|President||Rev. Benedict O'Cinnsealaigh|
|Year of establishment||1829|
|Address||6616 Beechmont Avenue Cincinnati, OH 45230|
Athenaeum of Ohio
The Athenaeum of Ohio – Mount St. Mary's Seminary of the West, originally St. Francis Xavier Seminary, is the third-oldest Roman Catholic seminary in the United States and is currently located at 6616 Beechmont Avenue in the Cincinnati, Ohio neighborhood of Mt. Washington, in the former Saint Gregory Seminary buildings. It was established by Bishop Edward D. Fenwick, the first Bishop of Cincinnati in 1829 along with The Athenaeum (later Xavier University and St. Xavier High School), which opened in 1831, in downtown Cincinnati.
The Athenaeum of Ohio, the center for ecclesial formation sponsored by the Archdiocese of Cincinnati, forms men and women to faithfully follow Christ and serve His mission by fulfilling their vocations in the Church.
The Athenaeum of Ohio is a Private university located in Cincinnati.
The Athenaeum of Ohio was founded in 1829.
The current president of Athenaeum of Ohio is Rev. Benedict O'Cinnsealaigh.
According to verified online sources, the Athenaeum of Ohio enrolls a total of 450 students.
According to the main website, the Athenaeum of Ohio has a total student population of 225 undergraduate students and 225 graduate students.