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Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has enjoyed bringing seminars to high school students in high school classrooms, homeschool groups, and homes across the country. These are now available as live online seminars since it is difficult to meet face-to-face. Upcoming seminars: Wednesday, March 10 at 7:30pm Eastern “An Unexpected Adventure: How Learning Languages Changed...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts offers a Catholic Leadership Scholarship in recognition of the need for Catholic leaders to be well formed in philosophy, theology, literature, the fine arts and history. A Magdalen College education equips its students to lead the next generation in truth, hope and charity. Available only to students who complete...
In celebration of the seven hundredth anniversary of Dante Alighieri’s death in September 1321, Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has dedicated the 2020-2021 academic year to a commemoration of the poet and his masterwork, also completed in 1321. This yearlong celebration includes formal lectures by faculty and guests, student presentations, performances of scenes and...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts has begun a new, four-part video series. This series will feature a student or recent graduate of the college speaking of the impact that the college has had on his or her life. In the first video of the series, alumnus Sean Haefner ’19 invites you to ask yourself...
Magdalen College is delighted to announce two new podcast series that feature engaging conversations with faculty and friends of Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts about culture, books, teaching, and the Catholic life. The first series is comprehensive and includes all of our recorded conversations with members of the faculty, guests, and friends, including Anthony...
Magdalen College’s curriculum has been awarded a “Perfect A Rating” from the American Council of Trustees and Alumni (ACTA). This superlative rating places the college among only four Catholic institutions in the country and among a mere twenty-four of the over 1,100 colleges and universities evaluated in the nation. ACTA based its “A Rating” on...