Dear Parents and Prospective Students:
At Northeast Catholic College, we believe that a faithful, Catholic, liberal arts education can be the foundation for a rich life of faith, professional success, and human flourishing. We believe that the education we offer prepares our graduates to embody and communicate the divine gifts of truth, goodness, and beauty that will renew and transform our nation and the world.
But what makes Northeast Catholic College unique?
Fidelity, Great Books, Majors
We combine fidelity to the Magisterium with a rigorous Great Books core curriculum and majors in Theology, Politics, Philosophy, Literature, and the Great Books. Our curriculum draws its strength and coherence from the Catholic intellectual tradition as it has developed over two millennia and at the same time prepares our graduates—through their intellectual and spiritual formation—to lead and meet the needs of society and the Church of the twenty-first century.
Career Pathways Program
We educate and equip our students in the classroom and co-curricular activities but also prepare them, through our Career Pathways Program, to fulfill their vocations in their postgraduate lives. Through internships, pre-professional programs, mentors, professional seminars, resume and interview coaching, and special speakers, students are prepared to thrive professionally and vocationally as they carry out the mission that God has entrusted to them.
Our beautiful New England campus is located on 135 acres on Mount Kearsarge in Warner, New Hampshire. The campus has a splendid view of the Mink Hills, and students enjoy all the beauty that nature offers in New England—including opportunities for hiking and skiing—as well as the rich cultural opportunities of the region. Boston is ninety minutes south, Concord thirty minutes south, and Hanover (the home of Dartmouth College) is forty-five minutes north. All of this gives students the chance to experience and enjoy the full range of natural and cultural riches of the region.
At Northeast Catholic College we cultivate a collegiate culture rooted in the truth of the human person: we are created in the image of God and called to communion with him. He has given us good gifts in nature and he calls us to a life of discipleship in which these gifts—if we put them at his service—will be multiplied beyond our imagining. This culture is animated by prayer and liturgy as well as the fidelity of our faculty and staff.
The education we offer at the College is not for the faint of heart: the journey to freedom—intellectual and spiritual freedom—is arduous. But no one at the College undertakes this journey alone. The students, the faculty, and the larger community of the College support one another within and outside the classroom, seeking to become fully human and fully free.
We invite you to join us.
George Harne, Ph.D.