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24th Annual Ancilla College Golf Classic - June 10, 2019
The Ancilla College Golf Classic is one of the longest running events in Marshall County. The proceeds support student financial aid and scholarships. You can make an impact on the future of a student, who could be a potential employee, business owner, or educator. Get to know Ancilla and find out why investing in our students is an investment in your community.
Ancilla College, founded in 1937, provides educational programs in small classes, with comprehensive tutoring and personal learning support. Ancilla, located near Plymouth, Indiana, offers over two dozen associate
degree programs that empower students to achieve
high academic goals, build lifelong learning skills, launch successful careers and pursue values-centered lives.
Ancilla College is a fully accredited 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.
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We’re a liberal arts institution of higher learning sponsored
by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ and located at
The Center at Donaldson. The college’s religious
we transform and empower students to achieve high
academic goals, lifelong learning, successful careers
and values-centered lives.
Division of Nursing
The Nursing program is approved by the Indiana State Board of Nursing (ISBN) and is recognized by the National League for Nursing (NLN).
Division of Agriculture
Ancilla College is located in rural Indiana on a vast 1100 acre campus that is also home to the Ancilla Beef and Grain Farm.
Division of Science, Math and Information Technology
The Division of Science, Math and Information Technology offers 2-year Associate of Science degrees in Science, Exercise Science, Health Science, Professional Health Studies, Computer Information Systems, and Environmental Technology.
Division of Criminal Justice, History, Education and Behavioral Science
The Division of Criminal Justice, History, Education and Behavioral Science at Ancilla College offers 2-year Associate degrees.
Division of business
The Business Division at Ancilla College offers a 2-year Associate of Science degrees in Business Administration, Culinary Arts, Hospitality and Tourism, Logistics & Inventory Systems, and Sports Management.
Division of Humanities
The Humanities Division offers Art, Communication, Languages, Literature, Music, Philosophy, Religion, and Writing courses. Our division’s classes help students build communication and critical thinking skills while encouraging global perspectives and personal development.
We want to meet YOU! Come out and experience Ancilla College on Saturday, February 2, 2019 beginning at 9am. If you RSVP and attend the event you will receive a $300 tuition credit when you attend Ancilla College, as a new student, in the Fall of 2019.
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At Ancilla, professors get to know who you are and what you need to develop core knowledge. With small classrooms and high-quality instructors – not teaching assistants – student success is our reason for being!
With just under 500 students, you can’t
get lost in a crowd here.
Student to faculty ratio of 14:1
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 13 men’s and women’s athletic teams and a solid community focus.
Over 93% of our students receive financial aid.
$3.8 million awarded to students last year