- 1957 by Sister Edwina Bogel, FSSJ.
- Named for Mother Colette Hilbert, foundress of the Franciscan Sisters of St. Joseph (FSSJ).
- Franciscan, Catholic, private, four-year college.
- Cynthia Zane, Ed.D. (2006-present)
- Located in Hamburg, N.Y., approximately 10 minutes south of Buffalo.
- 60-acre campus,
- 1,020 undergraduates
- 50 Graduates
- 49 full-time faculty
- 76 part-time faculty
Student to Faculty Ratio
- Accounting: commerical
- Accounting: economic crime investigation (ECI)
- Accounting: (4+1) MS in conjunction St. Bonaventure University
- Business Management
- Small Business Management
- Global Business Management
- Sports Industry Management
- Business Management: (4 + 1) MBA in conjunction with St. Bonaventure University
- Computer Security and Information Assurance
- Criminal Justice
- Criminal Justice (4 + 1) Masters in Criminal Justice Administration MCJA
- Digital Media & Communication
- Forensic Science/Crime Scene Investigation
- Forensic Science/Crime Scene Investigation (4 + 1) Masters in Criminal Justice Administration MCJA
- Human Services
- Human Services (4 +1) Masters in Public Administration MPA
- Liberal Studies
- Paralegal Studies
- Political Science
- Political Science (4 + 1) Masters in Public Administration MPA
- Rehabilitation Services
3 Bachelor-Level Accelerated Degree Programs: ADP
- Offered on Tuesday Evenings: 24 college credits required to enroll
- Conflict Studies and Dispute Resolution
- Organizational Development
- Business Management
3 Graduate-Level Programs:
-Offered Wednesday evenings 6:00 - 9:00Pm
- Masters in Public Administration
- Masters in Public Admistration - Health Specialty Track
- Master of Science in Criminal Justice Administration
- Master's in Public Administration
- Master of Science
- Bachelor of Arts
- Bachelor of Science
- Associate in Applied Science
- Associate in Arts
- More than 20 student organizations, clubs and honor societies, plus intramural and club sports.
- Student Government Association.
- On-campus activities include concerts, dances, Quad Party, religious services, and lectures by renowned speakers.
- Two residence halls for more than 230 students.
- On-campus, apartment-style housing for another 68 students.
- NCAA Division III institution.
- Member of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference and United Volleyball Conference.
- Cross Country
- Cross Country
- Blue and white
Outreach & Learning
Institute for Law and Justice
Only institute of its kind in Western New York that serves as a general support vehicle for law and justice-related issues and projects.
Academic Services Center
Comprehensive center committed to academic excellence and student success.
- More than 50,000 electronic journals.
- 36,500 books , plus 217 print journals.
- 1,300 videos/DVDs.
- More than 100 audio books.
McGrath Library Law Collection is one of largest academic law collections open to the general public in Western New York.
- Legal Research Lab available for students.
- Offered in all majors.
- Undergraduate annual tuition and fees (2013-14): $19,900
- Undergraduate annual room & board (2013-14): $8,650 (based on double occupancy, 19 meals per week).
- Graduate program tuition: $700 per credit.
- ADP program tuition & per credit fees: $498 per credit.
- 87% of students qualify for financial aid.
- 50% of students receive Pell Grants.
- More than $3.5 million total in Hilbert scholarships available, including numerous academic, institutional and private scholarships.
- FAFSA school code is 002735
- TAP school code is 2083
- Undergraduate: Two semesters and summer sessions.
- Graduate: Five-week sessions. Accelerated cohort model.
- Accelerated Degree Programs (ADP): 7 week sessions, six per year. Hybrid model with Tuesday evening classes and weekly online component.