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Benedictine University Mesa (U.S.)

Mesa, Arizona

Last modified: 2022-06-25 by rick wyatt
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Benedictine University Mesa - "Benedictine University Mesa, located in Mesa, Arizona, became the first four-year Catholic university in Arizona when classes began in 2013. It is a remote campus of Benedictine University in Lisle, IL. Undergraduate majors include accounting, communication arts, computer science, criminal justice, fine arts, graphic arts and design, management and organizational behavior, nutrition, political science, psychology, theology and Spanish. As of 2019, the Mesa campus had 568 students, and 76 faculty and staff. The university also provides degree-completion programs and graduate degrees. Its athletic teams are known as the Redhawks and compete in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics as a member of the California Pacific Conference. Student athletes compete in men's and women's cross country, golf, basketball, soccer, baseball and softball, and volleyball, including women's beach volleyball. In 2019, Mesa established a partnership with Co+Hoots, a private co-working business based in Phoenix, Arizona, to explore innovative educational opportunities, which includes establishment of a 'certificate program in entrepreneurship'. The partnership, which fits into the city's plan to create a 'downtown innovation district', included renovation and expansion of Mesa's downtown campus facility at 225 E. Main Street to include space which would be provided 'rent-free' to Co+Hoots as a commercial co-working space. Benedictine leases this downtown facility from the city, a lease which ends in 2038, with an option to purchase beginning in 2033. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benedictine_University#Benedictine_University_at_Mesa 

Paul Bassinson, 20 June 2022


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