Preparing for successful careers and meaningful lives.
Founded in 1846, Saint Vincent is the first Benedictine college in the United States and the 200-acre campus today is home to more than 1,800 students. As a Catholic, Benedictine, liberal arts college, Saint Vincent, together with the adjoining archabbey, seminary and parish, welcomes all students of faiths, and of no faith, and is grounded in the Benedictine ideals of community, hospitality and stability. Saint Vincent College’s academic program combines the breadth of a liberal arts foundation with depth in more than 50 degree programs. The core curriculum offers clarity of students’ understanding of the world and strengthens their ability to think critically and communicate effectively. High-quality facilities include the $14 million Fred Rogers Center for Early Learning and Digital Media, the $45 million Sis and Herman Dupré Science Pavilion and the new Dale. P Latimer Library, along with traditional historic buildings which create an atmosphere of academic excellence and intensity of opportunity.