Benedictine University is an inclusive academic community dedicated to teaching and learning, scholarship and service, truth and justice, as inspired by the Catholic intellectual tradition, the social teaching of the Church, and the principles of wisdom in the Rule of St. Benedict.
Benedictine University aspires to be a thought leader in Catholic higher education. We seek to provide a transformative and integrative educational experience grounded in Benedictine values, helping students shape lives of meaning and purpose as engaged citizens who care for the earth, welcome people of diverse faiths and cultures, and promote the common good.
Chat with a faculty member for your major. Get a financial aid assessment tailored to your needs. Meet other students. Check out beautiful downtown Mesa.
Every Friday, we make time to meet with students like you who are preparing for their college experience. Schedule your visit today and find out more about what makes BenU Mesa a place where you can grow as a person while you prepare to lead in your career.
What to expect during your visit:
A campus tour given by one of our current students
The opportunity to meet the faculty and Student Life staff who help to make the BenU Mesa experience unique
An individual meeting with your Admissions Counselor to discuss your goals and plans, including:
Your college major and developing your future career
Financial aid and scholarships available to you
Student activities and athletics to pursue your interests
Study Skills Workshop: Study Smarter - Preparing for your tests
Date: February 27
12:30 PM - 1:15 PM
Location: Goodwin 213
Event Sponsor: Academic & Career Enrichment Center (ACE)
How many times have you studied for hours only to draw a blank when the test was in front of you? Use these tools and strategies in preparation for your next test and see how your study habits can be improved.
Dr. Christina Rivers is an associate professor of political science at DePaul University, and the director of the university's Center for Black Diaspora. Her teaching and research interests include African-American politics and political thought, civil and voting rights law, and the implications of mass incarceration on the political rights and representation of African Americans. She has published a book on these topics and currently works with inmates at Stateville Correctional Center in Illinois on education and public policy.