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Briar Cliff University

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About Briar Cliff University

Briar Cliff University is a community committed to higher education within a liberal arts and Catholic perspective. In the Franciscan tradition of service, caring and openness to all, Briar Cliff emphasizes quality education for its students, combining a broad intellectual background with career development. The University challenges its members to grow in self-awareness and in their relationships to others and to God.

Campus information

Buildings at Briar Cliff University

  • Alverno Hall
  • Baxter-DiGiovanni Center
  • Bishop Mueller Field
  • Bishop Mueller Library
  • Briar Cliff Theater
  • Chapel of Our Lady of Grace
  • Charger Practice Dome
  • Faber Field
  • Guarneri Practice Fields
  • Heelan Hall
  • Mayfair Center
  • McCoy-Arnold Center
  • Newman Flanagan Center
  • Noonan Hall
  • North Hall
  • Stark Student Center
  • Toller Hall

A dynamic metropolitan area of 105,000-plus residents, Sioux City is located on the banks of the Missouri River where Iowa, Nebraska and South Dakota meet. It's a larger community that maintains a "small town" feel, so don't be surprised when people look you in the eye or say "hello" on the street. You'll also appreciate the city's low crime rates, the area's moderate cost of living, and Midwestern hospitality.

The city features respected businesses and service agencies, a top-notch health care community, an outstanding educational system, and much more. Our students enjoy a range of internships and part-time jobs from which to choose — some of which lead to full-time career opportunities!

Accommodation

Briar Cliff University believes that living on campus is a vital part of the college experience. The best college experience is one where the curriculum and the co-curriculum are seamlessly integrated. Given that the educational benefits of a residential education are many and well-documented, Briar Cliff University enforces the following residency policy:

Exceptions to this housing policy will include students living with their parents or legal guardians within commuting distance (40 miles) of campus or individuals establishing independent status.

An independent student meets one (or more) of the following guidelines:

  • Is at least 23 years of age.
  • Is married.
  • Has children.
  • Is a veteran.
  • Achieves independent status according to federal financial aid guidelines.

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Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Business, Management 3 Computer Science, IT 1 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 2 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1 Sports Science 2

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