Veritas In Academia

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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What does VIA mean?

A: Veritas In Academia (VIA for short), comes from Latin, meaning: Truth in the Academy. VIA is an acronym. It is also Latin, it means: The way, which refers to Christ being the way.

Jesus said to him, "I am the Way and the Truth and the Life. No one comes to the Father except through me. (NAB John 14:6)
Q: Who needs a VIA Family membership?

A: Regardless of whether one student is taking one workshop, or four children are going to take full class loads both semesters of a school year, the family needs to apply for and pay for an annual membership.

The membership must be renewed once a year regardless of how many classes/semesters your family will be participating in.

Q: Does my family need to be a VIA member in order to participate in events?

A: Yes. All VIA event participants must belong to a current VIA member family. Students do not need to actively be taking a class, only the family registration fee and form must be up to date for the year.