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A sampling of Catholic Colleges
Courtesy University of Notre Dame
The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana is one-seventh the size of the famed French shrine where the Virgin Mary appeared to St Bernadette in 1858.

Courtesy University of Notre Dame

The Grotto of Our Lady of Lourdes at the University of Notre Dame in Indiana is one-seventh the size of the famed French shrine where the Virgin Mary appeared to St Bernadette in 1858.

Courtesy Santa Clara University
Students walk across campus of Santa Clara University, home of an old mission church.

Courtesy Santa Clara University

Students walk across campus of Santa Clara University, home of an old mission church.


WEST

Santa Clara University

Santa Clara, California

Founded by Jesuits in 1851, Santa Clara University is California’s oldest operating institution of higher education

Admissions contact information: [email protected], 408-554-4700, scu.edu/admission

Enrollment: 9,015 (5,486 undergraduate)

Annual tuition (not including fees): $47,112

Acceptance rate: 49 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 12:1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1285/29

Campus type: suburban

 

St. Martin’s University

Lacey, Washington

Founded in 1895 as an all-boys boarding school, St. Martin’s began offering college classes in 1900

Admissions contact: [email protected] 360-438-4596, stmartin.edu/admissions

Size: 1,749 (1,349 undergraduates)

Tuition and fees: $34,756

Student/teacher ratio: 11:1

Average SAT: 1140

Campus type: suburban

 

Gonzaga University

Spokane, Washington

Founded 1887 by founded by Jesuit Father Joseph Cataldo, an Italian-born missionary, for the Native Americans

Admissions contact information: [email protected], 800-322-2584, gonzaga,edu/admissions

Enrollment: 7,572 (5,160 undergraduates)

Tuition and fees: $41,333

Acceptance rate: 65 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 12:1

Average SAT/ACT: 1204/27

Campus type: suburban

 

University of Portland

Portland, Oregon

Founded in 1901 by the Archdiocese of Portland, acquired the following year by the Congregation of Holy Cross

Admissions contact: [email protected] 503-943-7761 up.edu/admissions

Enrollment: 4,279 (3,762 undergraduates)

Tuition (not including fees, 2016-2017): $41,844

Acceptance rate: 61.4 percent

Student/teacher ratio; 14:1

Average SAT/ACT: 1193/26

Campus type: suburban

 

Thomas Aquinas College

Santa Paula, California

Founded in 1971 as a Catholic, great books-based college with a lay administration,

Admissions contact: [email protected] 805-525-4417, Thomasaquinas.edu/admissions

Enrollment: 377 undergraduates

Tuition and fees: $24,500

Acceptance rate: 82.7 percent

Student/faculty ratio: 11:1

Average SAT/ACT: 1340/28

Campus type: rural

 

SOUTH

University of Dallas

Irving, Texas

Founded by the Sisters of St. Mary of Namur, UD always has been an independent university

Director of admissions: Elizabeth Griffin Smith, [email protected], 800-628-6999

Enrollment: 2,387

Annual tuition and fees: $34,430

Acceptance rate: 64 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 10-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1200/26
Campus type: suburban

 

 

Christian Brothers University

Memphis, Tennessee

Founded and run by the Christian Brothers

For admissions information, go to cbu.edu/future-students

Enrollment: 1,898

Annual tuition and fees: $31,860

Acceptance rate: 46 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 13-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1180/24

Campus type: urban

 

Ave Maria University

Ave Maria, Florida

The university was founded by Domino’s Pizza owner Tom Monaghan as a response to St. John Paul II’s call for a new evangelization

Contact the admissions office at 239-280-2556 or [email protected]

Enrollment: 1,110

Annual tuition and fees: $19,895

Acceptance rate: 52 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 15-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1190/25

Campus type: suburban

 

MIDWEST

Benedictine College

Atchison, Kansas

Founded by Benedictine monks in 1858; became a joint effort of monks and nuns in 1971  

Pauline Sullivan, assistant director of admission, [email protected], 913.360.7780

Enrollment: 1,925

Annual tuition and fees: $27,930 

Acceptance rate: 77 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 13-1

Average ACT: 24

Campus type: suburban

 

University of Notre Dame

Notre Dame, Indiana

Founded by a Holy Cross priests, many continue to work for the university

Office of admissions: 574-631-7505

Enrollment: 12,292

Annual tuition and fees: $49,685

Acceptance rate: 20 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 10-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1370-1520/32-34

Campus type: suburban

 

Franciscan University of Steubenville 

Steubenville, Ohio

Franciscan friars, members of the Third Order Regular of St. Francis of Penance, founded and operate the university

For admissions information, call 800-783-6220

Enrollment: 2,500

Annual tuition and fees: $25,680

Acceptance rate: 79 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 14-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1240/27

Campus type: suburban

 

 

NORTHEAST

Catholic University of America

Washington, D.C.

Founded in 1887 by U.S. Catholic bishops as papally-chartered research center 

Senior admission counselor: Dan Zawacki, [email protected], 800-673-2772

Enrollment: 7,000

Annual tuition and fees: $42,536 

Acceptance rate: 74 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 10-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1114/25

Campus type: suburban

 

Fordham University

New York, New York

Founded by local bishop in 1841 and sold the Jesuits in 1846 

Elizabeth Brosseau, assistant director of admission: [email protected], 1-800-367-3426

Enrollment: 15,286

Annual tuition and fees: $48,131 

Acceptance rate: 44 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 14-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: 1365/30

Campus type: urban

 

Villa Maria College

Buffalo, New York

Founded in 1960 by Mother Mary Annette Guzowski and the Felician Sisters of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Jillian Coniglio, admissions counselor, [email protected], (716) 222-9358

Enrollment: 589

Annual tuition and fees: $20,030 

Acceptance rate: 80 percent

Student/teacher ratio: 8-1

Average SAT/Average ACT: not required

Campus type: suburban

 







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