Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts

Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts is a small, residential, Catholic liberal arts college founded in 1973, as part of a wave of renewal in American Catholic higher education. Over the last seven years, the College has transformed its approach to student life, expanded its Great Books curriculum to include five majors and a fine-arts concentration, and enhanced its career and discernment programs for students. Students come from across the United States and other countries, and 100 percent are Catholic. 

Magdalen College rests on the 3,500-foot Mount Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire, a quaint town of 2,800 residents in the Lakes Region. But students are also just 90 minutes from Boston, with numerous educational, cultural, and social opportunities.

Magdalen College is fully accredited by The New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE, formerly NEASC).

Oct 02, 2020
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts invites applications and nominations for the position of President .  The College is seeking a leader that will work tirelessly and self-sacrificially in service to the college’s radical vision for Catholic liberal arts education, while calling others to do the same. The College Magdalen College is a small, residential, Catholic liberal arts college founded in 1973, as part of a wave of renewal in American Catholic higher education.  The College rests on the 3,500-foot Mount Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire, a town of 2,800 residents in the Lakes Region, just 30 minutes from Concord, NH, and 90 minutes from Boston. The College’s curriculum includes five majors and integrates the study of the Great Books with the classical liberal arts and fine arts.  To its student body of under 100 undergraduates, Magdalen College offers the opportunity to pursue wisdom in a spirit of friendship, animated by a communion of faith.  For more...
Magdalen College of the Liberal Arts New Hampshire, USA Full time