The University of Richmond is a private, highly selective university with a rising national and international profile. The institution is consistently ranked one of the nation's top universities by U.S. News & World Report and other college guides. The University is noted for its challenging academic programs, excellent facilities, commitment to undergraduate education, and strong resource base, including an endowment exceeding one billion dollars. An ambitious 10-year strategic plan provides a strong sense of momentum for the future. Richmond has a full-time enrollment of approximately 3,400 in schools of arts and sciences, business, law, and leadership studies. In addition, the University enrolls approximately 1,300 part-time students through a school of continuing studies. Over 90% of the full-time undergraduates live on campus, more than half are involved in internships, and two-thirds participate in community service.
The Robins School of Business has 50 full-time faculty and an enrollment of approximately 500 undergraduates, 235 part-time MBA students, and executives in a variety of non-degree programs.
Located two hours south of Washington, D.C., Richmond has a population of one million, and as state capital, is home to numerous financial, cultural and civic organizations. The University's campus, consistently named one of the nation's most beautiful, is located six miles west of downtown and offers an extraordinary quality of life for faculty, staff and students.
The University is an equal opportunity employer.
Please refer to the University's employment Web page for a list of openings.