Woodstock College

#2568
Most Influential School

Former Jesuit seminary in Maryland

About Woodstock College

According to Wikipedia, Woodstock College was a Jesuit seminary that existed from 1869 to 1974. It was the oldest Jesuit seminary in the United States. The school was located in Woodstock, Maryland, west of Baltimore, from its establishment until 1969, when it moved to New York City, where it operated in cooperation with the Union Theological Seminary and the Jewish Theological Seminary. The school closed in 1974. It was survived by the Woodstock Theological Center, an independent, nonprofit Catholic research institute located at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

What Is Woodstock College Known For?

Woodstock College is known for it's academic work in the following disciplines:

Woodstock College's Top Areas of Influence With Degrees Offered

Who Are Woodstock College's Most Influential Alumni?

Woodstock College's most influential alumni faculty include professors and professionals in the fields of Religious Studies, Philosophy, and Physics. Here are some of Woodstock College's most famous alumni:

Edward J. Hendrick
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John D. Early
An American anthropologist.
Francis X. Brady
An American Jesuit educator.
J. Charles Davey
An American Jesuit educator.
William J. Devlin
An American Jesuit and academic administrator.
John H. O'Rourke
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Samuel Cahill
Samuel Cahill
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David Hillhouse Buel
David Hillhouse Buel
An American Catholic priest and Episcopal minister.
Nicholas Russo
Nicholas Russo
An American priest and professor.
Joseph A. Canning
Joseph A. Canning
An American Jesuit missionary and educator.
Arthur A. O'Leary
Arthur A. O'Leary
An American Jesuit educator.
Lawrence C. Gorman
Lawrence C. Gorman
A 20th-century American Jesuit educator.