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Cheyney University of Pennsylvania Academic Experience

Past Performance | Probation Policy|Academic Calendar | Graduate Career Data

What Do We Like To Study?

Most Popular Majors

Least Popular Majors
  • theatre arts
  • social sciences
  • computer/information sciences


Probation Policy

The minimum GPA required for all students to remain off probation during their entire college tenure is:

Academic Calendar

Academic Calendar System:

  • 4-1-4 System (two semsters and one-month January interterm)

Summer Sessions:

  • 2 summer session(s) that consist of 6 weeks.

New student orientation:

  • Orientation for new students is held in August.

Graduate Career Data

Percentage of graduates who pursue further study:
  • 12% continue immediately.
  • 21% continue within one year.
  • 34% continue within 4 years.
Percentage of all graduates who pursue graduate study in various fields:
  • Graduate Business Programs: 6%
  • Graduate Arts and Sciences Programs: 6%
List of graduate schools most often selected by our recent graduates:
  • Cheyney University, University of Delaware, Pennsylvania State University, Temple U.
70% of our graduates choose careers in business and industry.

65% of our graduates enter into a job market related to their major within two years of graduation.

Firms that most frequently hire our graduates:
  • AT&T; SmithKline, Beckman; IRS; UNISYS; Vanguard Investment Corp.
Most prominent alumni/ae:
  • Ed Bradley, TV journalist, "60 Minutes"; Jim Vance, news anchor, Washington, D.C.; Andre Waters, football player, Philadelphia Eagles; Charles Grantham, executive director, National Basketball Players Association; Arnold Webster, superintendent of schools, Camden, N.J.