1 month ago
By Amanda Petrucelli A big part of the mission at Ancilla College is to help all students pay for school. In fact, 95 percent of our students receive aid in the form of grants, loans and scholarships. All financial aid starts with FAFSA, which is due for EVERYONE March 10, 2016. Watch our ad, fill out a form to receive a how-to booklet or see the workshop schedule by clicking the link to the left. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) helps us determine your eligibility for all sorts of programs that may help you pay for college. Think of it as the 'Common App' for financial aid. You should always fill out the FAFSA so colleges can create a financial aid file for you. It's the tool we use at Ancilla to make sure you qualify for as much aid and support as you can get for your education.
2 days ago
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – Katelyn Berg, a senior at Plymouth High School, recently signed her National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Letter of Intent to play soccer at Ancilla College.
3 days ago
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College women’s basketball team defeated the Bruins of Kellogg Community College, 72-61, bringing them to 5-7 in the Michigan Community College Athletic Association (MCCAA) Conference, 15-10 overall and setting a new record for most overall season wins with 15.
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College Men’s Basketball Team, currently ranked 18th in the nation, defeated Kellogg Community College Wednesday night, 72-61. This brings the Chargers record to 9-3 in the MCCAA (Michigan Community College Athletic Association) conference and 19-6 overall, earning the Chargers a spot in the NJCAA District 9 Tournament.
4 days ago
By Scott Reese OSSIAN, IN – Norwell High School senior Makayla Tipton recently signed her National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Letter of Intent to play softball for Ancilla College.
By Chad Kebrdle
DONALDSON – “No human being can be put into a row.” – James Riley
The thirst for knowledge is ever-quenched at Ancilla College’s Lampen Lecture series. The purpose of these lectures is to promote each individual’s ability to think beyond his or her own experiences and interests.
5 days ago
By Scott Reese CROWN POINT, IN – Crown Point High School senior Marie O’Malley recently signed her National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Letter of Intent to play softball for Ancilla College.
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – The Ancilla College women’s basketball team was defeated on the road Saturday by Grand Rapids Community College, 99-72.
By Kaylee M. King DONALDSON, IN – Ancilla’s men’s basketball team took home another MCCAA (Michigan Community College Athletic Association) conference win on Saturday over Grand Rapids Community College 86-67.
6 days ago
DONALDSON – Come and learn about Ancilla! Please join us at 12 p.m. EDT March 3 for Access Ancilla Day, and see for yourself why so many students choose Ancilla as their foundation for success.
At Ancilla, professors know students’ names by the end of the first week because we average just 11 students per class. With small classrooms and high-quality instructors – not teaching assistants – student 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 junior college — a private, two-year institution that integrates academic programs with student life options like 20 men’s and women’s athletic teams and a solid community focus.
Ancilla College is a liberal arts institution of higher learning offering 21 associate degree programs and 8 one-year certificates. The college’s religious tradition is Roman Catholic; its climate, ecumenical, meaning we are 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 22 different degree programs and eight one-year certificates that transform and empower students to achieve high academic goals, build lifelong learning skills, launch successful careers and pursue values-centered lives.