Albertus Magnus College is a four-year, private, liberal arts, co-educational college offering undergraduate and graduate programs. It was founded in 1925 by the Dominican Sisters of Peace. Albertus was the first Catholic, liberal arts, residential college for women in New England. It has been co-educational since 1985. Albertus offers more than 50 undergraduate majors, minors and concentrations and 11 graduate programs. The Dominican tradition is the driving force of all that makes Albertus Magnus College an excellent academic community in which to grow. Not only is the pursuit of Veritas, or truth, shown in the well-rounded, exploratory liberal arts curriculum that supports every major, but it is also noticeable in the everyday interactions between students and their peers, faculty and the surrounding New Haven community. Students at Albertus Magnus College are curious, and they are always seeking new ways to approach scholarly challenges and social issues alike in an attempt to grow as lifelong learners and successful members of their community. Thanks to its diverse student population, wide range of academic concentrations, and supportive, personally invested faculty members, the College is alive with a world of vibrancy and mutual respect.
The professors at Albertus go above and beyond what they do in the classroom; they are there for students in all aspects of their lives. I cannot imagine receiving the education I have thus far received at Albertus anywhere else.
Bachelor’s & certification
Department of Education and Teacher Preparation
Application Fee & Annual Tuition
In State Tuition
Out of State Tuition
Ways to Lower Your Costs
Students at Albertus Magnus College have reduced the cost of their program using these methods. Check with Albertus Magnus College to see if you can, too!
Grants, Stipends, Scholarships
Traditional undergraduate day students may be eligible for the a variety of financial assistance, including a combination of federal grants, state grants and scholarships, and institutional grants and scholarships based on need and merit.
Student Loans, Payroll Deduction
All Albertus Magnus students who borrow federal student loans have several repayment options, including but not limited to, graduated repayment plans, extended repayment plans, and income contingent repayment plans.
Albertus Magnus College has partnered with Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP), which can help certain students repay their educational loans after graduation.
Work Study, Working While Still Enrolled
Traditional undergraduate day students may qualify for either the Federal Work-Study (FWS) Program or the Community Federal Work-Study (CFWS) Program. Students are initially awarded $2,000 for FWS or $3,000 for CFWS.
For more information visit:Financial Aid Office
Biology, Grades 7-12
Business, Grades 7-12
Chemistry, Grades 7-12
English, Grades 7-12
English, Middle School, Grades 4-8
General Science, Grades 7-12
General Science, Middle School, Grades 4-8
History & Social Studies, Grades 7-12
History & Social Studies, Middle School, Grades 4-8
Mathematics, Grades 7-12
Mathematics, Middle School, Grades 4-8
Spanish, Grades 7-12
Program Semesters/Steps Overview
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