At John Carroll, you are connected to the world in many ways. Students become part of the larger worldwide network of Jesuit universities: a network of colleges, universities, and secondary schools in over 37 nations. Our 450-year-old Jesuit education tradition has educated students around the world.

One of the Jesuit philosophies embraced at John Carroll is “Cura Personalis,” the care for the entire person. John Carroll believes in educating you as a whole person: mind, body, and spirit, and ensuring that all aspects of your education help you to become a well-rounded, well-educated person. You will gain depth of knowledge in your chosen field of study and breadth of knowledge across an exciting liberal arts curriculum. You will learn inside the classroom, and you will be challenged to see how your gifts and talents can be used to help others and make a difference outside of the classroom. All of this occurs in a close-knit community with faculty and staff on our campus that teach small classes, care about your development, and are here to make sure you succeed.

Beyond teaching faith, the Jesuit tradition is one that challenges students to acquire an expansive knowledge through a curriculum that emphasizes the study of language, literature, poetry, and philosophy as well as the sciences and the arts. Today, Jesuit colleges and universities are located in over 100 nations around the world.

To see what Jesuit institutions are in your country, visit the Association of Jesuit Colleges and Universities website.