Motto in English
|To Live the Truth in Love|
|Affiliation||Roman Catholic (Franciscan)|
|Endowment||$28 million (2016).|
|President||Chris E. Domes, Ed.D.|
|Location||Aston, Pennsylvania, United States|
|Colors||Navy and gold|
|Athletics||NCAA Division III:
Colonial States Athletic Conference
Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference
Neumann University is a private Roman Catholic, coeducational liberal arts college sponsored by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. It is located in Aston, Pennsylvania within the Archdiocese of Philadelphia.
Neumann University is made up of five academic divisions covering the Division of Arts and Sciences, the Division of Business and Information Management, the Division of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Division of Education and Human Services as well as the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies.  In the Division of Arts and Science undergraduate degrees are offered in Arts Production and Performance, Biology, Biology with Clinical Lab Science, Communication and Digital Media, Criminal Justice, English, Liberal Arts, Mathematics, Political Science, and Psychology with pre-professional tracks in Chiropractic studies, Engineering, Law, Medicine and Pharmacy.  The Division of Business and Information Management offers undergraduate degrees in Accounting, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Marketing and Sport Management.  The Division of Education and Human Services offers degrees in Early Elementary/Special Education, Social Work as well as secondary education certification in Biology/General Science, English, Mathematics and Social Studies.  The Division of Nursing and Health Sciences, the largest division by student population at Neumann University, offers undergraduate majors in Nursing and Health Sciences as well pre-professional tracks in physical therapy, occupational therapy and athletic training.  Lastly, the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies offers online/hybrid majors in Organizational Studies, Liberal Studies and Public Safety Administration. 
In terms of Graduate Study, Neumann University offers Master's degrees in Accounting, Sport Business, Nursing, Education, Organizational and Strategic Leadership, Pastoral and Clinical Mental Health Counseling as well as a Master's in Athletic Training scheduled to start sometime in the fall of 2018.  At the Doctoral Level Neumann University offers degrees in Educational Leadership, Physical Therapy and Pastoral Care and Counseling.
As of the fall of 2017, the university has a total enrollment of 2,715; in fall 2016, the university had a total enrollment of 3,011. In academic year 2015-16, the university conferred 676 academic degrees: five associate degrees (1%); 524 bachelor's degrees (78%); 113 master's degrees (17%); and 34 doctorates (5%). Total tuition, fees, room, and board for a full-time undergraduate student in 2016-17 were $40,738. As of spring 2016, some 57% of undergraduates were Roman Catholic. Over the course of the last three years and building upon their large undergraduate program in Nursing, Neumann University has been expanding into the health care field by introducing new concentrations such as pre-Physical Therapy, pre-Occupational Therapy, pre-Athletic Training as well as introducing a new Health Sciences Major with tracks in exercise physiology and strength and conditioning.  All of these new concentrations will be housed in Neumann's new Health Science Center which is expected to be completed in the fall of 2018.  The Health Science Center will contain a state of the art undergraduate nursing teaching auditorium that seats close to 300 students. 
About 49% of undergraduate students are white, 31% are black, and 9% are Hispanic. Some 65% of undergraduates are female, and 35% are male. As of fall 2017, about 60% of undergraduates were from Pennsylvania, 16% were from New Jersey, and 18% were from Delaware.
The roots of Neumann University began in 1855 when Bishop (later Saint) John Neumann approved the request of Anna Maria Boll Bachmann to start a religious community of Franciscan Sisters in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.  Over the course of the next century, the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia grew to the point where they needed a college to assist in their mission of educating and caring for the people in south eastern Pennsylvania and beyond.  Neumann University was founded as Our Lady of Angels College with 115 female students in 1965 by the Sisters of St. Francis of Philadelphia. The name was changed to Neumann College in 1980 in honor of Saint John Neumann, a former Bishop of Philadelphia.
Neumann admitted its first male undergraduate students in 1980. The college was granted approval to offer its first doctoral program (the Doctorate in Physical Therapy) in 2004, and its second doctoral program (an Ed.D. in educational leadership) in 2005. Neumann achieved "university status" from the Pennsylvania Department of Education in 2009.
Neumann University is a member of the Colonial States Athletic Conference (CSAC) as well as the Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC). It competes in the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA), Division III. In 2009 Neumann University's Men's Ice Hockey Team won the NCAA Division III National Championship  In the summer of 2012, Neumann University constructed the Mirenda Center, a 72,000 square foot athletic complex which houses an indoor track, NCAA Division III regulation basketball court, dance studios, student lounges, a classroom, weight and cardio rooms as well as the Center for Sport Spirituality and Character Development. 
Neumann sponsors 12 women's athletic teams and 10 men's teams. In addition the 22 varsity teams, Neumann University also has a very active club sports roster which includes baseball, basketball, cheer leading, a dance team, ice hockey, roller hockey as well as men's and women's rugby.  Most recently, Neumann University won back to back national championships (2015 and 2016) as part of the National Collegiate Roller Hockey Association. (NCHRA). 
At Neumann University, there are four residence halls: three on-campus "Living and Learning Centers" plus one nearby apartment complex leased for student housing known as the Buoni Building.