College Makes Cardinal Newman Society’s “Recommended Colleges” List For 2019-2020
On July 10th, the Cardinal Newman Society released its annual edition of the “Newman Guide to Catholic Colleges,” a guide designed to help young students and their families identify faithful Catholic colleges. Friends and supporters looking through the online edition of the guide will be pleased to notice that the College is included once again. And while this comes as no surprise—Wyoming Catholic has been a member since the very first edition—the College’s administration is keenly aware of what the Guide’s stamp of approval signifies.
“We’re honored and pleased to be included in the Newman Guide for another year,” said Dr. Glenn Arbery, the College’s president. “The Guide’s mission of identifying Catholic colleges and universities with a sincere commitment to ‘faithful Catholic education’ is an important one, and it highlights something we here in Lander consider absolutely vital to our program. Everything we do is influenced by our Catholicity and having the Cardinal Newman Society and their Guide recognize that we are accomplishing this goal is very important to us.”
The Guide’s “Bottom Line” on Wyoming Catholic says it all: “With its outdoor leadership and equestrian component, its unique immersion Latin program, its four-year double-focus on humanities and sacred theology, and its strong emphasis on written and oral rhetoric, there’s no other Catholic college quite like it.”