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 Career Development Office provides assistance to students, graduates, and alumni by converting the promise of their degree into the reality of a satisfying job or career.
Madonna University Library advances the University mission by supporting the research needs and enhancing the information literacy skills of students, faculty, and staff. The library provides quality resources, research assistance and instruction in an atmosphere that reflects Christian service and values.
Technology Learning Services provides the technology tools, training, and support to assist you in achieving your educational and career goals throughout your college experience.
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).