- Graduate Theology Student Committee
The GTSC is an initiative of Villanova theology graduate students with a common interest to serve the needs of our student body by creating a community outside of the classroom and organizing academic, social, service, and worship opportunities.
- Campus Ministry
Campus Ministry provides a wide range of opportunities for involvement, for example, in liturgies, service, or retreats.
- Student Life
Student Life provides programs, activities, and services that advance the development of students on all levels—intellectually, emotionally, spiritually, culturally, socially, and physically—within a learning community committed to Catholic values and the spirit of St. Augustine.
- Dining Services
Dining Services offer a wide variety of meal plans for all students at Villanova University
We encourage our graduate students to conduct their own research and present their work at scholarly conferences. Competitive summer research fellowships are available. Students who plan to present their research at professional or scholarly conferences may apply for conference travel funding from the Dean of Graduate Studies. CONCEPT, Villanova's interdisciplinary journal of graduate studies, publishes graduate student research.
- Writing Center
The Villanova Writing Center provides one-to-one session with a qualified tutor for graduate students who wish to improve their writing. Please read also our departmental Graduate Level Writing Guidelines.
- Learning Support
Villanova provides academic ("study skills") counseling services (workshops on, e.g., self-management, self-motivation, time management, effective study methods) to all graduate students designed to help students achieve academic success.
Villanova University's Career Center supports the career development of our students and alumni by offering, among others,
- Career Fairs
- Tips and Guidelines (e.g., resume writing; networking; interviewing)
- Workshops (e.g., on resume writing; applying to graduate school; internships; interviewing; practice GRE, GMAT, LSAT, MCAT, and DAT tests)
- Credential Services (credentials are reference letters and other materials that support applications for employment or graduate study; establishing a credential file enables you to compile all of your resources in Career Services. Once this file is created your credentials can be presented in a concise, professional format).