Holy Apostles College & Seminary

Holy Apostles College & Seminary
33 Prospect Hill Road
Cromwell, CT 06416-2027
860-632-3010

www.holyapostles.edu

Year founded  1972

Mission statement/description

Holy Apostles College & Seminary is a regionally accredited, co-educational Catholic college located in historic Cromwell, Connecticut. They welcome and serve lay commuter students, online learning students, as well as seminarians offering undergraduate, graduate, and seminary degrees in philosophy & theology, in on-campus, on-line, and blended formats. Holy Apostles College & Seminary also strives to provide a program of education and formation for men intending to enter the priesthood of the Roman Catholic Church.

Qualifications for entry

High school juniors and seniors may take courses for credit if they have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA from the preceding semester.

Applicants for the B.A. program should follow the College Division Admissions Procedure. They must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Applicants must be able to show proficiency in both English and Mathematics, either evidenced by previous college experience, or by proficiency exam.

Potential masters students must have an earned bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited school, and earned at least a 3.0 GPA. GRE scores are not required.

Requirements to enter the seminary include:

  • Applicants for the M.Div. program should follow the Seminary Division Admissions Procedures
  • Applicants for the M.Div. program must have a Bachelor’s degree or its equivalent from an accredited college or university and 24 credits in 8 pre-requisite philosophy courses as given in the Theology program requirements as described in the academic catalog.

In cases where an applicant has been a seminarian in another accredited theologate, 60 graduate credits with at least a “C” grade may be transferred toward the M.Div. degree.

 

 

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