Collegium Sanctorum Angelorum

Faithful

FIDELITY
The Challenge
Because of the budget model on which they are built, most Catholic colleges have been forced to
expand enrollment to the point that they cannot attract a large enough body of students who want
an education in an institution that is fully committed to Catholic teaching and practice. Thus, they
must soften or compromise their mission as Catholic institutions in order to maintain the needed
numbers of students.
The Solution
Keep the college small enough that it can maintain an environment – faculty, staff, students,
curriculum, and activities – fully committed to the magisterium of the Church. Maximum
enrollment at 120 students (one section of students for each of four years).

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