Benedictine University, Springfield
1500 North Fifth Street, Springfield, IL 62702
The Benedictine University in Springfield, Illinois, formerly the Springfield College, is a progressive liberal arts institution founded by the Ursuline Sisters offering a wide variety of academics that emphasize practical experience learning opportunities.
The university is grounded in the Roman Catholic tradition and the Apostolic Constitution of Catholic Universities. As such, it provides spiritual opportunities for students of all faiths and traditions. Whether you want to attend mass, participate in a mission outreach program or an involvement fair, the university has the tools to help you deepen your religious relationship.
College life on campus is just as fulfilling. You can listen to a guest speaker lecture about important current events, catch a music performance or comedy routine or enjoy free food days and other fun campus activities.
The school also plans many student excursions to places like the Art Institute of Chicago.
Besides its thrilling campus life, the university offers extensive academic programs. Whether you want to earn an associate’s, bachelor’s or master’s degree in fields of business, fine arts, natural sciences, humanities and social sciences, the university has a program for you.
A variety of federal and state financial aid options are available to students who demonstrate need. To receive help in covering tuition costs, you must file a FAFSA and maintain satisfactory academic progress in your studies.
To begin the admissions process, send in a completed application, official ACT/SAT scores and high school transcript.
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