I am currently a freshman at Thomas More College- pursuing to get most of my general education classes accomplished in my first year. During my senior year of high school, I was able to earn 24 credit hours through dual-enrollment courses to Northern Kentucky University and through Advanced Placement courses. The classes here- although just general education courses- are certainly more involving and time-consuming. They involve little day-to-day assignments and homework (in other words, a definite step up from your high school course load), but a great deal of outside study time. You truly must engage yourself in every subject...
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Thomas More is a small, private, Catholic college that provides many possibilities for their students. The professors there are incredibly helpful and truly care about the students. The student housing life is small, but pleasant, and many students commute.» Read More
I've been attending Thomas More's TAP program since August 2010. I feel like the curriculum best fits my schedule, out of all of the schools I researched before enrolling. I think that this adult program is set up for success.» Read More
I rate Thomas More College at the very top. Thomas More offers endless opportunities for success with professors who truly care about each students' progress. This school will prepare students for anything life may throw at them.» Read More