You don’t need to be Christian — or religious at all — to attend a Jesuit school. Mark explains the expectations and requirements of these great colleges.
A Jesuit education cultivates the mind, body, and spirit. While administered by a Catholic order of priests, Jesuit universities are open and welcoming to all.
One of the distinctive features of the American higher educational system is its infinite variety. There is a college for everyone. One group of universities stands out in its dedication to the liberal arts and to the education of a person’s mind, body, and spirit. The Jesuit universities share a mission to create well-founded individuals. […]
I visited the University of San Francisco last week. It was a beautiful, sunny day, but the wind was brisk. Despite the chill in late April, I was able to get a good introduction to the campus and is programs. 1. First off, USF is an urban campus. It is located in the heart of […]
I seem to have been visiting quite a few Jesuit colleges lately. I tend to like them for a lot of reasons. I need to write a post on Jesuit colleges generally. But first, I offer this bit about the University of San Francisco, which I was fortunate to be able to visit yesterday as […]