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  COVID-19 Updates

The leadership at Ancilla College is closely monitoring the mounting information and precautions regarding the global novel coronavirus (COVID-19) that has gripped our attention. Our concern is the care for every person with whom we work and serve. You are our most valued partner in this educational endeavor.

Ancilla leadership is taking a measured approach with a response steeped in the many factors that affect Ancilla College. We will continue to provide updates. Thank You!

Current as of  2:00pm 11/20/2020

Quarantined = exposure as a close contact 
Isolated = symptoms or a positive test

Total Number of Students in Quarantine

Total Number of Faculty and Staff in Quarantine

Total Number of Students in Isolation on Campus

Total Number of Faculty and Staff in Isolation

Updates:

This page will be updated regularly to reflect new developments

Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Ancilla College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the disbursements of Higher Education Relief Funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).  Ancilla intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. 

Ancilla College has received its allotment of $492,118 during the week of May 11-15, 2020.  The total allotment will be disbursed to an estimated 285 eligible students in the form of a check.  These checks will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is $246,059.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is 285.

A computation was completed based on full-time and part-time enrollment.

Each student that were enrolled either full-time or part-time on March 13, 2020 and were eligible for Federal grants and/or Loans (Title IV Funding) were consider in the distribution of these grant funds.  Students enrolled full-time will receive a one-time payment of $943.10.  Students enrolled part-time will receive a one-time payment of $557.92.

Ancilla College is delighted that we can provide our students and their families with this financial assistance during this challenging time.

Monday, August 24, 2020

Ancilla College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the disbursements of Higher Education Relief Funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).  Ancilla intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. 

Ancilla College has received its allotment of $492,118 during the week of May 11-15, 2020.  The total allotment will be disbursed to an estimated 285 eligible students in the form of a check.  These checks will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is $246,059.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is 285.

A computation was completed based on full-time and part-time enrollment.

Each student that were enrolled either full-time or part-time on March 13, 2020 and were eligible for Federal grants and/or Loans (Title IV Funding) were consider in the distribution of these grant funds.  Students enrolled full-time will receive a one-time payment of $943.10.  Students enrolled part-time will receive a one-time payment of $557.92.

Ancilla College is delighted that we can provide our students and their families with this financial assistance during this challenging time.

Monday, July 27, 2020

Ancilla College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the disbursements of Higher Education Relief Funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).  Ancilla intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. 

Ancilla College has received its allotment of $492,118 during the week of May 11-15, 2020.  The total allotment will be disbursed to an estimated 285 eligible students in the form of a check.  These checks will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is $246,059.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is 285.

A computation was completed based on full-time and part-time enrollment.

Each student that were enrolled either full-time or part-time on March 13, 2020 and were eligible for Federal grants and/or Loans (Title IV Funding) were consider in the distribution of these grant funds.  Students enrolled full-time will receive a one-time payment of $943.10.  Students enrolled part-time will receive a one-time payment of $557.92.

Ancilla College is delighted that we can provide our students and their families with this financial assistance during this challenging time.

Tuesday, July 14, 2020

In June, Ancilla College Athletic Director, Brian Pearison, announced that we are continuing with our sport season, and WE ARE. However, due to changes by the NJCAA this week, the following adjustments go into effect for the 2020/2021 academic year.

Click here to view the details

Friday, June 26, 2020

Ancilla College announces approval from the NJCAA for the Fall 2020 athletic season. Athletic Director, Brian Pearision, provides some details.

I am excited to announce that Ancilla College will be having a Fall sports season. Athletics will look a bit different from years before, as we will be following established protocols for the safety of our student-athletes and staff.

• Fall student-athletes will move in on Saturday, August 1, 2020.
• All student-athletes need to be tested for COVID-19 before arrival on campus and must have official test results with them when they arrive.
• Student-athletes may not practice without proper test results.
• Coaches will be providing student-athletes with a new physical form passed down from theNJCAA.
• The new physical form has a COVID-19 checklist on it and will be required to be completed before the start of practice.

