The history of Holy Apostles College and Seminary begins centuries before the college was created. The land on which the college sits also is the site of the oldest home in Cromwell, the Ranney House, built by one of Cromwell’s founding families. This home, now known as St. James Hall, became famous as the starting point for the amazing adventures of a subsequent owner, Capt. John Riley.
As a Newman Guide Recommeded College, Holy Apostles College and Seminary takes pride in providing a top quality, affordable education. Today, flexibility and affordability are of utmost importance when it comes to education. As a result, Holy Apostles College and Seminary has built its programs with those needs in mind. Providing both On Campus and 100% Online programs and keeping our tuition affordable for all. These opportunities make degree completion possible!In addition to our wonderful degree programs, Holy Apostles College and Seminary offers Graduate and Post-Master’s certificate programs to further enrich a person’s career or personal interests.
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The mission of the Holy Apostles College and Seminary Library is to support the academic and formation programs of our college and seminary. The Library is also committed to providing access to information resources that promote lifelong learning.
Located in Cromwell, Connecticut, just 20 minutes south of Hartford and 10 minutes north of Middletown. The campus includes 40 acres of beautiful land along the Connecticut River and is easily accessible by public transportation.
Holy Apostles College and Seminary is accredited by the Commission on Institutions of Higher Education of the New England Association of Schools and Colleges, Inc.