About Newman University

Founded in 1933, Newman University is a Catholic university named for John Henry Cardinal Newman. Newman University graduates repeatedly gain acceptance into the nation's top graduate programs and medical schools. Others directly enter the workforce and perform at such high levels that we receive calls from employers who want more like them. That recognition makes a Newman degree valuable—to our students, our parents, our alumni and our community; and it's a point of pride for their hard-working faculty and staff. At Newman University, our highly sought-after degrees come with a personal challenge to each graduate that once you've earned it, you must use it to transform this world for the better. The stories we receive from our alumni prove every day that our mission is alive and well.



Dr. Kathleen Jagger

Assistant to the President

Gabrielle Dodosh



Degrees Offered

A.A., B.A., M.A.


Full-Time Total: 1,128
Part-Time Total: 2,250
Main Campus Total: 1,126

Faculty to Student Ratio


Financial Aid

"Sticker" Cost: $39,030
Average Financial Aid Package: $23,809
% Receiving Financial Aid: 98%

Religious Affiliation

Catholic Church

Contact Information

Newman University

3100 McCormick Avenue
Wichita, KS 67213