What is Jesuit education known for?


Jesuit education entails caring for the whole person — mind, body and spirit — and encouraging students to become well­rounded people who contribute to the greater good.

Inspired by the Jesuit practice of  “finding God in all things,” students take a broad range of study, which is grounded in the theological and philosophical foundations of the Catholic intellectual tradition. 

Then there’s the idea of “the magis” (more), which leads to excellence in all pursuits. This ties into the Jesuit legacy of academic rigor, which requires students to go deeper, think critically and solve problems creatively for the glory of God and the service of humanity.

Finally, Jesuit education prepares students to become “men and women for and with others,” to make the world a better place by seeking justice and serving the most vulnerable among us.