Fact Sheet

Founded 1971
Type Private, four-year, undergraduate, coeducational
Religious Affiliation Roman Catholic with a lay administration
Curriculum Fully integrated, ordered to wisdom, great books-based
Degree Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
Enrollment 366 (51% men, 49% women)
Median SAT score Reading, Math & Writing: 1889
Student Body From 37 states; Argentina, Canada, Ireland, Nigeria
Retention rate 87% of freshman return as sophomores (2013-14)
Graduation rate 80% in six years (of freshmen entering in 2007)
Tuition $24,500
Room & Board $7,950
Other Costs $50 (supplies, no additional fees)
Financial Aid Program Loans; campus employment; grants; gifts from individuals, foundations; no government or archdiocesan subsidies
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges
Teaching Faculty 36 members (31 full-time, 5 part-time)
Faculty-Student Ratio 1:11
Classroom Environment Tutorials, seminars, and laboratories of 14-18 students
Library 64,585 volumes
Campus Size 131 acres
Location 65 miles northwest of Los Angeles Adjacent to the Los Padres National Forest in Ventura County 
Accolades Highest Possible Rating for Academics and Value — Princeton Review
“Best Value” — Princeton Review
“Financial Aid Honor Roll” — Princeton Review
Top Tier — US News & World Report
“Best Value”— US News & World Report
“100 Best Values in Private Colleges” — Kiplinger’s
Alumni Nearly 40% enroll in graduate or professional schools 11% have entered the priesthood or religious life
Notable Alumni Awards Ford Foundation, Fulbright, National Science Foundation, National Endowment for the Humanities Younger Scholars, Pontifical Academies Prize, and numerous graduate fellowships

 

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Danielle Chouinard (’14)

“We learn how to find the truth for ourselves, so that for the rest of our lives we will be able to pursue the things that matter most.”

– Danielle Chouinard (’14)

Omaha, Nebraska