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St. Jerome's University

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St. Jerome's University, commonly shortened to St. Jerome's or SJU, is a public Roman Catholic university in Waterloo, Ontario. It is federated with the University of Waterloo. St. Jerome's, within the University of Waterloo, combines academics and a residence. Students may both reside at and take classes through St. Jerome's, live at SJU in residence but take classes elsewhere, or live in another residence but take classes at St. Jerome's. History Nineteenth century Reverend Dr. Louis Funcken and his brother, Friar Eugene Funcken – both Fathers of the Resurrectionist Congregation – founded St. Jerome's College in 1865. Originally a log cabin school house on Erb's Road in St. Agatha, the school moved to Duke Street in Berlin in 1867. The building was rebuilt and renovated several times, in 1881, 1889, 1907 and 1958. The school is the oldest post-secondary institution in the community. Originally founded to serve German Roman Catholics in Waterloo County, the school
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