I assure you that we are taking the necessary steps and protocols to keep student-athletes and coaches safe going into this next athletic season.

For more information, please follow the link to the path for 2020-21 sports:
https://www.njcaa.org/general/2019-20/releases/20200616eut4zh

Click here to view the details

Tuesday, June 23, 2020

On June 16, Ancilla College provided two virtual Town Hall meetings for students and parents to share the plan to return to campus for the Fall 2020 semester. The following link is a 30-minute video recording of President Dr. Dvorak’s presentation. Dr. Dvorak also answers a variety of questions at the end of the presentation. Some of the key highlights from the plan include:

  • The Academic Calendar has been adjusted to help minimize the spread of Covid-19. Fall semester starts on Monday, August 24th and will go through December 4th. Students will not return to campus following Thanksgiving break. The final week of classes will be remote. There will be no Fall or Spring Breaks. 
  • Classes will be a combination of in-person, hybrid and online. Our classrooms are being evaluated and set-up for social distancing and we have identified other areas of the college that are being converted to larger classroom settings. A sufficient amount of time between classes is being scheduled for cleaning and sanitizing.
  • Students, faculty and staff will be expected to wear a mask in public spaces and common areas out of respect for others. Temperatures will be taken via a touchless thermometer and recorded upon entering the college. Hand sanitizing stations are set-up throughout the college.
  • The residence halls will be limiting room occupancy to a maximum of 2 per room. Isolation rooms have been identified in the event of a positive Covid-19 case. Move-in dates are August 20th and 21st with staggered move-in times.
  • New Student Orientations scheduled for August 14th and 21st will be moved to a virtual experience. More information to come.

Monday, June 22, 2020

Ancilla College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the disbursements of Higher Education Relief Funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).  Ancilla intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. 

Ancilla College has received its allotment of $492,118 during the week of May 11-15, 2020.  The total allotment will be disbursed to an estimated 285 eligible students in the form of a check.  These checks will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is $246,059.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is 285.

A computation was completed based on full-time and part-time enrollment.

Each student that were enrolled either full-time or part-time on March 13, 2020 and were eligible for Federal grants and/or Loans (Title IV Funding) were consider in the distribution of these grant funds.  Students enrolled full-time will receive a one-time payment of $943.10.  Students enrolled part-time will receive a one-time payment of $557.92.

Ancilla College is delighted that we can provide our students and their families with this financial assistance during this challenging time.

Friday, May 22, 2020

Ancilla College has signed and returned to the Department of Education the Certification and Agreement for the disbursements of Higher Education Relief Funds under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act).  Ancilla intends to use, no less than 50 percent of the funds received under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act to provide Emergency Financial Aid Grants to students. 

Ancilla College has received its allotment of $492,118 during the week of May 11-15, 2020.  The total allotment will be disbursed to an estimated 285 eligible students in the form of a check.  These checks will be mailed to the student’s permanent address on file.

The total amount of Emergency Financial Aid Grants distributed to students under Section 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is $246,059.

The total number of students who have received an Emergency Financial Aid Grant to students under 18004(a)(1) of the CARES Act at the time of this submission is 285.

A computation was completed based on full-time and part-time enrollment.

Each student that were enrolled either full-time or part-time on March 13, 2020 and were eligible for Federal grants and/or Loans (Title IV Funding) were consider in the distribution of these grant funds.  Students enrolled full-time will receive a one-time payment of $943.10.  Students enrolled part-time will receive a one-time payment of $557.92.

Ancilla College is delighted that we can provide our students and their families with this financial assistance during this challenging time.

Tuesday, May 5, 2020

The COVID-19 Task Force met this morning, a group of 10 directors who have particular responsibilities in the College. We are educating ourselves as to the most cutting edge information relative to the College opening its doors for in-person learning fall 2020. While we have plenty of models and protocols for review, Ancilla’s size and location have emerged as an advantage.

