its key activities. CFR activities include coordination of the university’s:
The Office of Career Development offers programs and services that support students and recent graduates who are initiating and implementing their career plans. Working within an ethical framework reflecting Catholic and Franciscan values, the office is dedicated to supporting students’ employability, reinforcing their social responsibility and commitment to serving others, creating opportunities to strengthen employer connections, and exploring post-degree education and employment options.
Student Senate represents student-athletes, organizations, school spirit, the University’s various colleges, and many more subgroups including the student body at large.
The Madonna University library provides quality resources, research assistance, and instruction in an atmosphere that reflects Christian service and values. Walk-in research clinics, author events, a casual coffee room, and more help make the library a pleasant yet educational experience
Technology permeates Madonna’s campus in smart classrooms, all-digital editing suites, mobile learning tools, social networking, and electronic signage.
Students can receive helpful information about prevention programs, stress management, conflict resolution, work/life balance, self-esteem and many other areas from our office.
Madonna University receives its institutional accreditation through the Higher Learning Commission (HLC).
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