Newman School of Catholic Studies

The Newman University School of Catholic Studies provides students authentic and transformational opportunities to grow in their faith during their collegiate journey. Catholic Identity is the first of four core values at Newman, and our rich Catholic heritage is distinctively shaped by the influence both of our founders and sponsors, the Adorers of the Blood of Christ, and of our namesake, Catholic theologian and educator St. John Henry Newman.

The School of Catholic Studies houses theology, diaconate and pastoral ministry programs for undergraduate and graduate students and also includes formation programs for seminarians in the dioceses of Wichita, Kansas and Little Rock, Arkansas.

Undergraduate Programs

Graduate Programs