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Q: Jesuit, Benedictine, Dominican: Why do some Catholic colleges and universities identify themselves like this?

A: Catholic universities have been founded all over the world, and are often referred to by the religious order that founded and sponsors them. read more

Q: How does campus life differ on a Catholic college campus from a secular campus?

A: Campus life at a Catholic college will provide more opportunities to explore and understand religion and organized religions' effects on history and on current more

Q: How might a school's Catholic background affect its course work and classes?

A: Most Catholic institutions require religious studies or theology as well as philosophy and multiple humanities courses within their core more

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