The Pontifical University Antonianum (Latin: Pontificia Universitas Antonianum, Italian: Pontificia Università Antonianum), also the Pontifical University of St. Anthony or simply The Antonianum, is a Franciscan university founded in honour of Anthony of Padua in Rome. It is located in the Rione Esquiline, a block north of the Basilica of St John Lateran, at Via Merulana 124, near the intersection of Via Labicana/Viale Manzoni and Via Merulana.
The University has four faculties and a number of associated institutes, which run approximately 180 courses per year:
Faculty of Theology
Faculty of Biblical Sciences
Faculty of Canon Law
Faculty of Philosophy
The University also includes the Franciscan Institute of Spirituality, operated by the Order of Friars Minor.