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Campus Life

The Second Vatican Council reaffirmed the essential role of the laity in the mission of the Church. Holy Apostles College is dedicated to cultivating lay catholic leaders through providing strong integrated liberal arts degrees and a graduate theology program.

For the convenience of students, a variety of on-campus courses on the undergraduate and graduate levels are offered Monday through Thursday evenings, in addition to day classes. Some courses are also offered during an abbrievated Summer Session.

Student Body

Holy Apostles attracts a diverse body of students. Among the College Division programs, laity and religious attend courses on full and part‐time schedules. Being a smaller institution enables Holy Apostles to maintain a good working student/teacher ratio. Holy Apostles encourages interaction between laity, religious, seminarians, and priests. Through opportunities for community worship, and social activities and events (e.g., Christmas parties, study groups, cultural experiences, and trips), the student body is provided with a variety of events to promote a community atmosphere.

Support Staff

An academic advisor is assigned to each student enrolled in a degree or certificate program. The advisor’s role is to help students with course selection and program planning. Prior to registration, students should schedule a meeting with their academic advisor.

Accommodations for Students with Disabilities

Holy Apostles College & Seminary is committed to the goal of achieving equal educational opportunities and full participation in higher education for persons with disabilities who qualify for admission to the College. Most all facilities are accessible and special accommodations may be made in modes of answering and time allotted for testing. Students with documented disabilities requiring special accommodations should request information and/or receive a copy of the Disability Services Handbook from the Disability Resource Center located in the Office of the Registrar.


The chapel is open seven days a week during regular hours. All are welcome to visit at any time and especially during Mass and the Liturgy of the Hours.

Other Areas of Interest

The Offices of the President‐Rector, Vice‐Rector, Academic Dean, Director of Distance Learning, Registrar, Financial Aid, Business, and Development are located in St. Peter’s Hall. The cafeteria is located in St. Peter’s Hall. To purchase meals, students must buy tickets from the Business Office. Tickets are to be turned in to the cafeteria staff at meal time. A small voluntary donation is appreciated for drinks and refreshments which are available at all times. A student lounge is located in the foyer of St. Peter's or adjacent to the student dining room.


In addition to the main parking lot, ample parking is available along the drive on the east side of Prospect Hill Road. There is no on street parking, nor is parking permitted in the turn‐around in front of St. Peter’s and St. Andrew’s Halls.

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