The Felician Way

March 11, 2020

Felician University has announced that although there have been no reported cases of COVID-19 on either the Lodi or Rutherford Campus, out of an abundance of caution, classes will move online Monday, March 16th through Saturday, March 28th. Felician University remains open and operational and ...

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RUTHERFORD, NJ - Former Bergen County Freeholder, and mayor, Maura DeNicola has been appointed as the permanent Vice President of Advancement for Felician University. DeNicola has served in the position that leads University Development, Public Relations, Community Relations, Communications, Alumni ...

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PARSIPPANY, NJ - University officials were joined by medical professionals and Parsippany Mayor Michael Soriano recently to cut the ribbon on Felician’s new Accelerated Bachelor of Science in Nursing, or ABSN Learning Site in Parsippany. The new learning space, they said, addresses the growing ...

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Felician University’s new Interdisciplinary Humanities Program Prism Paterson is now in full swing. The unique course focuses on the Paterson of poets and painters, novelists, and musicians, who have contributed to the rich cultural tapestry of the Silk City, instead of on rising crime, ...

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Felician University has been awarded a $638,000 grant from the National Science Foundation. The Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (S-STEM) grant is the largest academic grant ever received by Felician and will be used to fund the Science and Information Technology ...

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A ribbon cutting ceremony was held Tuesday, January 21 to officially open New Jersey’s first federally-funded Full Service Community School (FSCS) high school – the John F. Kennedy Educational Complex in Paterson. Felician University receives $40,000 annually as part of the five-year $2.5 ...

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