Benedictine College Top Questions

What's unique about your campus?


Student-faculty interaction is by far its best quality. Every professor I know has an open door policy - all you need to do is walk in and they will drop whatever they are doing to help you. Each professor I have worked with has always gone out of their way to a help a student, in and out of the class.


I think that the best thing about my school is that it is so small that I am able to make great friends and have fun but still be able to focus on my academics. My friends support and help me in my academics and so do my teachers, which in a College or University can be rare.


The best attribute of Benedictine College is its relatively small student population. Having approximately 1,500 students, a close community is easily built as students quickly meet through classes, sports, and other school sponsored activities. This community of students not only creates a friendly environment, but also provides support for every student while away from home. The small student population also allows for high academic success due to the low student to teacher ratio. Every professor at Benedictine College knows the students on a one-to-one basis, resulting in a comfortable classroom environment and effective academic guidance.


The close-knit community and school spirit. You are more than a number here.


Community and Catholicism. It's a great environment.


The best thing about the school is the social atmosphere, everyone is very warm and friendly and it is very easy to make lasting, meaningful friendships.