In 2012, The Chronicle of Higher Education ranked Benedictine University as the No. 1 fastest-growing campus in the country among private nonprofit research universities between 2000-2010. Read More
On April 23, construction crews paused as Benedictine University trustees, administrators and staff gathered to mark the beginning of a new chapter in the University’s history and bless the ground where the new Daniel L. Goodwin Hall of Business will rise. Read More
Benedictine University is challenging students to identify personal goals and further develop or pursue a life calling as part of a new $50,000 grant-funded initiative to strengthen and integrate the importance of vocation discovery across every academic discipline. Read More
May 1st is quickly approaching and registration is already open for our Freshman Class of 2018. Attend one of our Admitted Student Days and learn more about Benedictine. Representatives from Admissions, Financial Aid, Career Development and New Student Advising will be able to assist you and your family on this exciting day.
Admitted Student Day - 4/24/14
Admitted Student Day - 6/21/14
All History, Philosophy and Religious Studies students, faculty and staff are invited to the Annual Awards Reception on Thursday, May 1 in the Fr. Michael E. Komechak, O.S.B. Art gallery, located on the fifth floor of Kindlon Hall. Donations will be accepted for the Fr. Phillip Timko, O.S.B. Scholarship. The keynote speaker is Doug Wildes, C02, assistant principal of curriculum and instruction at Addison Trail H.S.
Good news, students! We’ve enhanced our traditional undergraduate summer courses by piloting more than 20 new offerings in a partial or fully online format at just $432.50 per credit hour. You can also choose from a robust selection of traditional courses at the regular rate of $865 per credit hour.
Former Vermont Gov. Howard Dean, who became actively involved in politics as a practicing physician in the 1980's, will discuss his experiences running for president in the 2004 primary elections, as chair of the Democratic National Committee, and his views on the Affordable Care Act and health care reform. The event is free and open to the public. Seating is limited.