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Ancilla College, near Donaldson, Indiana, is a two-year private liberal arts college that admits both men and women students. Ancilla College was originally founded by the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ in 1937 as an extension of DePaul University for the training of 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 grants associate degrees in multiple programs, from which Ancilla graduates may easily transfer to a four-year college or university, especially via the transfer agreements that Ancilla College has with 14 Indiana colleges and universities. The Latin word ancilla means "slave girl," a reference to the college's sponsor, The Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ.
Ancilla Domini College, in Donaldson, Ind., was organized and sponsored by the Congregation of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ, is a two-year, liberal arts college. It was established in 1937 under the accreditation of the Indiana State Board of Education. Prior to that year Ancilla functioned as an extension of DePaul University of Chicago under a charter granted to the Poor Handmaids in 1925.
Originally Ancilla provided higher education for prospective members of the Poor Handmaids of Jesus Christ. With the needed expansion of college facilities in 1966, the College broadened its liberal arts curriculum and admitted students from the surrounding geographical area, awarding an associate degree for the first time in 1967.
The Ancilla College is a Private university located in Donaldson.
The Ancilla College was founded in 1937.
The current president of Ancilla College is Kenneth Zircle.
According to verified online sources, the Ancilla College enrolls a total of 400 students.
According to the main website, the Ancilla College has a total student population of 400 undergraduate students.