Quality Education in the Benedictine Tradition
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College should be a profoundly liberating experience, intellectually, socially, and culturally.
This is a supportive community in which to grow intellectually and spiritually.
I work with students from the time they come here as first year students until they graduate.
After graduation, Julie plans to serve for a year with Amate House, an Archdiocese of Chicago service program.
The people who work and study here make this place very special.
As a historian the thing I like best (about Saint Vincent) is this place. The presence of those who were here before us is everywhere!
I like the student interaction, especially seeing them develop and prepare for their careers.
After graduation, Simon will begin work for PNC Bank in Washington, D.C.