Holy Apostles is a private, Catholic college located in Cromwell, Connecticut in the Hartford Area. It is a small institution with an enrollment of 64 undergraduate students. The Holy Apostles acceptance rate is 100%. Popular majors include Philosophy, Religious Studies, and Liberal Arts and Humanities. Holy Apostles graduates 60% of its students.
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The classes are challenging, but there is help if you need it. The curriculum and teachings have been completely in line with the Magisterium of the Catholic Church! All the professors are clearly experts in their fields and leaders for students!
I am set to graduate with my Associates of Arts from Holy Apostles, one year after graduating high school. Through partnership with Angelicum Academy, I was able to take college classes my senior year of high school. Since I am an online student, I don't know what campus is like. However, the online classes have challenged me and I feel prepared to continue next year as an on-campus student, wherever I decide to go. I highly recommend this program to high-school students, a Liberal Arts degree will prepare you well for continued education as well as any job.
I found the content of the courses to be excellent and rigorous. As an online student I would like a more efficient way to communicate regularly with professors.