Tag: jesuit

Choosing a Catholic College

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Student, Fordham University

A Catholic university is much more than the religious beliefs and practices of Catholicism; it is about a way of life--a life dedicated to both rigorous, well-rounded education and service to the global community read more

Consider a Catholic Education

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Former Senior Assistant Director of Admission Marketing and Publications, University of San Diego

When asked the question, "What kind of college are you looking for?" many students don't quite know how to answer. Almost every student out there is looking for the same intangibles: the right feel, a good fit, and a place to develop and explore things that might become their passions. So where might they find it? read more

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

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Catholic universities are often referred to by the religious order that founded and sponsors them. read more

Catholic Educational Heritage: Jesuit

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Loyola University Chicago

At Jesuit institutions, students are challenged to realize and develop their God-given gifts and talents, and are encouraged to place themselves at the service of others. read more