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Saint Joseph's College

United States
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About Saint Joseph's College

Saint Joseph’s College is a private, co-educational, four-year Catholic college welcoming students of all faiths. Founded in 1889 and sponsored by the Missionaries of the Precious Blood (C.PP.S.), the 180-acre park-like campus is conveniently located in Rensselaer, the county seat of Jasper County in Northwest Indiana. 

Campus information

Welcome to Rensselaer, home to Saint Joseph's College and county seat for Jasper County. A bustling community that continues to expand, Rensselaer offers such amenities as a movie theatre, art gallery, roller skating rink, and bowling alley, all within the confines of a safe and friendly atmosphere where people remember your name. Its quaint downtown area offers unique dining and shopping options, and the city itself is within 45 minutes of Lafayette  (south) and Merrillville  (north), which provide additional entertainment opportunities for the community.

Accommodation

All buildings have common bathrooms for residents except the Residential Suites and Schwietermann Hall, which have bathrooms for individual use. There are also lounges available for study and socialization equipped with a TV, air conditioning, and in many instances, game room equipment.

Each student is provided with one single bed, and each room is furnished with a desk, chair, dresser, window covering, and closet. All furniture must remain in the room. Students may choose to rent loft beds for their room, on the condition that all furniture stays in the room. 

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Courses available 10

Applied, Pure Sciences 2 Creative Arts & Design 1 Education and Teaching 1 Humanities & Social Sciences 4 Mass Communication & Media 1 MBA 1

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