Edinboro University of Pennsylvania (EU) is a comprehensive four-year institution that enrolls over 8,500 undergraduate and graduate students each year. The school was founded in Edinboro, Pennsylvania in 1857 and later integrated into the Pennsylvania System of Higher Education, which encompasses 14 colleges and universities in the state. The System gives students access to the expansive resources and alumni base of 14 integrated institutions, while allowing students to enjoy the close knit communities and support of smaller colleges.
Today, the school offers more than 100 major degrees and over 50 minors across a variety of subjects. Students are able to enroll in a traditional college curriculum or a daytime/evening program with a flexible schedule for working professionals. The campus features more than 40 academic buildings, residence halls, and administrative complexes across 585 acres. There is also a five-acre lake and expansive wooded areas and fields for student enjoyment.