Benedictine College was born in 1971 as the result of the union between Mount St. Scholastica College and St. Benedict's College in order to address the need for a general and religious education to the members of the American Catholic church in Kansas. Over the years, Benedictine College developed its own unique identity rooted in the values and traditions of its parent institutions.
Today, Benedictine College is a nationally recognized institution that offers 43 majors towards a bachelor's degree programs in areas ranging from art, biology, business, education, engineering, history, journalism and mass communications, music, nursing, philosophy, political science, theater and dance, and theology among many others, as well as 3 master's degree programs in business and education. Nearly 85% of the 1,925 students that Benedictine College attracts from 49 states and 14 foreign countries live in one of the 14 accommodation options on-campus including residence halls and townhouses.
- Minimum GPA 2.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 72
- Minimum incoming IELTS 6.00