The Society of Jesus (Jesuits) has made inestimable contributions to the development of Catholic education in the United States. This article provides a historical overview of one venerable Jesuit institution, Saint Peter’s College in New Jersey, the only Jesuit-operated institution of higher learning in the state. Special attention is given to the Ratio Studiorum and to other details of the delivery of Jesuit education circa 1900.
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Delozier, A. (2000). Jesuit Higher Education in New Jersey, 1899-1900: Saint Peter’s College. Journal of Catholic Education, 3 (4). Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/ce/vol3/iss4/7