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Company Overview of Sacred Heart University
Sacred Heart University Incorporated offers over 30 undergraduate degree and 12 graduate degree programs. The university operates four colleges: College of Arts and Sciences, College of Education and Health Professions, College of Business, and University College. It also offers master's degree and accelerated graduate degree programs. Sacred Heart was founded in 1963 and is headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut with additional campuses in Stamford, Lisbon, and Derby.
5151 Park Avenue
Fairfield, CT 06825-1000
Founded in 1963
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Sacred Heart University Key Developments
Sacred Heart University Opens New Graduate Center in Stamford
Oct 29 13
Sacred Heart University has opened a new Graduate Center in downtown Stamford, Conn., expanding its presence in a city with one of the large concentrations of corporations and financial services outside of New York. The Graduate Center will provide easier access for working students and professionals living in Fairfield County, as well as commuting students from New York City, Westchester and western and southern Connecticut. It is located in Landmark Square, within walking distance of the city's Transportation Center and businesses. The Graduate Center has 10,000 square feet of classroom, conference and administrative space. SHU previously offered continuing education, limited undergraduate classes and corporate training in Stamford.
Sacred Heart University Announces Board Changes
Jun 18 13
Sacred Heart University will add three new board members. Gus Serra, Merle Berke-Schlessel and Kelly Leather '11. These three additions will bring valued expertise and experience to help the Center in its continued growth. Serra is the former head of Community Relations at General Electric and has a long-standing relationship with the not-for-profit sector in the greater Bridgeport area. He was named the 2011-2012 Pat Hart Award recipient for his extraordinary work in community affairs, including strong support of the art education programs provided by Neighborhood Studios of Fairfield County. Berke-Schlessel is an experienced executive manager, general counsel and community leader with an extensive and diverse background in strategic planning, policy-making, fund development and all aspects of program creation, implementation and compliance. Leather most recently transitioned to Inspirica in Stamford where she will take on the role of director of events, communications and volunteers. She previously worked as a development manager for Habitat for Humanity of Coastal Fairfield County. She also helped to incorporate technology into schools there. Deacon Dan Ianniello, co-founder of the Center for Not-For-Profit Organizations, will be leaving the board after 11 years of service.
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