Founded in 1942, Fairfield University, a Jesuit, coeducational institution of higher learning whose primary objectives are to develop the creative intellectual potential of its students and to foster in them ethical and religious values and a sense of social responsibility.
Ministries/Events Type: Education - Colleges & Universities
Holy Cross is located in Worcester, Massachusetts, a centrally located New England city of 175,000.
Founded by the Jesuits in 1870, Canisius College is an independent, co-educational, medium-sized, institution of higher education conducted in the Catholic and Jesuit tradition.
Founded in 1863, Boston College is committed to maintaining and strengthening the Jesuit, Catholic mission of the University, and especially its commitment to integrating intellectual, personal, ethical, and religious formation; and to uniting high academic achievement with service to others.
Founded in 1888, the University of Scranton is a Catholic and Jesuit university animated by the spiritual vision and the tradition of excellence characteristic of the Society of Jesus and those who share its way of proceeding. The University is a community dedicated to the freedom of inquiry and personal development fundamental to the growth …
Since its founding in 1872, Saint Peter’s University has strived to fulfill its mission as a Jesuit, Catholic institution by offering the opportunity to enter into sophisticated academic discourse; by creating pathways to work for social justice; by contributing cutting-edge research; and by continuing to positively enhance the reputation of higher education in New Jersey.
Since its founding in 1851, Saint Joseph’s University has advanced the professional and personal ambitions of men and women by providing a rigorous Jesuit education – one that demands high achievement, expands knowledge, deepens understanding, stresses effective reasoning and communication, develops moral and spiritual character, and imparts enduring pride.
When Jesuit priests founded Loyola University Maryland in 1852, they looked to the very heart of their order for inspiration in choosing a name. They found their inspiration in St. Ignatius of Loyola, the founder of the Society of Jesus, and that’s how Loyola—our Loyola—became the first institution of higher education in the United States …
Founded by the Society of Jesus in 1946, Le Moyne is the second youngest of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States, and the first to open as a coeducational institution. It was named in honor of Simon Le Moyne, S.J., a priest, missionary and teacher with a considerable influence on Central …
Established in 1789, Georgetown is the nation’s oldest Catholic and Jesuit university.