We have found that attending a Visit Day helps prospective students discern the next step when it comes to graduate studies. We hope you will join us to get your questions answered and learn more about how the Augustine Institute forms leaders to serve the Church and the New Evangelization. Visit Days include participation in the Holy Mass, our Jesus and the Gospels course, a faculty talk, and a campus tour along with the opportunity to meet our faculty, staff, and students. If you are unable make it to one of our formal visit days, send us an email, and we would be happy to set up a tour on any day you choose during the school year.
Spring Visit Days
To learn more or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are discerning graduate studies, we would like to introduce you to our distance education program. This webinar will begin with a short reflection from one of our faculty members. The faculty will then provide you with an overview of the MA Theology degree, as well as an overview of the distance education experience and how we uniquely do distance education. At the end we will leave time for all your questions!
We invite you to join us on one of our upcoming webinars:
...I am eternally grateful for what the Augustine Institute has done for my soul, my family and my apostolate. If you feel called to further your education and theological studies, I cannot recommend anything better than the Augustine Institute.
...service to the new evangelization, helping equip my students to engage post-modernity and propose the timeless teachings of Christ in a timely way for our age.”
the education and human formation we received as students at the Augustine Institute. From the outstanding professors to the rich curriculum, everything lends itself to the development of the intellect and the zeal to bring Jesus Christ to the world. I would highly recommend the Augustine Institute to anyone looking to achieve excellence in knowledge, wisdom and virtue.”
...pressing tasks we now face, and no one in this country does it with more energy, depth, and skill than the Augustine Institute.”