Situated in Radnor Township within the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, United States, the Villanova University is devoted to the Augustinian ideals of truth, unity, and love. The university encourages its students by providing diligent education. Villanova’s students not just excel in terms of education, but are proved to be compassionate when it comes to serving people in need. Some of the famous personalities who are now the alumni of Villanova include John Leroy Hennessy, Maria Bello, Howie Long, Ed Rendell, Jim Croce, Scottie Reynolds and many more. John Leroy Hennessy, the recipient of the honorary doctor of mathematics degree who is now a computer scientist, academician, and businessman received his bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Villanova University. Howard Matthew Moses "Howie" Long, a studio analyst for Fox Sports Networks and a former National Footballer, actor and sports analyst studied communication at Villanova. The 45th Governor of Pennsylvania who is also a lawyer by profession, and his wife, Marjorie "Midge" Osterlund Rendel, the first former First Lady of Pennsylvania who is named by PoliticsPA as Pennsylvania's Most Politically Powerful Women" received their education from Villanova. Rev. Peter M. Donohue, recipient of Barry award is a Roman Catholic priest known for adhering to the university principles of truth, unity, and love. To know more about all the famous alumni of the Villanova University, continue reading.