Admission to the onsite Seminary Formation at St. John Vianney College Seminary begins through contact with an applicant's local vocation director for their corresponding diocese. (To find out which is your corresponding diocese, click here.) St. John Vianney only accepts seminarians once they have secured acceptance by a diocese or religious community. St. John Vianney offers the following two tracks of study, depending upon the applicant's prior collegiate education: Collegiate and Pre-Theology.
In order to estimate the Onsite Seminary Formation tuition costs, please see the following chart:
|2020-2021 School Year
|2020-2021 School Year
|Tuition and Fees:||$23,100||$23,100|
|Room and Board:||$12,100||$12,100|
|New Student Experience:||$2,000||N/A|
St. John Vianney College Seminary offers an M.A. in Philosophy Online, M.A. in Theology Online and custom Online Programs and Courses. For information in regards to Admissions and Tution for these programs, please contact the Online Coordinator at: firstname.lastname@example.org
St. John Vianney College Seminary offers various Online Certificate Courses. For information in regards to Admissions and Tuition for these courses, please visit the Online Certificate Course Page or contact the Online Coordinator at: email@example.com.
Admission to St. John Vianney College Seminary New Language Programs begins through contacting the seminary office. St. John Vianney College Seminary offers the following four New Language Programs: English as a Second Language, Spanish as a Second Language, Accent Reduction Program, Spanish Immersion Program.
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