To be clear: Ancilla is open and has been actively delivering courses, and recruiting from home during the “stay at home” orders. Ancilla will continue to remain open. The decision pertains to in-person courses for fall 2020. While Ancilla is consistently working toward the goal of in-person classes for fall 2020 with the final decision to be made by June 1, 2020. As all are aware, the research on this virus changes almost daily. We all await news of a vaccine or proven treatments, tracking technology, and access to testing. The timeline of June 1 provides us with at least three more weeks of information. We will make the final decision based on best practices rooted in the most current research.

Ancilla is open (OK, soon), alive and so looking forward to an exciting fall 2020!

This update has information on:

  • Refunds & Credits
  • Registration & Enrollment
  • Academics
  • Summer Sessions
  • Residence Halls
  • Athletics
  • Graduation

Click here to view the full update.

FAQ:

These Frequently Asked Questions will be updated periodically. 

Since news of a novel (new) coronavirus emanating from China became widely known in January, Ancilla College’s emergency preparedness teams have monitored this evolving global health concern. The following are frequently asked questions (FAQs) of the College, followed by FAQs from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

How do I register for classes?

Registration can be processed by phone at 574-936-8898 ext. 377 or email inge.kirk@ancilla.edu to get started.

Can I still visit Ancilla’s campus?

The campus is open to scheduled visits. Please contact the admissions office at admissions@ancilla.edu or call 575-936-9989 ext. 330 to schedule a campus visit.

We also have a virtual tour available at www.ancilla.edu/explore/.

Will Ancilla College hold in-person classes in the fall 2020 term?

Fall classes will begin August 24, 2020 for in-person and online learning. COVID-19 protocols are established and will be followed for daily self-testing, face-coverings, social distancing, and sanitation.

Has Ancilla College made any changes to class schedules or attendance policies?

Class formats will include in-person, online, and hybrid formats. Many technology options can facilitate conducting a class, learning, and/or College business. Contact your department chair or director for options.

What is the COVID-19 protocol for residence hall move-in?

Students with assigned dorm rooms for the Fall 2020 semester will receive a letter with move-in instructions and a COVID-19 check list prior to moving in. We have safety features set in place:

  • As a preventative measure, checking in with the AncillaHealth app will be required.
  • Individuals entering into the dorms must wear a mask.
  • A maximum of two people may accompany the student in the dorms to help with move-in.
What do I need to do to get ready for remote online learning?

Review the following guides:

Will there be student activities during the fall 2020 return to campus?

Yes! There will be a wide variety of student activities both indoors and outside. Student activities will honor COVID-19 protocols and involve managed size limits.

If I feel anxious or concerned are there resources to assist me?

If you are experiencing feelings of stress or anxiety about these events, please contact Campus Ministry. Sister Marybeth Martin (marybeth.martin@ancilla.edu) or Dr. Nate Crawford (nathan.crawford@ancilla.edu).

Please visit our Campus Ministry blog at www.ancilla.edu/campusministry.

Resources are also available at:
https://www.ancilla.edu/student-services-and-support/

What if a student residing on campus tests positive for COVID-19?

Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 will have the option to relocate to a special isolation section on campus or return home for the time needed to recover.

What will be the method for student orientation for fall 2020?

Student orientation will primarily be conducted virtually. Some in-person activities will be required such as obtaining student ID cards and books. 

Returning To Campus Requirements

Additional Information:

    Can I still visit Ancilla’s campus?

    • The campus is open to scheduled visits. Please contact the admissions office to schedule a campus visit.
    • We have a virtual tour of campus that is available and can be found at www.ancilla.edu/explore/
    • Contact the Admissions Office to schedule a Skype or FaceTime event. The Admissions Office can be reached at admissions@ancilla.edu or call 575-936-9989 ext. 330.

    How do I register for classes?

