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Aquinas College - Tennessee Stats, Info and Facts

Quick Facts

750 students

77% admitted

  • 290 full time
  • 460 part time
  • 54 men full time
  • 236 women full time
  • 73 applied
  • 56 admitted
  • 26 enrolled

727 Undergraduates

$19,200 tuition/year

  • 23 Non-Degree
  • $19,200 in state
  • $600 fees
  • $8,830 room & board
  • $1,168 books
  • (Based on stats from 2012/2013)

At a Glance

Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic
Institution Type: Private not-for-profit
Campus Setting: Southeast Large City
Highest Degree Offered: Master's degree
Level of Institution: Four or more years
Calendar: Semester
Reviews in 3 Sentences
  • Megan from Franklin, TN
  • 0
  • Aquinas is great for older student and non-traditional students. It is starting to get a much broader first-time student population as well. Aquinas is not well known but…

  • Apr-24-2013 Read More
  • Michelle from Lavergne, TN
  • 0
  • Attending Aquinas College has just been a blessing in my life. Learning is such a fulfilling experience but the best part is having a personal relationship with God and knowing…

  • Jun-02-2012 Read More
  • Stacie from Spring Hill, TN
  • 0
  • Relatively small, faith based, and committed to helping students accomplish their dreams. You will leave here and feel great about your educational experience.…

  • Jul-30-2012 Read More
Mission Statement

Aquinas College is a private Catholic institution of higher education. The College offers an academically challenging liberal arts and sciences curriculum.

The primary mission of Aquinas College is to provide an atomosphere of learning permeated with faith, directed to the intellectual, moral and professional formation of the human person. Aquinas seeks to foster intellectual achievement and personal growth in a socially and economically diverse population. The Christian principles and values they learn enrich students.

Faculty and staff seek to make students aware that a relationship exists between human culture and the message of salvation. Thus, the mission of Aquinas College is to bring this message of salvation to bear on ethical, social, political, religious and cultural issues.

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