Dear Prospective Student,
Duc in Altum.
Go out into the deep. This year as we celebrate our 10th anniversary at the Augustine Institute, it is fitting that our guiding passage be the call of the first disciples. In Luke, the call of the first disciples is characterized by an audacious precursor: Go out into the deep. Simon Peter, after toiling all night, obeys the command of the Lord in an act of humility and catches a great number of fish. We are experiencing this joy and are hearing a continual renewal of our call to be disciples out in the deep. If you are hearing the call, we invite you to respond with us and to not be afraid to go out into the deep.
The heart of our mission at the Augustine Institute is to transform Catholics for the New Evangelization. Our students have unique goals for their degrees. Through our worldwide connections, some of our graduates become teachers, youth ministers, campus ministers, social workers, parish and diocesan lay leaders, consecrated religious, and mothers and fathers, just to name a few. Ultimately all of our students, alumni, and faculty desire to engage the contemporary culture with the mind of Christ and to be builders of His Kingdom.
Whether you decide to pursue a Masters of Arts degree on-campus or online, or begin as a non-degree seeking student and work toward a Graduate Certificate, our programs are designed to fit your needs, while equipping you to find and fulfill your vocation in Christ.
The information on our website will help you learn how to get started at the Augustine Institute. If you have questions, or would like more information on our programs, you may email the admissions office, or if you prefer you may give us a call at any time. When you are ready to apply, you may submit an application for our rolling admissions process.
I would be pleased to help you learn how the Augustine Institute can serve your interests in graduate education and formation for the New Evangelization.
Katie Murray, Director of Admissions