    • Registration can be processed by phone or email.
    • Contact the Registration Office. Inge Kirk can be reached at inge.kirk@ancilla.edu or call 574-936-8898 ext. 377

    Can I still make my enrollment deposit?
    Yes, currently we are accepting enrollment deposits, they can be made online at www.ancilla.edu/enrollment-deposit/

    Do I still need to take a college placement, how do I complete this process?
    Prior to the COVID-19 event, we asked you to visit Ancilla College and take a College Placement Test. This test is designed to place you in the correct Math or English classes. Due to our current situation we are unable to host the placement assessment. The assessment has prevented you from registering for the Fall of 2020.

    As of Tuesday, March 31, we have opened enrollment and registration for the Fall of 2020. Instructions and frequently asked question regarding how to complete your enrollment and registration are listed below.

    Will I still be required to take an assessment? Yes, when available we will resume the assessment process on campus and we will have online assessments available.

    How will I know when testing is available? A member of the Admissions or Academic team will contact you by email or phone.

    Why is the assessment (CPT) required? College Placement Testing is designed to place you in the appropriate level of Math and/or English classes. Appropriate college level placement will help you achieve academic success.

      Will Ancilla College hold in-person classes in the fall 2020 term?

      Fall classes will begin August 24, 2020 for in-person and online learning. COVID-19 protocols are established and will be followed for daily self-testing, face-coverings, social distancing, and sanitation.

      Will Ancilla College hold in-person classes in the fall 2020 term?

      Fall classes will begin August 24, 2020 for in-person and online learning. COVID-19 protocols are established and will be followed for daily self-testing, face-coverings, social distancing, and sanitation.

      Has Ancilla College made any changes to class schedules or attendance policies?
      Class formats will include in-person, online, and hybrid formats.

      What technology exists to allow the Ancilla College community to learn, teach, or work remotely?
      Ancilla College and the Office of Information Technologies (OIT) have long provided services that enable Ancilla College students, faculty, and co-workers to learn, teach, and work anywhere in the world. Many technology options can facilitate conducting a class, learning, and/or College business. Contact your department chair or director for options.

      What do I need to do to get ready for remote online learning?
      Review the following guides:

      Is the College open?
      The college is open and fully operational. Classes are scheduled to begin August 24, 2020.

      Staff members are encouraged to conduct virtual meetings whenever possible.

      What is the COVID-19 protocol for residence hall move-in?

      Students with assigned dorm rooms for the Fall 2020 semester will receive a letter with move-in instructions and a COVID-19 check list prior to moving in. We have safety features set in place:

      • As a preventative measure, an electronic temperature check will be conducted before entrance into the dorms. Temperature tests equal to or greater than 100 degrees F will not be admitted.
      • Individuals entering into the dorms must wear a mask.
      • A maximum of two people may accompany the student in the dorms to help with move-in.

      How do I get IT support?
      Contact John.Linback@ancilla.edu with any specific areas of concern.

      What plans are in place if the outbreak continues for an extended period of time?
      Ancilla College is following the guidance of the CDC and local and state health department officials. Ancilla has established a wellness office and an electronic trace and track system based on daily check-ins by students, staff, and faculty.

      If I feel anxious and concerned about the coronavirus, are there resources to assist me?
      If you are experiencing feelings of stress or anxiety about these events, please contact Campus Ministry. Sister Marybeth Martin (marybeth.martin@ancilla.edu) or Dr. Nate Crawford (nathan.crawford@ancilla.edu).

      Please visit our Campus Ministry blog at www.ancilla.edu/campusministry.

      What if I have concerns about working on campus?
      As always please share your questions and concerns with your supervisor regarding your work schedule. We encourage managers to work to resolve any issues. If you have specific concerns that prevent you from performing work on campus contact HR Consultant for further direction.

      Will Ancilla College hold in-person classes in the fall 2020 term?

      Fall classes will begin August 24, 2020 for in-person and online learning. COVID-19 protocols are established and will be followed for daily self-testing, face-coverings, social distancing, and sanitation.

