Matteo Ricci College is a close-knit, vibrant community committed to academic excellence and to making every student as successful as possible. Our small classes ensure collaboration between students and professors and deepen students' understanding of their studies. Each of the three degrees is built on the humanities curriculum, a solid foundation for future studies that is rooted in 450 years of Jesuit tradition.
Each degree promotes the discovery of the self and the world through critical thinking, reading, writing, and practical experience.
Many of our students earn a second major or even another degree in a field of their choice. They also go on to various graduate studies including law, medicine, business and teaching.
Alumni and friends are invited to attend a gathering celebrating the establishment of the Fr. John F. Foster, S.J. Endowed Scholarship!
The event will be held on Wednesday, May 22 from 5 PM to 7 PM at FX McRory's. There will be Happy Hour appetizers and a no-host bar. Please RSVP by May 16 to firstname.lastname@example.org or 206-296-6391.
Prof. Carol Kelly and students in the “New York and the Arts” class stop at the Brooklyn Bridge after their seminar at New York City’s Department of Cultural Affairs.
Bachelor of Arts in Humanities for Teaching student Adriana Jackson tutors at a local elementary school.
Professional cartoonist Prof. Greg Stump illustrates the Matteo Ricci College degrees.