Newman University, a Catholic liberal arts university found in Wichita, Kansas, was established in 1933 and serves over 3,700 students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Over forty undergraduate majors here range widely in scope and topic, from counseling and information technology to pre-law, Spanish and theatre. NU is a particularly service-oriented institution; its students regularly log over 200,000 hours of community service each year, earning the university a spot on the President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. A place considered special around campus is “the Hangar,” a 15-unit workspace where each computer comes packed with academic applications, of which DreamWeaver, PsychMate, Microsoft Visual Studio.Net, and Inspiration are just a few. Access to an Academic Resource Center, including math and writing tutoring, rounds out the amazing slate of resources here. All that is just within the context of classwork; if students just want to chill and have fun, they also can join the popular board game club or sign up for intramurals in wiffleball, ping-pong, volleyball or lots more fun choices! Newman University—a reliable gateway toward a fulfilling career, and a blast to boot.