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Spiritual Formation The Formation Program through seminary life at St. Mark’s might best be described as both a place and a process for men to explore the possibility that Christ might be inviting them to make a lifelong commitment to priesthood. This decision cannot be made alone. It is the decision of the individual but it is also the decision of the Church. The individual comes together with others who understand and share in that search in a directed way called the Formation Program. Information/Application Inquiries for additional information and/or to apply for seminary status may be directed to:

Rector, St. Mark Seminary P.O. Box 10397 Erie, Pennsylvania 16514-0397 Day Phone: (814) 824-1200 Evening: (814) 824-1201

Vocation Director P.O. Box 10397 Erie, Pennsylvania 16514-0397 Day Phone: (814) 824-1202

LEARNING ABROAD Gannon students have the opportunity to study abroad during the fall, spring, or summer semesters, or take short-term faculty-led travel courses for academic credit. Gannon has established tuition exchange partnerships with the following universities: • American University of Madaba (Jordan) • American University of Rome (Italy) • Australian Catholic University (Australia) • Hochschule Esslingen University of Applied Science (Germany) • Hochschule Osnabrück University of Applied Sciences (Germany) • Maria Curie-Sklodowska University (Poland) (MBA students only) • Mary Immaculate College (Ireland) • Osnabrück University (Germany) • Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso (Chile) • St. Edmund Hall University of Oxford (England) • Université Catholique de Lille (France) For those students accepted into these programs, tuition will be paid to Gannon; any university aid awarded to students will apply even though the student is studying abroad for the semester; all state and federal funding, as well as student loans, can be used toward tuition, room, board and fee expenses. Students who meet the minimum GPA requirement of 3.0 are eligible to apply for an additional Learning Abroad Scholarship. Students have the opportunity to enroll in GIFT (Gannon: Inspired Faculty-led Travel) Courses and travel with faculty members while earning credits that fulfill Liberal Studies Core requirements as well as major and minor requirements and electives. Courses Offered on a rotating basis in the GIFT Program include: • Global Project Management in Sweden* • Nursing in India* • Occupational Therapy in Ecuador • Fine Arts in France • Archaeological Excavation in Jordan* • Tropical Marine Biology in the Bahamas* • Catholic Social Teaching Immersion in Florida • Leadership Seminar in Thailand* • The Art of Film in Paris • Spanish for Medical Professionals in Puerto Rico* • Climate Change in Iceland*

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Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019  

Gannon Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019