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About Albertus Magnus College
Nearly 25 student clubs and organizations as part of Student Government Association and Campus Activities Board; multicultural student union, intramural sports, dance team, creative writing opportunities; Campus Center with House of Bollstadt pub, Common Ground CyberLounge, DeDominicis dining hall; MacDonough Art Gallery; Athletic Center with swimming pool, racquetball, weight and cardio room, gymnasium; outdoor tennis courts, running track, fields for soccer and softball; ACT 2 Theatre; campus ministry; Writing Center; Academic Development Center; honors program; library with nearly 88,000 volumes and access to thousands of media titles and print and electronic journals; annual Research Symposium; extensive community service opportunities.
New Haven, Connecticut: a cosmopolitan cultural center of nearly 130,000; located halfway between New York City and Boston, with seven area colleges and universities hosting approximately 16,000 students; award-winning professional theatres, renowned art galleries and museums; beautiful, 50-acre, garden-like Albertus campus in the distinguished Prospect Hill neighborhood.
As part of the first-year living experience, new students joining the College are housed together in Dominican Hall. Dominican Hall is our more typical high-rise housing option. Our new students will reside on the first three floors. The first floor and second floor are single gender living areas while the third floor is co-ed by wing. The fourth floor is a co-ed upperclassmen living option.
As student continue their residential experience at Albertus Magnus, our mansion residence halls become a housing option. They are: Siena Hall, Sansbury Hall, Nilan Hall and McAuliffe Hall. These expansive mansions built by 19th-century New Haven business leaders are now part of the 50-acre Albertus Magnus campus and are exclusively residence halls.
- New Student Maintenance Deposit: $350 (refunded upon satisfactory inspection and settlement of obligations at graduation or withdrawal)
- Annual Room and Board while classes are in session
All residence halls and the College dining hall are closed during Thanksgiving, Christmas and Spring vacations when classes are not in session.
Courses available 10Accounting and Finance 1 Applied and Pure Sciences 2 Business and Management 4 Computer Science and IT 2 Law 1 Mass Communication & Media 1
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