Located at diocesan pastoral center, St. Bernard’s extension site in Albany affords the students in that area enviable opportunities. Blessed by visionary and energetic leadership, the Diocese of Albany is in the forefront of supporting advanced theological and ministerial formation and in-service enrichment for all persons called to ministry.
St. Bernard’s at Albany is in cooperative stance with the colleges of the Capital area. The educational support provided by Siena College, Loudonville, and the College of Saint Rose, Albany, enrich the course offerings in the St. Bernard’s program. The services and institutions of the Diocese broaden the matrix for ministry preparation. Indeed, the ample resources for research and field education in the capital area make the Albany site an ideal place for candidates who wish to serve Church and community in a challenging setting.
Built in 2003, the beautiful facility in Rochester serves as the primary campus location for St. Bernard’s School of Theology & Ministry. Most classes that are offered through St. Bernard’s take place at this location. The Rochester location is also home to the majority of administrative offices.
Students in the Syracuse area can take St. Bernard’s graduate courses in the Diocese of Syracuse. All classes are held at Le Moyne College. Founded by the Society of Jesus in 1946, Le Moyne is home to 2,800 undergraduate students and 600 graduate students in addition to those taking classes through St. Bernard’s.