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Applications Now Accepted for Sacred Music Scholarships

Applications Now Accepted for Sacred Music Scholarships

Applications are now being accepted for Christendom’s St. Cecilia Choral Scholarship and the Benedict XVI Organ Scholarship, the college announced on Friday, January 17. Designed for students eager to develop their musical talents, these scholarships are for current...

Speaker Series to Offer Students Career Guidance

Speaker Series to Offer Students Career Guidance

Christendom’s career development office will welcome speakers from the fields of political journalism, communications, business management, and event planning to campus this spring for the Outside the Box and Life on Tap speaker series. Geared to help students discern...

Registration Now Open for 2020 Full-Tuition Scholarship Competition

Registration Now Open for 2020 Full-Tuition Scholarship Competition

Registration for Christendom College’s annual Padre Pio Full-Tuition Scholarship Competition is now open, the college’s admissions office announced on Wednesday. Set to be held on March 21, the competition will award three full-tuition scholarships and five runner-up...

Pro-Life Leader Abby Johnson to Speak at Christendom

Pro-Life Leader Abby Johnson to Speak at Christendom

As part of the Major Speakers program, which invites leading Christian thinkers to speak on campus, Christendom will welcome pro-life advocate Abby Johnson on April 6 at 7:00pm in the St  Lawrence Commons Johnson is a leading pro-life activist and travels the globe...

Alumnus’ Film About First African-American Priest to Air on EWTN

Alumnus’ Film About First African-American Priest to Air on EWTN

Alumnus Christopher Foley’s short film Across will air on EWTN at 10:00pm on December 18. This film is about Venerable Father Augustus Tolton, the first African-American priest ordained in the United States, who is now a candidate for the sainthood. The short film...

College Announces Spring Open House Dates

College Announces Spring Open House Dates

Christendom College’s admissions office will host two open house events during the spring semester of 2020, the first on Monday, February 17 (Presidents Day), and the next on Monday, April 27.  In addition to these two events, the annual Padre Pio Full Tuition...

Alumna’s Inspirational Story of Choosing Life

Alumna’s Inspirational Story of Choosing Life

Alumna Marygrace Tucker (’18) has a remarkable story to tell – one of fear, hope, and redemption. In her recently published article, “A Miracle I Didn’t Know I Needed,”  Tucker tells of her decision to choose life in the face of an unplanned pregnancy, and the immense...

Best Week Ever Registration Opens with 30% Discount Available

Best Week Ever Registration Opens with 30% Discount Available

The Experience Christendom Summer Program is the most popular, well-attended, and highly ranked pre-college summer program of its kind. This week-long program immerses participants in the academics, spiritual life, and Catholic culture of Christendom, while at the...

Staff and Student Receive Service Awards From Diocese of Arlington

Staff and Student Receive Service Awards From Diocese of Arlington

At the Diocese of Arlington’s annual Youth, Campus, and Young Adult Ministries Appreciation Dinner, Residence Director Tim Cook was awarded the Ex Corde Award for campus ministry and senior Rosemarie Olszewski was selected for the Volunteer of the Year award. As...

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