Who We Are
Christendom College has been providing one of the most rigorous, Catholic liberal arts educations in the nation for the past 43 years. In complete faithfulness to the Magisterium, the college has been giving its students the opportunity to learn the Truth, live the Faith, and thrive as Catholics. They are being given the education and the tools they need to become leaders in society, as they work to fulfill the college’s mission of “restoring all things in Christ.”
A College for You
Christendom’s reputation for academic excellence, personalized attention, commitment to student success, and extra-curricular offerings make it a leader among Catholic colleges today.
“Our family has been greatly blessed to have all our children receive their undergraduate education at Christendom College. Their Liberal Arts curriculum with its Catholic foundation has prepared them to succeed wherever God leads them. While the youngest continues his undergraduate studies, the oldest two are pursuing graduate degrees at Clemson University and one son is attending Our Lady of Guadalupe Seminary. With our current culture, I am thankful that the values we instilled in our children were fostered at Christendom and have been carried into their adult lives. Christendom College isn’t just a college, it is a family and we are so thankful to be a part of it.”
A Standard for CATHOLIC Higher education
In joyful adherence to the principles set forth in Ex Corde Ecclesiae, Christendom focuses on helping our students grow intellectually and spiritually in their love and knowledge of God and the created order, and thereby, ultimately helping them to attain eternal salvation. In short, we care about the development of the whole person and the welfare of their souls.
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The Christendom Experience
The activities, events, community, and spiritual life on campus all foster the cultivation of wisdom, helping students to grow in virtue and the habits of Christian living.