|QUICK FACTS ABOUT BRYN ATHYN COLLEGE|
|The College||Founded in 1877, Bryn Athyn College is a small, private, coeducational, Christian, liberal arts college affiliated with the New Church.|
|Our Mission||The ultimate purpose of Bryn Athyn College is to enhance students’ civil, moral, and spiritual life, and to contribute to human spiritual welfare.|
|Location||The spacious and green 130-acre campus is located in suburban Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, just 14 miles north of center city Philadelphia.|
|Enrollment||280 students from 11 countries.|
|Majors, Tracks and Minors||Majors and Tracks – Anthropology (HSoc*), Biology, Business (ID**), Early Childhood Education, English, Fine Arts (ID**), History (HSoc*), Human Society, Mathematics (ID**), Political Science (HSoc*), Pre-Law, Pre-Med, Psychology, Religion, and Sociology (HSoc*).
Minors – Biology, Business, Mathematics, Psychology, Public History, and Religion.
|Campus Life||60% of students live on campus. In addition to men’s and women’s residence halls, upperclassmen can choose to live in one of our apartment-style Residence Cottages or Suites.|
|Average Class Size||15 students|
|Student Profile||Typical Bryn Athyn students are bright, ethical, and engaged in campus life. The average incoming freshman has an SAT score (for critical reading and mathematics) of 1070, ACT score of 21, and a 3.49 GPA.|
|Religious Affiliation||Bryn Athyn College is affiliated with the New Church (also known as the General Church of the New Jerusalem).|
|Spirituality||At Bryn Athyn we encourage all our students to make conscious choices and live a life of integrity, honor, and courage.|
|Accreditation||Bryn Athyn College of the New Church is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (www.msche.org), 3624 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19104, (267-284-5000). The Middle States Commission on Higher Education is an institutional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Secretary of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.|
|Facilities||In addition to academic and student life buildings, our campus includes the Swedenborg Library, Glencairn Museum (our campus museum), Cairnwood Estate (a historic home), Mitchell Performing Arts Center, and the Doering Center, our new state-of-the-art facility for science and research.|
|Athletics||Our intercollegiate teams—the Lions— play:
Women’s - Basketball, Cross Country, Lacrosse, Tennis, and Volleyball.
Men’s - Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Ice Hockey, Lacrosse, Soccer, and Tennis.
|Extracurricular Activities||Outing Club, student newspaper, student government, International Student Organization, plays and musicals, community service organization, and more.|
|Tuition||Tuition and fees for the 2014–2015 academic year are $18,609. Room and board costs vary. Summary of tuition and fees.|
|Financial Aid||98% of students who applied for financial aid received some assistance (federal, state, institutional, and/or merit).|