Academic Catalog

The fundamental purpose of St. John Vianney College Seminary is to provide undergraduate education and formation for those students whose stated objective is to discern a call to serve the Catholic Church as priests. The institution assumes, as its specific responsibility, the academic, spiritual, pastoral, and human formation of college seminarians within a bilingual (English-Spanish) and multicultural setting. The college seminary is also committed to provide academic opportunities for laity and others who may be enriched by its services. 

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2016 - 2019

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2016 - 2019 Academic Catalog Addendum

Please read this important information concerning the 2016-2019 Academic Catalog.

Attendance Addendum

Veteran’s Attendance Policy

Early departures, class cuts, tardies, etc for any portion of a class period will be counted a 1 absence.

Students are allowed a maximum of 3 absences a semester which would be a 7.5% a semester.  Per calendar month any student exceeding a 1.87% of total absences will be terminated from their VA benefits for unsatisfactory attendance.

In order to show that the cause of unsatisfactory attendance has been removed, students must show good attendance for one calendar month after being terminated for unsatisfactory attendance.  After such a time, the student may be re-certified for VA education benefits.
The student’s attendance record will be retained in the veteran’s file for USDVA and SAA audit purposes.

Standards of Academic Progress for VA Students

Students receiving VA educational benefits must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.0 each semester will be placed on academic probation for a maximum of two consecutive terms of enrollment.  If the VA student’s CGPA is still below a 2.0 at the end of the second consecutive term of probation, the students’s VA educational benefits will be terminated.
A VA student terminated from VA educational benefits due to unsatisfactory progress may petition the school to be re-certified after attaining a CGPA of 2.0

Veteran’s Credit for Previous Education Training

Students must report all education and training.  The school must evaluate and grant credit, if appropriate, with the training time shortened, the tuition reduced proportionately, and the VA and student notified.