|University Motto||Be inspired|
|Year of establishment||1916|
|Address||11901 Wornall Road, Kansas City|
|City||Kansas City, Missouri|
Avila University is a private university in Kansas City, Missouri, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet. It offers bachelor's degrees in thirty-six majors and master's degrees: Master of Science in Counseling Psychology, Master of Science in Counseling Psychology/Art Therapy, Master of Business Administration, Master of Science in Organizational Development, and Master of Arts in Education.
Its 13 buildings are situated on a campus of 50 acres (20.2 ha) in the heart of Kansas City, and include four residence halls, a fieldhouse and auxiliary pavilion for basketball and volleyball, sports complex for football, baseball, softball and soccer, library, theatre, chapel, and classroom facilities.
When the Sisters of St. Joseph arrived in the United States from France in the mid 1800s, they dedicated themselves to the "practice of all the spiritual and corporal works of mercy and which will most benefit the dear neighbor." Founded on these principles, Avila University has continued their tradition in its mission and through its values.With more than 60 undergraduate majors and concentrations and five graduate programs, Avila has grown as a university where:
- We emphasize inclusive learning and embrace individuality.
- We believe the true strengths of leadership are collaborative accomplishment and genuine caring.
- We believe the world is unfinished and our students will make responsible, lifelong contributions to the global community.
The Avila University is a Private university located in Kansas City.
The Avila University was founded in 1916.
The current president of Avila University is Ronald Slepitza.
According to verified online sources, the Avila University enrolls a total of 3942 students.
According to the main website, the Avila University has a total student population of 1971 undergraduate students and 1971 graduate students.