Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Saint Meinrad College (IN) Videos for Potential Students

Promotional videos for potential students are available in two parts on YouTube.
     part one     part two

Saint Meinrad Archabbey was founded in 1854 by monks from Einsiedeln Abbey in Switzerland.  Shortly after arriving in Indiana, the Benedictines began offering high school courses to local youths. In 1861, the monks expanded their general courses to include undergraduate courses in philosophy and theology. Lay degree programs were offered after 1969, when students worked on their degrees during a six-week Summer Session program. From the fall of 1993 until 1998, the School expanded its mission to allow lay ministry students to attend classes during any of the academic terms.  A graduate seminary and school of theology continue at present.