Benedictine's broad-based liberal arts program creates well-rounded students because the University believes that even if students pursue a career in science, they should be able to read, write and speak well. Our graduates are CEOs, Ivy League professors, scientists, high school educators and pioneers in solving global issues.
Benedictine teachers are committed and accomplished. In our friendly environment where the average class size is 17 students, our faculty know you by your first name. Faculty frequently are honored with grants, fellowships, and awards. Academic advisors and career counselors help students develop academic plans, discuss internship opportunities and explore career possibilities.