       

      What is the COVID-19 protocol for residence hall move-in?

      Students with assigned dorm rooms for the Fall 2020 semester will receive a letter with move-in instructions and a COVID-19 check list prior to moving in. We have safety features set in place:

      • As a preventative measure, an electronic temperature check will be conducted before entrance into the dorms. Temperature tests equal to or greater than 100 degrees F will not be admitted.
      • Individuals entering into the dorms must wear a mask.
      • A maximum of two people may accompany the student in the dorms to help with move-in.

      What mental health or pastoral support services are available to students?
      The College Campus Ministry will remain available for care during regular business hours. Please contact Campus Ministry: Sister Marybeth Martin (marybeth.martin@ancilla.edu) or Dr. Nate Crawford (nathan.crawford@ancilla.edu). Please remember that students who are exhibiting medical symptoms of COVID-19 should call their family doctor.

      What if a health care provider determines a student residing on campus needs to be tested for COVID-19?
      If a health care provider determines that a test for COVID-19 is necessary for a student residing on campus, the student will follow quarantine or isolation protocols depending on the test results.

      What if a student residing on campus tests positive for COVID-19?
      Any student who tests positive for COVID-19 will have the option to relocate to a special isolation section on campus or return home for the time needed to recover.

      Will there be student activities during the fall 2020 return to campus?
      Yes! There will be a wide variety of student activities both indoors and outside. Student activities will honor COVID-19 protocols and involve managed size limits.

      What will be the method for student orientation for fall 2020?
      Student orientation will primarily be conducted virtually. Some in-person activities will be required such as obtaining student ID cards and books. 

      Are large events being held?
      Gatherings of any size will ensure that social distancing and other protocol measures are observed.

      Will there be student activities during the fall 2020 return to campus?
      Yes! There will be a wide variety of student activities both indoors and outside. Student activities will honor COVID-19 protocols and involve managed size limits.

      In June, Ancilla College Athletic Director, Brian Pearison, announced that we are continuing with our sport season, and WE ARE. However, due to changes by the NJCAA this week, the following adjustments go into effect for the 2020/2021 academic year.

      Click here to view the details

      Where can faculty and staff direct questions and find resources?
      Please contact your immediate supervisor about questions you may have. There is a hotline phone number and email to refer students and parents to with questions.

      Wellness Office: Extension 775 or 574•935•1775 or ACSupport@ancilla.edu

      The town-hall meeting held on June 16, 2020  is an addtional resource.

      What if I have concerns about returning to campus to work?
      Please contact your immediate supervisor with any questions or concerns you may have.  

      FINANCIAL SUPPORT

      A Message from the President:

      Ancilla College will receive funds under the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) to distribute to students in the form of emergency financial aid grants. We will be issuing checks and mailing them to the permanent addresses on each student’s Empower Account. In order to receive the check timely, please make sure your current address in on file. We are working out the details and will notify students of their allocation and when to expect the funds as soon as these details are finalized. Please understand, these funds must be used appropriately and accurately, so we’re taking time to ensure all federal rules will be followed. Check our website and your school email accounts frequently in the coming weeks for more information.

      What is the CARES Act?
      The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) is federal legislation that provides a variety of financial support to individuals and businesses affected by the COVID-19 (novel coronavirus) pandemic. One part of this federal program allocates money to Colleges and Universities, and a portion of that allocation must be awarded to students who are experiencing financial expenses because of the campus disruption in operations due to the coronavirus. Who

      Who is eligible?
      Students who were enrolled on March 13, 2020, in degree program and are eligible to receive Federal or Title IV Financial Aid may receive assistance from funds provided through the CARES Act. You must have a 2019-2020 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) on file. If you do not, you are still able to submit a 2019-2020 FAFSA. The Federal FAFSA deadline is midnight on June 30, 2020.

