See below for the complete list of our college webinar series, and the recordings of those that are already completed!

October 16th – Thomas Aquinas College, CA, 1 pm PT


Thomas Aquinas College is unique among American colleges and universities. In place of textbooks, students study the Great Books of Western civilization — the works that have shaped the course of history and guided the development of the major disciplines (mathematics, science, language, literature, philosophy, and theology). Seeking truth, our students engage in this four-year pursuit, attempting to answer the enduring questions raised by the authors of these great works, not in vast lecture halls, but in vigorous classroom discussions of 15-18 students. The works studied are arranged so as to build upon one another, forming a comprehensive and integrated whole.

October 23rd – Thomas Aquinas College, MA, 1 pm PT


While the TAC California and TAC Massachusetts campuses are in two different locations, the curriculum, method, and goals remain the same. The Massachusetts campus is located in the rolling hills of Northfield, near the Connecticut River, boasting four seasons and a classic east coast collegiate setting.

October 30th – Benedictine College, KS, 1 pm PT


Benedictine College, located on the bluffs of the Missouri River in Atchison, Kansas, has been named one of America’s best colleges by the U.S. News & World Report as well as one of the top Catholic colleges in the nation by First Things magazine and the Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College. Founded in 1858, its mission is to educate men and women within a community of faith and scholarship. We invite you to learn why record numbers of homeschooled students are pursuing over 50 majors, including nursing, architecture, and engineering, on our beautiful, faithful campus.

November 6th – Wyoming Catholic College, WY, 1 pm PT


Wyoming Catholic College forms students through a rigorous immersion in the primary sources of the classical liberal arts tradition, the grandeur of the mountain wilderness, and the spiritual heritage of the Catholic Church. Grounded in real experience and thoughtful reflection, our graduates love truth, think clearly, and communicate eloquently, engaging with the world as it is.

November 13th – University of Dallas, TX, 11 am PT


University of Dallas is a private, Catholic, liberal arts university founded in 1956. Known for academic rigor and its signature Core Curriculum, UD is one of only 16 Catholic universities in the nation to earn a Phi Beta Kappa chapter. In its short history, UD has produced 39 Fulbright Scholars. University of Dallas has locations in both Irving, Texas and the countryside of Rome, Italy, where most students will spend a semester studying abroad during their sophomore year. UD is dedicated to the pursuit of wisdom, truth, and virtue as education's proper and primary ends. The atmosphere at UD is dedicated to the well-being of the entire person, producing graduates well-equipped to become independent thinkers in the world.

November 20th – Ave Maria University, FL, 11 am PT

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Ave Maria University is a Catholic, liberal arts institution of higher learning devoted to Mary the Mother of God, inspired by St. John Paul II and St. Teresa of Calcutta, and dedicated to the formation of joyful, intentional followers of Jesus Christ through Word and Sacrament, scholarship and service. The University is known for its exceptional academics, faithfulness to the magisterium of the Catholic Church, dedicated faculty and caring staff, and a unique educational philosophy that strives to develop the whole person.

December 4th – Franciscan University, OH, 1 pm PT

Franciscan University provides an abundance of opportunities for both academic and spiritual growth, and the spirit of St. Francis is at the core of both. Sixteen Franciscan friars serve students through spiritual direction, teaching, chaplaincy, or providing Sacramental needs. The University offers majors in mostly typical liberal arts fields, as well as three religious-oriented majors in humanities and Catholic culture, catechetics, and theology. It boasts the largest number of students majoring in theology and catechetics of any Catholic university in the United States, and so too the largest number of students majoring in philosophy.

December 11th – Christendom College, VA, 11 am PT

Christendom College was founded in response to the cultural revolution of the twentieth century that continues to take its toll on the world and on Catholic higher education. Through a time-tested, rigorous Catholic liberal arts education, coupled with a vibrant immersive Catholic culture, Christendom students learn the Truth, live the Faith, and thrive as Catholics. Working in every field possible, Christendom alumni are having a deep impact on society and the culture as confident, articulate, believing Roman Catholics – giving witness to the Truth and restoring all things in Chri