In June 2022 Christendom Graduate School moved from its home of some thirty years in Alexandria, Virginia, into St. Martha’s Hall on the main campus of Christendom College in Front Royal, Virginia. St. Martha’s Hall contains the school’s academic and administrative offices, an integrated online classroom, and a small portion of the School’s St. Paul Library. The remainder of the library’s catalogue is available on request at the College’s St. John the Evangelist library. Plans for a new school building are in the works.
Classes take place in the classroom at St. Martha’s Hall or in one of the classrooms in St. John the Evangelist library. Students are welcome to come and study at St. Martha’s: aside from seating inside, there is a deck, a patio with a swing, and a fire pit.
Students who attend in person or visit can enjoy the views of the Appalachian Mountains surrounding the campus. Shenandoah National Park and its famous Skyline Drive are close by with countless sightseeing and hiking opportunities. The campus is adjacent to the Shenandoah River, where students can kayak peacefully against the river’s gentle current. Mass is offered twice a day on most days, and students can immerse themselves in a Christ-centered culture that gives the College its name.