一道本不卡免费高清

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Fact Sheet

Founded1971
TypePrivate, four-year, undergraduate, coeducational
Religious AffiliationRoman Catholic with a lay administration
CurriculumFully integrated, ordered to wisdom, great books-based
DegreeBachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
Combined enrollment439 (47% men, 53% women)
Average SAT scoreAll: ERW + Math: 1301
Juniors: Reading + Math: 1243
Seniors: Reading + Math: 1287
Student bodyFrom 43 states; Belarus, Brazil, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Mexico, United Kingdom, 
89% of 2017-2018 freshmen returned for Sophomore Year
Graduation rates71% in four years (average for other schools: 39%)
83% in six years (average for other schools: 58.7%)
Tuition (2020-21)$26,000
Room & Board
(2020-21)
$9,400
Other CostsNo additional fees
Financial Aid ProgramLoans; campus employment; grants; gifts from individuals, foundations; no government or archdiocesan subsidies
AccreditationWestern Association of Schools and Colleges
Combined Teaching Faculty45 members (37 full-time, 8 part-time)
Faculty-Student Ratio1:11
Classroom EnvironmentTutorials, seminars, and laboratories of 14-18 students
Libraries65,900 volumes
Campus SizesCalifornia: 131 acres
New England: 110 acres
Location

California: 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles Adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest in Ventura County

一道本不卡免费高清New England: 100 miles west of Boston in the Connecticut River Valley 

Accolades#1 Best Value in Private Colleges — Kiplinger’s
Top Ratings for Academics and Value — Princeton Review
“Best Value” — Princeton Review
“Financial Aid Honor Roll” — Princeton Review
Top Tier — US News & World Report
“Best Value”— US News & World Report
AlumniNearly 40% enroll in graduate or professional schools 11% have entered the priesthood or religious life
Notable Alumni AwardsFord Foundation, Fulbright, National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities Younger Scholars, Pontifical Academies Prize, and numerous graduate fellowships

 

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Isaac Cross (’19) -- quote 2

一道本不卡免费高清“There’s a joy for life here you don’t get in most places, a sense of purpose, a sense of love and fellowship bound up in our common cause of seeking the truth.”

– Isaac Cross (’19)

Leominster, Massachusetts