A Place of Faith That Feels Like Home
At Donnelly College we understand the varied paths that lead students to our door. We respect the individuality of each and every student and are committed to helping all students become the best version of themselves. In our warm and caring campus community, faculty will know you by name. You’ll feel supported and grounded as you explore, discover, question and create. Donnelly takes a holistic approach to education by focusing not only on classroom instruction, but also on service learning and social and spiritual growth. At Donnelly you can speak your mind and live your faith in a Catholic college that encourages you to explore your own beliefs.
#1 - PROGRAMS
Donnelly offers a wide variety of programs to help you reach your academic and professional goals including:
- Bachelor’s Degrees in the fields of Business Leadership and Information Systems
- Associate Degrees designed to enter the workforce or prepare for futher academic study.
- Nursing Programs at the RN, LPN or CNA level.
- Reading and Writing Foundations
- Intensive English
#2 - DIVERSITY
Donnelly is named the Most Diverse College in the Midwest by U.S. News & World Report for the third year in a row.
#3 - SMALL CAMPUS EXPERIENCE
With an average class size of 11 students, you won't get lost in the crowd. Plus, personal attention from faculty, one-on-one advising, free tutoring and more are part of the Donnelly experience. Scroll down to see our new academic building coming in Fall 2020!
#4 - AFFORDABILITY & SCHOLARSHIPS
Most of our students recieve scholarships! Check out our scholarships.
ALL students pay the same tuition rate, regardless of where they live or where they were born. Learn more.
Most Donnelly programs are eligible for federal financial aid. FAFSA school code 001914
#5 - FAITH-BASED
Donnelly is a Catholic college open to all students from any faith tradition, or no tradition at all. Donnelly is a values-based institution where students Seek Truth, Build Community and Pursue Excellence. Learn more about what it means to attend a Catholic college.