Tag: religious colleges

Great Christian Colleges and Universities in the Midwest

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Hoping to join a campus community that values both spiritual and academic integrity? These Christian colleges in the Midwest could be a great fit for you! read more

All About Religious Colleges for Non-Religious Students

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Anderson University

If you're a non-religious student and haven't considered attending a religious college, here's what to know about them and why you should reconsider. read more

Why I'm Choosing a Christian University

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CollegeXpress Student Writer

Are you considering a Christian college or university? Check out this student's three reasons for choosing to attend a Christian school this fall! read more

How College Changed My Outlook on Religion

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CollegeXpress Student Writer, Morehead State University

Being exposed to different religions at college was a new and eye-opening experience for this student, changing the way she saw the world and her faith. read more

Living Your Faith on Campus

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Staff Writer, Saint Michael's College

There are many ways a student can live their faith on their college campus, but you may need some help finding the best ways, so we have some advice for you! read more

What Are Religious Orders at Catholic Colleges All About?

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Catholic universities are often referred to by the religious order that founded and sponsors them. Here's an expert look at the most common and their values. read more

How Is College Life Different on a Catholic Campus?

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Although similar, you can expect campus life at a Catholic college to be a little different than a non-religious campus. Here's what our experts have to say. read more

How Does Catholic Affiliation Affect College Coursework?

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Most Catholic institutions require religious studies or theology as well as philosophy and multiple humanities courses within their core curriculums. read more

How Does Campus Life Differ at a Christian College?

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While most colleges offer students a chance to explore issues of faith, a Christian college incorporates that process into their curriculum and sees that it is an obvious part of life on campus. read more