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Ancilla College is offering a variety of ways for students to complete what is needed to become a college student. If you have applied to Ancilla College but did not take an ACT or SAT, or need help developing your high school math or English skills to be ready for the college level, we will still gladly accept you at Ancilla College. However, you may need to take a college placement test so we can help guide your scheduling and advising. Ancilla College offers free college placement tests for our applicants and we are hosting a series of testing and enrollment events this spring. Click to learn more.
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By Amanda Petrucelli The two-story lobby at Ancilla College’s new residence hall is taking shape this week, May 18-22. Drive by on County Road 9B and take a look. There are bleachers out for public picnics and construction watching.
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By Kaylee M. King SOUTH BEND, IN – South Bend Washington NIC (Northern Indiana Conference) Honorable Mention player Antoinette Dashner recently signed her National Letter of Intent to join the Ancilla Lady Charger Volleyball Program.
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – Donte Lloyd, from Brampton, Canada recently signed his National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Letter of Intent to play soccer for the Charger Men’s Soccer Team.
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By Kaylee M. King MEMPHIS, TN – Leslie Thomas, a recent graduate from Carver High School in Memphis, TN, recently signed her Letter of Intent to cheer at Ancilla College.
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By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – Oaklawn High School graduate, Megan James, signed her Letter of Intent on Saturday to cheer at Ancilla College.
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Scripta is a Literary Journal that serves as a reflection of the creative minds that exist within the walls of Ancilla College. Read the Spring 2015 edition by clicking here.
By Amanda Petrucelli Hovering like Luke Skywalker’s landspeeder, a giant dormer was raised to top off the new three-story residence hall lobby at Ancilla College, Thursday, May 15, 2015.
By Scott Reese DONALDSON, IN – Softball players Abbey Renner and Brittany Probasco were recently awarded with post season honors in the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA).
By Kaylee M. King PLYMOUTH, IN – Chelsea Reust, a 2014 graduate of Norwell High School, recently signed her Letter of Intent to join the Charger Cheer Team for the 2015-2016 season.
At Ancilla, your professors will know your name by the end of the first week. Because Ancilla is a two-year college, we're dedicated to first and second year students. With small classrooms and high quality instructors – not teaching assistants – your success is our reason for being!
Did you know that Ancilla is the most affordable private school in the state? Ancilla College is Indiana’s only remaining junior college — a two-year institution that integrates academic programs with student life options like men’s and women’s sports and a solid community focus.
Ancilla College is a liberal arts institution of higher learning offering 18 different degree programs. The College’s religious tradition is Roman Catholic, but its climate is ecumenical - open to any person seeking an education and opportunity.
Ancilla College is a liberal arts institution of higher learning, a ministry sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ at The Center at Donaldson. The college’s religious tradition is Roman Catholic but its climate is ecumenical- open to any person seeking an education and opportunity. Ancilla is a non-profit college operating as a 501(c)(3) organization.
Ancilla serves a diverse population with small classes, comprehensive tutoring and personal learning support, and personal interaction. Ancilla College offers 18 different degree programs that transform and empower students to achieve high academic goals, build lifelong learning skills, launch successful careers and pursue values-centered lives.