College Senior 2013-10-15T22:19:26Z
Being primarily a seminary, Holy Apostles has no official sports teams. All sporting activities are student initiated and more or less informal. These include soccer, ultimate frisbee, bocce, and volleyball. Athletics play a very small role here.
College Senior 2013-10-15T22:14:55Z
Holy Apostles currently has no on-campus housing for non-seminarians and non-religious. Given that it is located in a small town of about 11,000 people, it is not easy to find decent housing. There are few very small complexes within walking distance, and larger complexes about 10 minutes away.
College Senior 2013-10-15T22:10:48Z
Holy Apostles strength is in its theology and philosophy offerings, some of which are taught by nationally renowned experts in their field. The math and science offerings are very weak, sometimes feeling more like a high school course.
College Senior 2013-10-15T22:07:05Z
The great thing about Holy Apostles is that it is one of the lowest cost private colleges in New England. It is possible to graduate with little to no debt. I did receive financial aid during my first semester, and the process was quick and easy.
College Senior 2013-10-15T22:00:26Z
Parking at Holy Apostles is free and easy. There are two lots for commuter students, both within easy walking distance of campus. One tends to fill up by mid-day, but the other generally always has several open spaces.
College Senior 2013-05-29T15:05:40Z
Holy Apostles is a small school with a small campus, therefore, campus transportation is not necessary. There is a bus line that makes stops close to campus and transports people to Cromwell and nearby Middletown. Carpooling among students is common, and can be easily arranged. The school also assists students in finding rides to Bradley International Airport.
College Senior 2013-05-29T14:52:55Z
Holy Apostles College & Seminary is nestled in a quiet neighborhood in the small town of Cromwell, CT. The immediate atmosphere of the neighborhood creates a peaceful surrounding that distinguishes Holy Apostles from other colleges located in busy cities.
The town itself, given its small size, has few attractions, although there is a state park within walking distance of the campus. Plenty of opportunities are afforded by Cromwell's proximity to the cities of Hartford and New Haven. The ocean is only thirty minutes away, whereas New York City can be reached in two hours. The historic Mystic Seaport and Aquarium, the Hartford Symphony, and several beaches are among the attractions within reasonable driving distance from Holy Apostles.
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