Ancilla College

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Ancilla College
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TypePrivate junior college
Active1937–2021
Religious affiliation
Roman Catholic (Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ)
Academic staff
69
Students400
Undergraduates400
Location, ,
United States

41°20′15″N 86°26′45″W / 41.3376°N 86.4459°W / 41.3376; -86.4459Coordinates: 41°20′15″N 86°26′45″W / 41.3376°N 86.4459°W / 41.3376; -86.4459
CampusRural: 63 acres
Colors   
royal blue and gold
Websitewww.ancilla.edu

Ancilla College was a private Roman Catholic junior college near Donaldson, Indiana. It was founded by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in 1937 as an extension of DePaul University for the training of Catholic novices and candidates of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. In 1966 the college started admitting the public as a private liberal arts community college. Ancilla College focuses on serving the seven surrounding counties of Indiana. Ancilla College granted associate degrees in multiple programs and had transfer agreements with 14 Indiana colleges and universities. The Latin word ancilla means "handmaid or servant," a reference to the college's sponsor, The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.

In 2021 Ancilla College was merged into Marian University, a fellow Catholic institution based in Indianapolis, Indiana.[1]

Athletics

The Ancilla Chargers compete in the MCCAA and the NJCAA. Their soccer, volleyball, baseball and softball games are broadcast by the Regional Radio Sports Network.

Crucification (Stations of the Cross) inside the Main Chapel

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