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Importance of Religion

dnk24dnk24 Registered User Posts: 20 New Member
edited September 2009 in Saint Joseph's University
On a scale of 1 to 10 on how important and noticable religion is at the school, one being not at all and ten being a BYU, how would SJU rank?
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Replies to: Importance of Religion

  • SJUAdmissionsSJUAdmissions College Rep Posts: 56 Junior Member
    This is probably the most difficult question to answer. If you asked this question to ten different people on campus I imagine you'd receive ten different answers. SJU wouldn't score a 1 on your scale since it is a Jesuit school and all students are required to take theology courses. Jesuits live and work on campus, including in the classroom, so they are a presence in many facets of SJU. In my experience as both a student and employee, I found there to be a consistent emphasis on the Jesuit values of morality and giving back to the world. I'm curious to hear how others would respond to this question.
  • CollegehelllpCollegehelllp Registered User Posts: 434 Member
    A 2 if you don't want to be involved.
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