Saint Vincent College - Master's Degree
- Average Tuition USD 45,506
Saint Vincent is a small liberal arts school that offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs. The school is divided into 4 colleges; Alex G. McKenna School of Business, Economics and Government, School of Social Sciences, Comunication, and Education, School of Humanities and Fine Arts and lastly the Herbert W. Boyer School of Natural Science, Mathmatics and Computing.
SchoolApply Ranking 533
Forbes (USA) 470
US News (Liberal Arts) 152
- Minimum GPA 2.50
Established in 1846
Every summer since 1966 the Pittsburgh Steelers come to Saint Vincent for their training camp. The college keeps the training camp open and free to the public.
300 Fraser Purchase Rd, Latrobe, PA 15650, United States
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St. Vincent College...One of the best kept college secrets around...St. Vincent College has everything you'll ever need in a university/college experience...While sm all in comparison to many colleges and universities, SVC has the heart and spirit as large as any...When attending SVC, you feel as though you are part of something far bigger than you expected...You'll learn, grow, be challenged, and achieve many great things...Take a look at SVC, you'll be glad you did...
An incredible experience of learning and friendshipsI credit SVC for much in my life today. The small classes, attention to my personal understanding of concepts, and sense of learning exploration that was afforded to me by my professors provided an experience and foundation in my life for which I am grateful. I credit my time at SVC mostly with the sense of ethics that it provided, a necessary "block of granite" that has served me well in my life. I also credit my time at SVC for some of the closest friendships that I continue to have in life. An SVC friend just commented that it would be fun to go back... in time... just for a weekend! I concur.
Saint Vincent opened my mind to endless possibilities!I loved the Benedictine influence on looking at the global picture before making decisions. While I wasn't crazy about it at the time, the impact of philosophy and theology had a significant impact on my management style and strategy.
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