Saint Meinrad School of Theology is in a quiet rural area, in Saint Meinrad, IN. The school has a Roman Catholic religious affiliation. Saint Meinrad School of Theology is classified as a private, not-for-profit college. Students at the school earn degrees up to the Post-Master's certificate.
The most common major fields study at Saint Meinrad School of Theology include religion and philosophy.
The school does not admit all applicants.
One indicator of school quality is the number of students per professor, and here Saint Meinrad School of Theology does well in comparison to most schools. Some professors at the school are awarded tenure, allowing the school to retain good faculty members.
Saint Meinrad School of Theology, in 2007-2008, had 176 students (134 full-time equivalent). Adults changing careers are relatively common at the school. The student body at Saint Meinrad School of Theology is overwhelmingly male.
The school is not thought of as a commuter school, and many students live on campus or nearby. Dorm living is common.
The school reports its educational mission is:
"The mission of Saint Meinrad School of Theology is the initial and ongoing formation of priests, permanent deacons, and lay ministers to minister together effectively in the service of the Roman Catholic Church. The long tradition and rich Benedictine heritage of Saint Meinrad School of Theology instill * a love of learning integrated with a lifelong seeking of God * a strong grounding in tradition and an ability to attend to the signs of the times (Gaudium et spes4) * a love of the Church's liturgy and a personal commitment to a life of prayer, * a sense of hospitality that welcomes Christ in each person and in the community of disciples gathered in Christ's name."
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