The Collegium is located in downtown Hagerstown, MD. We are proud to be part of the revitalization of this historic town, adding our efforts to a recent renovation and expansion of the Maryland Theater, the opening of the Barbara Ingram School for the Arts, and the University of Maryland Hagerstown Campus.
Hagerstown is in the "neck" of Maryland, in the foothills of Western Maryland. It is 75 miles from Baltimore and 75 miles from Washington DC, at the intersection of I-70 and I-81 - easily accessible from anywhere in the country and within a short drive to major historic sites and artistic events in Baltimore and Washington. Hagerstown is located in Washinton County, which is home, or close, to five national parks:
The Collegium operates in four facilities within a 3-block range on W. Washington St., the main east-west street downtown Hagerstown.
Mass, the Divine Office, the Rosary and adoration before the Blessed Sacrament occur at St. Mary's Church, 270 W. Washington St.
Housing is in the historic Hamilton Hotel at 90-98 W. Washington St.
Classes are held in the University of Maryland Hagerstown Campus at 32 W. Washington St.
Dining and the Collegium Office are in the ballroom of the Grand Piano Building at 20 W. Washington St.