Chaminade’s student body of 2,600 degree-seeking students, one of the nation’s top three most diverse student populations, demonstrates the university’s commitment to students of the Pacific, with 64 percent of American Asian or
Three exclusive Chaminade majors (Forensic Sciences, Interior Design, and Criminology and Criminal Justice) are among its 23 undergraduate and 7 graduate programs. It features state-of-the- art science labs for research and, as a member of the Leadership Alliance, enables students to conduct summer research at top Mainland universities. Regionally accredited since 1960, it also offers 12 off-campus locations and a distance education program to serve military service-members, their families, and other under-represented student populations.
As students prepare to learn to live and to earn a living, Chaminade graduates are recognized for their liberal arts learning, professional career development, competency in information and communication technologies, and a life-long interest in learning, service and ethical responsibility as engaged global citizens.