As America’s sixth-oldest University, Moravian University has been a little revolutionary from the start. The University has been pushing boundaries in small ways that have big—and lasting—impacts since 1742. That’s when a 16-year-old girl founded Moravian University as the nation’s first school to educate women. And way before that, Moravian bishop John Amos Comenius had an ahead-of-his-time idea: That learning should be fun. Exhilarating even. No wonder Moravian University, to this day, gives more than 2,000 undergraduate and graduate students eye-opening, heart-racing ways to discover their own little revolutionary spirits.