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Live Your Mission.
At Holy Apostles, you will experience an enriching Catholic liberal arts education. Committed to the mission to “cultivate Catholic leaders,” we meet the needs of our students through supportive faculty and accessible, on campus and 100% online programs. Holy Apostles believes that everyone should have the opportunity to receive a quality, affordable education no matter where they may be in the world.
Cultivating lay, consecrated and ordained missionary disciples
for the purpose of evangelization.
Choose Your Path.
Offering programs on campus and 100% online.
Discover the right program for your future career.
Strengthen your ministry or advance your career with our Graduate programs.
Expanding your skill set with a certificate or prepare for doctoral work.
In the Spotlight
Master of Arts in Theology – Bioethics Concentration
Earn Holy Apostles Graduate credits while studying at the National Catholic Bioethics Center! Study 100% online. Registration is underway for the next session!
Bachelor of Arts in Sacred Art
The Bachelor of Arts program in Sacred Art prepares students to evangelize the world through beauty that proclaims the glory and truth of the Lord. Study 100% online.
Lower Tuition than competing colleges
Affordable, Online Programs
Newman Guide Recommended College
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In the News
As we celebrate the life of our Blessed Mother Mary on this Solemnity of her Assumption into Eternal Life, let us ask her intercession as we celebrate the anniversary of the foundation of the The Society of the Missionaries of the Holy Apostles (MSA) by Rev. Eusebe...read more
It is with great pride that we share with you the news that Holy Apostles has been selected for the Cardinal Newman Guide to Choosing a Catholic College. Holy Apostles has been honored to have been selected each year for the Newman Guide since its establishment in...read more
#FunFactFriday: The Chapel where St. Joan of Arc prayed is located in Milwaukee, WI. Originally located in Chasse, France, the chapel was moved stone by stone to Long Island, New York, in 1927 at the request of Gertrude Hill Gavin. In 1962, Ms. Gavin sold her estate,...read more