      How do I receive the funds?
      Paper checks will be mailed to the permanent address on your Student Empower account. Please confirm that your current address is on file. An incorrect address could cause a significant delay in receiving the funds.

      Does this funding reduce my financial aid?
      No, eligible students may receive both financial aid and CARES Act funding for both the 2019-2020 and the 2020-2021 academic years.

      Do I have to repay the money I get from the CARES Act Grant?
      No. These fund does not need to be repaid.

      I am an international student and not a citizen of the United States. Am I eligible for the CARES Act?
      No. Because you are not able to apply for Federal Title IV Financial Aid, you are not eligible.

      How much funding will I get?
      Award amounts vary by student and are unique to each student.

      Additional Question?

       Contact our Wellness Office: Extension 775 or 574•935•1775 or AncillaHealth@ancilla.edu

      AncillaHealth

      The AncillaHealth (AH) app provides a method to check-in on the wellness of all coming to campus, the ability to quickly respond to potential issues, and the power to minimize exposure to the COVID-19 virus. All who visit campus are asked to participate in the AncillaHealth screening process. Employees and students can download the AH app for daily use or use the weblink. Campus visitors complete a paper form upon entry.

      (Click here to find out how to get started!)

      I misunderstood the questions and received a red screen.

      If you received a red screen in error, simply call the wellness office and let them know.  They will clear the red flag and you should be able to use the AH app again with 2-3 hours.

      I am not feeling well.

      Contact the Wellness Office.  If it is an emergency, call 911. 

      I have several symptoms for COVID-19 – should I get tested?

      By contacting the Wellness Office first, you can receive assistance for testing, including a rapid test with same day results.

      I have a sore throat and a fever, I think I am ok to go to practice or class.

      Contacting the Wellness Office immediately instead of going to practice or class will prevent potential exposure to others, and the need for your teammates or classmates to quarantine.

      I called the Wellness Office and no one answered.

      Please leave a message – your call will be returned.  If you are not feeling well, avoid contact with others.  If it is an emergency, call 911.

      My team has to quarantine – how long will this last?

      Quarantine, based on the CDC guidelines, can be up to 14 days.  If test results come back negative, and there are no symptoms, quarantine will be lifted; you and your instructors will be notified.

      I’ve been quarantined and live in the dorms. Can I go home?

      You can either quarantine in your dorm room or at home.  Please consider your situation carefully:  would you be potentially exposing your family?  If the quarantine is lifted with a day or two, is it worth going home?  Whatever your decision, notify the Wellness Office and the Director of Residence Halls so you can be contacted.

      I am not feeling well, can I just quarantine myself?

      Avoiding others when you are not feeling well is a good decision; contacting the Wellness Office is also important.  They can assist you, including notifying your instructors of excused absences and help determine if additional resources would be of benefit.  Without the contact to the Wellness Office, your instructors will not be notified and your absences may not be considered excused.

      I heard that someone in my class has COVID-19. How will I know who?

      Privacy laws strictly prevent the sharing of protected health information, including names and health circumstances.  You will be notified if it has been determined that there has been potential exposure and what actions are needed.

      How do I contact the Wellness Office?

      Phone:  574-935-1775

      Email:  AncillaHealth@ancilla.edu


      OUR MISSION


      Ancilla College is a liberal arts institution of higher learning sponsored by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ and is part of The Center at Donaldson. The college’s religious tradition is Roman Catholic; its climate, ecumenical. In a caring environment, Ancilla serves a diverse population, as we transform and empower students to achieve high academic goals, lifelong learning, successful careers and values-centered lives.



      ABOUT ANCILLA


      Ancilla College, founded in 1937, is a private, Catholic, not-for-profit, two-year college offering over two dozen associate degree programs. Students from 12 states and 15 countries live and learn at Ancilla.


      P.O. Box 1, 9601 Union Road, Donaldson, IN, 46513.


      Call toll-free: 1.866.ANCILLA (866) 262-4552 or (574) 936-8898.


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