Saint Francis University conducts an advancement program that communicates the history, tradition, and story of the University while encouraging active support of its programs and objectives. Financial assistance in the form of gifts and grants from private donors enables the University to keep tuition at a reasonable level and, at the same time, spearhead the always present need for innovative programs and improved facilities.
Current projects and plans include:
Sciences, Business, and Health Sciences Centers
Residence Hall Renovation
Gifts may be made in a number of ways: cash, stocks and bonds, bequests, annuities, trust funds, property, life insurance, and others.
Arrangements for gifts should be made through the office of advancement. Interested persons are invited to call or write:
Robert J. Crusciel
Vice President for Advancement
Saint Francis University
Loretto, Pennsylvania 15940-0600
Phone (814) 472-3021
Fax (814) 472-3044
General Notice Concerning this Catalog
This catalog is for information only and its provisions are not to be construed as representing contractual or other obligations of the University. The University expressly reserves the right to increase, decrease, withdraw, cancel, reschedule, repeal, change, modify or amend any provisions, policies, requirements, rules, charges, expenses, courses, programs of study, degrees charges for tuition, room and board, other fees and the general and academic regulations. The University further reserves the right to dismiss a student from the University for cause at any time. It also reserves the right to impose probation, suspension or other disciplinary action on any student whose conduct or achievement is unsatisfactory. When a student is dismissed or suspended for cause, there will be no refund of tuition or fees paid. Neither will there be any refunds in the event the operation of the University is temporarily suspended as a result of any act of God, strike, work stoppage, riot, disruption, or any other reason beyond its control. Other refund policies are stated elsewhere in this catalog.