Saint John Vianney College Seminary

Miami, FL
University Website: sjvcs.edu
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Saint John Vianney College Seminary is a Catholic institution, founded in 1959 by Archbishop Coleman Carroll, the first bishop of the Archdiocese of Miami. The goal of the institution is to form men for the diocesan priesthood by focusing on the pillars of formation: human, spiritual, pastoral, and academic. When the seminary first opened, the curriculum was for four years of high school and then two years of college. After graduation from St. John Vianney, the men were expected to enter a major seminary to continue their journey. In 1976, however, the school changed its format and it is now a four-year college program focusing on philosophy.

The Vincentian Fathers opened and ran the school, but in 1975 the Archdiocese of Miami assumed responsibility for the direction of the seminary. The seminary serves men of all the Catholic dioceses in the state of Florida, as well as other seminarians from various dioceses throughout the United States and the world. In accordance with the cultural makeup of Southern Florida, the seminary bills itself as bilingual, allowing seminarians the opportunity to interact, pray and socialize in both Spanish and English.

The present rector of the seminary is Very Rev. Roberto Garza, former Vocations Director for the Archdiocese of Miami. Father Garza was appointed to the position in June 2010 by Archbishop Thomas Wenski.

In 2010, there were 63 students enrolled.

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Fast Facts

  • Private not for profit, Four or more years
  • students
  • $17,000.00 avg tuition

2900 SW 87th Ave
Miami, FL 33165-3244
305(223) 456-1110

Apply online Admissions:
sjvcs.edu
Financial Aid:
sjvcs.edu

Areas of Study:

  • Philosophy And Religious Studies
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Saint John Vianney College Seminary

Statistics:
Applied 9
Admitted 9 100%
Enrolled total 7
Full Time: 7
Part Time 0
Standards:
Test 25th % 75th %
SAT EBRW 0 0
SAT Math 0 0
SAT Written (2006-2015) Optional 0 0
ACT Composite 0 0
ACT English 0 0
ACT Math 0 0
ACT Writing 0 0
Retention / Graduation:
Retention rate 67%
4-year graduation rate 40%
6-year graduation rate 40%
Application Deadlines:
Regular Application Deadline
Early Admission Deadline
Early Decision Deadline
Financial Aid Deadline
Student Response Deadline
Transfer Student Application Deadline
Requirements:
Open Admissions Policy No
Secondary School GPA Required
Secondary School Rank Neither required nor recommended
Secondary School Record Required
Formal Demonstration of Competencies Do not know
Admission Test Scores Recommended
TOEFL Neither required nor recommended
Other Tests Do not know
Credit:
AP Credits Yes
Dual Credit Yes
Credit for Life Experiences Yes

Saint John Vianney College Seminary

Tuition In-District In-State Out-Of-State
Avg Full-Time Undergraduate Tuition $17,000.00 $17,000.00 $17,000.00
Full-Time Undergraduate Required Fees $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Part-Time Undergraduate Cost Per Credit Hour $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Avg Full Time Graduate Tuition $17,000.00 $17,000.00 $17,000.00
Full Time Graduate Required Fees $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Part-Full Time Graduate Cost Per Credit Hour $0.00 $0.00 $0.00
Expenses On-Campus Off-Campus
(without family)
Off-Campus
(with family)
Room and Board $9,500.00 $0.00 $0.00
Other Expenses $4,000.00 $0.00 $0.00
Additional Fees
Undergraduate Application Fee $0.00
Graduate Application Fee $0.00
Books and Supplies $800.00
Financial Aid
Percent receiving aid 33%
Percent receiving grant aid 33%
Avg amount of grant aid $4,420.00
Percent receiving student loan aid 33%
Avg amount of student loan aid $19,875.00

Saint John Vianney College Seminary

Programs and majors Associate's Bachelor's Master's Doctorate
PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES
Philosophy X

Scholarships for Students in Florida

Name Amount Deadline
Airgas-Terry Jarvis Memorial Scholarship $2,500 February 15, 2017
Marian A. Smith Scholarship Award $2,000 January 21, 2017
Earl I. Anderson Scholarship $1,250 January 31, 2017
SETC Secondary School Scholarship $1,000 January 15, 2017
Polly Holliday Award $1,000 January 28, 2017
Marion Maccarrell Scott Scholarship Varies January 31, 2017
First Time College Student Scholarship Varies March 08, 2017
Community College Graduate Scholarship Varies March 08, 2017

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